How to Watch Star Wars on Disney Plus

Disney Plus is a platform that gives all devoted Star Wars devoted fans the chance to introduce their favorite movie series to their children.

If you’re new to the Disney Plus platform and you’re wondering where to find the Star Wars saga, we’ve got you covered. Read on to find out how to navigate Disney Plus to see all movies from the famous Star Wars franchise and the different sequences you can choose to watch the series.

How to Find Star Wars in Disney Plus App

If you can’t wait to go back to a galaxy far, far away and want to watch the Star Wars saga again, here are the steps to do it:

  1. Open your Disney Plus app.
  2. Once you’re on the home screen, you’ll see a section with a Star Wars logo. When you select it, you’ll have access to all Star Wars movies.

If you haven’t been successful in locating the movies, you can try this:

  1. Next to the home button, you’ll see a search icon. Select it.
  2. Type the name of any Star Wars movie such as “The Empire Strikes Back” (even the number of the film in the series such as “Star Wars Episode 5” will work), and you’ll see it on your screen.
  3. Tap “Play.”

How to Download a Movie on Disney Plus?

Should you want to download a Star Wars movie from Disney Plus, here’s how to do it:

  1. Next to the “Play” button, you’ll see a download icon.
  2. If you want to download one of the Episodes, tap on the icon. This way, you can watch any Star Wars movies whenever you want.

Which Star Wars Movies Are on Disney Plus?

The short answer is: All of them. For fans who wonder whether their favorite Star Wars movie is on the platform, the answer is affirmative. The line-up, featuring all 11 movies, the animated series and The Mandalorian series, is available on Disney Plus. Even the latest (and last) film in the saga, “The Rise of Skywalker,” is now on the platform.

Here’s a list of all the Star Wars movies you can find on Disney Plus:

  1. The Original Trilogy – Episodes IV, V, and VI
  2. The Prequel Trilogy – Episodes I, II, and III
  3. The Sequel Trilogy – Episodes VII, VIII, and IX
  4. The Auxiliary Films – Rogue One and Solo

Watching All the Movies in the Right Order

One of the biggest ongoing debates for any Star Wars fan is the best way to watch all Star Wars movies. If you’re a long-time fan or you’ve just discovered Star Wars series, you’ll likely encounter this debate eventually, and here are some general guidelines you can follow.

Because of its complicated history and specific storytelling method, there are several possible ways of watching Star Wars movies that allow you to approach the storyline from different angles.

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Chronological Order

For people who recently discovered or started learning more about the Star Wars world, this might be the most straightforward approach. The films were not originally released in chronological order, but if you want to watch it that way, the order is as follows:

  • Episodes I-III
  • Solo: A Star Wars Story
  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
  • Episodes IV-IX

If you watch it this way, you may see some spoilers in the first three episodes that might affect how you enjoy the rest of the series. But it might also spark your interest in watching the movies again, but in a different sequence such as:

The Skywalker Saga Order

This order is not only for fans, but everyone who wants to have a better understanding of a world where the Jedi Order and the Sith confront each other. It’s the preferred way to watch the movies if you want to follow the story of Luke Skywalker:

  • Episode IV: A New Hope
  • Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  • Episodes I-III
  • Solo: A Star Wars Story
  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
  • Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  • Episodes VII-IX

By beginning with the first movie that was released, and following that with Episode IV and V, then moving to Episodes I, II, and III, you’ll follow the Luke Skywalker story arc to its spectacular and chronological end with Episode IX.

Star Wars Documentaries on Disney

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Assuming that you’ve spent some time watching the movies, you’ll enjoy finding out more about how George Lucas developed the original script, how the famous actors came to the set, and how the films profoundly influenced the industry.

In a documentary called “Empire of Dreams: The Story of The Star Wars Trilogy,” you’ll see how the first trilogy revolutionized movie production. It covers the development of the first three movies, the creative processes, and the production, with many new and unseen clips and trivia.

Another documentary that will expand your knowledge of the movies is “Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge: Adventure Awaits,” a special where famous Star Wars fans explore the behind-the-scenes events of some of the newest Star Wars movies. If you want to know more about who designed and imagined these new worlds, you can see that and a lot more in this 90-minute special.

May the Force Be with You

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Isn’t the world of Star Wars exciting? If you agree, then Disney Plus is the right place for you and your family. Having all the movies and documentaries in one place can help you start a new movie marathon tradition and rediscover everything about the series you might have missed.

Even if you’ve seen “The Rise of Skywalker” already, it’s always fun to watch it at home. Now that you know where and how to watch George Lucas’s famous movies, all it takes is one click to transport you there.

What’s your favorite movie from the Star Wars series? Let us know in the comment section below.

One thought on “How to Watch Star Wars on Disney Plus”

max says:
Since Disney endorse BLM communism by denouncing capitalism I now watch their media without paying them as I don’t want to tempt them into hypocrisy

thanks, Disney, for all the free shows!

As soon as disney renounces communism publicly I will resume a financial relationship

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