There’s no way to escape Baby Yoda references these days, so knowing how to watch The Mandalorian online and on TV might be on your mind right now. Fortunately, it’s easy to catch up before The Mandalorian season 2 kicks off later this year. More specifically, all you need is a Disney Plus sign-up regardless of where you are in the world.
That’s because the series is exclusive to Disney’s streaming service. Short of a DVD or Blu-ray release, your options are Disney Plus or… well, nothing. Luckily, it’s not all that expensive; subscriptions are pretty reasonable in price, and there’s always the seven-day Disney Plus free trial if you’re wondering how to watch The Mandalorian on a budget.
Basically, it’s good value – especially because The Mandalorian isn’t the only show on Disney Plus set in a galaxy far, far away. For example, here’s how to watch Star Wars: The Clone Wars online. And if you get tired of lightsabers or bounty-hunting? Every episode of The Simpsons is squirrelled away there too. You can also watch Frozen 2 if you’re in the US, Canada, or Australia.
Convinced? We’ve got all the info you need on grabbing a Disney Plus membership below, not to mention links to the cheapest offers.
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Watch The Mandalorian online – US
Disney Plus | $6.99 per month
Want to watch The Mandalorian? It’s only on Disney Plus. In fact, you won’t find Star Wars anywhere else at the moment.
Don’t worry, though – this deal is the cheapest way to get it. A standard month is just $6.99 for hundreds of hours of movies, TV shows, documentaries, and more, so you’re getting good value for money.
Want to make your cash go even further? There’s currently a bundle that gets you Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $12.99 per month. That’s our favorite offer so far, and comfortably the best Disney Plus bundle we’ve seen to date.
Watch The Mandalorian online – Canada
Disney Plus | $9.99 per month
Want to watch The Mandalorian? Good news – it’s as easy as signing up to Disney Plus. The series is available in its entirety there, so you can binge it right now and get set for season two.
There’s plenty of other shows to enjoy once you’re done with Mando, too. The Clone Wars has returned for a final season, for example.
And then there are the movies. Toy Story? Check. The Lion King? Check. Basically, you’re not going to run out of things to watch any time soon.
Watch The Mandalorian online – UK
Disney Plus | £5.99 per month
For any UK readers wanting to watch The Mandalorian and see what all the fuss is about, this deal is how to do it. You can either pay £5.99 monthly or £59.99 for a full year if you’d prefer. Either one gets you loads of other shows, movies, and documentaries as well.
However, be aware that episodes of The Mandalorian are available week by week. Despite season one having been fully broadcast over in the US, the UK is only getting one episode at a time. That means you’ll need to wait six weeks for the entirety of season one to appear.
Still, at least that gives you plenty of time to dig in to everything else on the service. Pixar flicks and Marvel movies, anyone? Yes please.
Watch The Mandalorian online – Australia
Disney Plus | $8.99 per month
Hunting down The Mandalorian in Australia? As with every other part of the world, you’ll find it on Disney Plus – easy. Just grab a membership or free trial and you can watch season one in its entirety, because all of it has already been broadcast there.
Not that it’s the only reason to invest. You’ll also get the likes of Frozen 2, The Simpsons, Avengers, and more. The service is jam-packed with content.
More is on the way, too. An Obi-Wan show is in the works, as is a Loki series with Tom Hiddleston.
Watch The Mandalorian online everywhere else
Watch Disney Plus in your area
If you have Disney Plus in you region, you’ll find The Mandalorian there – it’s available wherever Disney Plus is, including Germany and Italy, not to mention other parts of Europe.
Unable to sign up? Although release dates for the rest of the world are staggered, you won’t have long to wait if your area doesn’t have Disney Plus yet. Disney has promised a rollout in most areas within the next year or so. In other words, you’ll be getting your fill of Baby Yoda – as well as everything else the service has to offer – in no time.