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- Disney Plus offers access to every Star Wars movie from the original trilogy through “The Rise of Skywalker” in 4K.
- The service is also home to new exclusive Star Wars shows, such as “The Mandalorian,” the final season of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” and the upcoming “Lego Star Wars Holiday Special.”
- More original series, like a show focused on Obi-Wan Kenobi and an animated series called “The Bad Batch,” are also in the works for Disney Plus.
- Yearly subscriptions to Disney Plus are $69.99 a year and month to month subscriptions are $6.99 a month.
- For more detailed Disney Plus impressions, check out our full Disney Plus review.
The Disney Plus streaming service is home to a large selection of movies and TV shows from all of the studio’s major brands, including the Star Wars franchise.
Every Star Wars movie, starting with 1977’s “A New Hope” and concluding with 2019’s “The Rise of Skywalker,” is available to watch right now on Disney Plus. New original Star Wars shows are also available to stream, and more exclusive series are already in development.
If you’re a Star Wars fan looking for your favorite title to watch, we’ve broken down all the basics you need to know about streaming Star Wars on Disney Plus, including a full rundown of available movies and shows.
Updated on 9/3/2020 by Kevin Webb: Added details about season two of ‘The Mandalorian,” premiering on October 30.
What is Disney Plus and how much does it cost?
Disney Plus is Disney’s new streaming service with two types of plans. An annual subscription costs $69.99 a year while a monthly subscription costs $6.99 a month (which comes out to $83.88 for a year). You can also sign up for a bundle with ESPN+ and Hulu for $12.99 a month.
Here is a full breakdown of the prices.
What Star Wars movies and shows can I stream on Disney Plus?
Disney Plus features every major Star Wars movie released so far. This includes all of the episodic entries in the franchise, from “A New Hope” through “The Rise of Skywalker.” All of the movies are available in 4K HDR with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos on supported devices.
HDR enables the best video performance when viewed on compatible TVs, allowing you to watch the films with expanded contrast and colors. Dolby Atmos, meanwhile, adds overhead audio effects when playing the movies on a Dolby Atmos speaker system.
In addition to the movies, Disney Plus offers access to several Star Wars shows, including the new original series “The Mandalorian.” The service is also home to several animated Star Wars shows, like “The Clone Wars” and “Rebels”.
What other Star Wars titles are coming to Disney Plus?
Several new Star Wars shows are also in the works for Disney Plus. Upcoming series include an as yet-to-be-titled show focused on Obi-Wan Kenobi, a series focused on the character of Cassian Andor from “Rogue One,” and a new animated show titled “Star Wars: The Bad Batch.”
The second season of the Disney Plus original series “The Mandalorian” will launch on October 30 and will feature the return of Boba Fett, the bounty hunter and original Mandalorian character introduced in “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.” Temuera Morrison, who played Jango Fett in “Star Wars: Episode II,” will reportedly return as Boba in “The Mandalorian,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Rosario Dawson will reportedly take on the role of Ahsoka Tahno, a Jedi Knight and the protagonist of the 3D animated “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” series. The seventh and final season of “The Clone Wars” premiered on Disney Plus earlier this year.
Between all of the currently available Star Wars titles and all of the upcoming Star Wars shows, there is a ton to stream. With that in mind, we’ve listed every single Star Wars movie and show announced for Disney Plus so far.