The Halo TV series was a huge hit for Paramount +, which described it as a “global hit” in its most recent financial report. According to reports, the series’ positive results resulted in a rise in subscriptions, which reached 40 million in the most recent fiscal quarter.
According to the data provided, increased by 6.8 million subscribers, which is a very good result given the slowdown of other video streaming services like Netflix, which lost 200,000 subscribers during the same time period.
The Halo TV series, according to Paramount, was among the best in terms of streaming performance. As a result, Paramount +’s revenue increased by 148% to $585 million in the fourth quarter.
It’s worth noting that, as analyst Benji-Sales points out, the Halo series isn’t the only one to be a hit among Paramount +’s films. Star Trek: Picard and 1883 both performed admirably. In short, one successful series after another is helping the service gain traction.