Do you know how to identify a real fanatic of starwars? Well, it will be a person who can watch all the productions, over and over again, without getting bored. Luckily for this legion, nowadays it is possible to see practically all the series and movies of starwars online. Where? We tell you!
Note: These recommendations apply only to those who live in the United States. International availability will vary depending on the region where you are located.
Streaming via subscription
The Disney Plus platform was launched in November 2019 and has become the exclusive streaming service for all content related to starwars.
The three complete trilogies—which include the rise of skywalker from May 4, 2020—can be found on the Disney Streaming Center along with the spin-off movies rogue one Y Han Solo: A Star Wars Story, as well as specials and documentaries of the saga. Basically, it’s a one stop shop for fans of starwars.
The library of titles starwars on Disney Plus it is also complete on the television side. popular animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels Y Star Wars: Resistance are available in their entirety on the service, as well as some lesser-known programs.
Disney also has several new action series available or in development for Disney Plus, including the first season of The Mandalorian and the next shows based on Obi-Wan Kenobi and the rebel spy Cassian Andor from rogue one.
If you are a cable or satellite customer, there is another option to watch the animated series Star Wars Resistance Y Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventures. Head over to Disney’s XD page, sign in with your cable or satellite provider (assuming you’re paying for a package with the XD channel), and you’ll be able to watch some — but not all — episodes of both shows.
If you’re a big fan of the franchise, buying the movies digitally isn’t a bad idea, especially if you’re going to watch them every year before the new films are released. Although sites like iTunes and Amazon rent hundreds of titles, movies from starwars are conspicuous by their absencerogue one can be rented in some places).
Disney Movies Anywhere allows users to watch any Disney movie they have purchased online, regardless of where they have purchased it.
Amazon is the first place most buy items online and is also a good choice for fans of starwars. Each of the nine films is available for digital purchase.
HD price ranges from $15 to $20, depending on the movie and version you want (additional content, etc.). If you don’t own any of the movies, Amazon also offers aHD Episodes I-VI for $100.
You can also buy the animated series, both The clone Wars What Rebelson Amazon for $3 per episode, season (prices vary), or rent the three most recent movies for $3-$6.
The YouTube movies section also offers all the official content of starwars to buy and rent some movies from Star Wars. Unfortunately, you can only rent the Episodes VII, VIII and Rogue One, for a price between $4 and $6 dollars. Just like on Amazon, prices range from $15 to $20.
If you want to see RebelsYouTube is a good place to do it: the entire series is available for purchase, either by season or by episode.
High definition is a bit more expensive, unsurprisingly. The clone Wars is here too.
Like Amazon and YouTube, Google has all nine movies to buy, in HD, and all of them cost between $15 and $20, as well as the option to rent. Rogue One, The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi.
The four seasons of Rebels they’re here too: each episode is $3 and you can buy full seasons if you prefer. The same also applies for The clone Wars Y Endurance.
Like the previous options, you can buy all the movies from iTunes, as well as the animated series The clone Wars Y Rebels, or you can rent one of the three newest movies. However, not all content is available in standard definition.
As you’ve probably figured out by now, most of the options here are pretty similar – it just depends on which ecosystem you prefer. The microsoft store it’s actually a bit more limited: none of the animated series are available here, though all nine movies are priced similarly to the aforementioned options. Microsoft also has a six-movie bundle, Episodes I through VI, for $90 ($30 less than buying them separately).