Walt Disney has reported another jump in sign-ups for its streaming services, escaping the slowdown that hit arch rival Netflix.
More than 9 million people subscribed to the firm's online video platforms in the first three months of the year, most of them to its flagship Disney+.
The parks business also boomed, extending a rebound from the pandemic.
Disney's performance was under scrutiny after Netflix reported a fall in subscribers last month.
Netflix, an early pioneer in streaming, has been having a harder time signing up new members, as it tries to build from an already massive 220 million base and more competitors enter the industry.
But analysts had worried that its troubles might be more widespread and signal a wider slowdown in consumer demand for streaming.