Although Star Warsempez being a saga of interesting films about fights and galaxies, today it has become almost a religion. Thousands of people not only watch their movies again and again without getting tired, but also have personal items and even for the kitchen, with the design of their favorite characters in the saga. If you are one of the many that you feel identified with this description, then you can not miss this guide where we explain how to watch the Star Wars series and movies online to commemorate the special day of the franchise that is already on its way.
(Note: These recommendations are for people who live or are in the United States, since international availability depends on the region in which you are.)
Streaming goes subscription
Disney has its own streaming service, Disney +, which launched in November 2019 and has already become the exclusive streaming service for all things Star Wars.
Both the original triloga, the prequel triloga, and the first two installments of the triloga sequel can be found at the Disney broadcast center, along with the spin-off movie Rogue one and multiple Star Wars specials and documentaries.
Basically, it is a one-stop shop for Star Wars fans. Currently, the only thing about Star Wars that you can't see through Disney + is Solo: A Star Wars Story, some movies made for television and the last movie, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which will surely arrive soon.
The Star Wars title library at Disney + is also so complete on the television side.
The popular animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars: Rebels Y Star Wars: Resistance They are available entirely in the service, as well as some lesser-known programs.
Disney also has several new live action series available or under development for Disney +, including the first season of The Mandalorian and the upcoming shows based on Obi-Wan Kenobi and rebel Spanish Cassian Andor from Rogue One.
It would be great if we could log into our Netflix accounts and put together a playlist of favorite movies. Unfortunately (for Netflix subscribers), Disney / Lucasfilm knows how valuable the franchise is and has made Disney + the home of the science fiction saga.
If you are looking to see Solo: A Star Wars Story, you're in luck. The 2018 derivative movie is still available on the service since January 2020. And that's it.
Unfortunately, none of the Star Wars movies are currently available through subscriptions to Hulu, Amazon Instant Video or Sling TV.
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. Go to the Disney XD page, log in with your cable or satellite provider (assuming you pay for a package that receives the XD channel), and you can watch some (but not all) episodes of both programs.
If you are a great fan of the franchise, buying the films digitally is not a bad idea, especially if you are going to see them every year in advance of the premiere of the new films. Although sites like iTunes and Amazon rent hundreds of titles, movies from Star wars They stand out for their absence (Rogue one can be rented in some places).
Disney Movies Anywhere allows users to watch any Disney movie they have purchased digitally, regardless of where they did it. bought.
Amazon is the first place where most people buy things online and it is also a good choice for Star Wars fans. Each of the nine films is available for digital purchase.
The price in HD ranges between $ 15 and $ 20 dollars, depending on the movie you want and the version you want (additional content, etc.). If you don't own any of the movies, Amazon also offers aHD of Episodes I to VI for $ 100 dollars.
You can also buy the animated series, both Clone wars how Rebels, through Amazon for $ 3 dollars per episode or per season (prices vary) or rent the three most recent films with a cost between $ 3 and $ 6 dollars.
The YouTube Movies section also offers all the official content of Star wars to buy and you can rent some movies from Star Wars from YouTube. Unfortunately, you can only rent Episode VII, Episode VIII and Rogue One, for a price between $ 4 and $ 6. Otherwise, you will have to take the step and buy. As with Amazon, prices range between $ 15 and $ 20.
If you want to see Rebels, Youtube is a good place to do it: the whole series is available for purchase, either by season or by episode.
High definition is a bit more expensive, as expected. Clone wars It is also here, if you do not have a Netflix subscription or if you prefer to have the content. Someone also uploaded a series compilation Clone Wars 2003, created by Genndy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack) and you can see it here for free.
Like Amazon and YouTube, Google has the nine movies to buy, in HD, and they all cost between $ 15 and $ 20, plus the option to rent Rogue One, The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. If you want the digital collection of Episodes I to VI, it costs "only" $ 80 in HD.
Rebels It's also here, all four seasons, for $ 3 each episode, or you can buy full seasons if you prefer. The same also applies to Clone wars.
Like the other options above, you can buy all movies through iTunes, as well as Clone wars and Rebels, or you can rent one of the three newest movies. However, not all content is available in standard definition, and there are no options to rent instead of buying.
For $ 100, you can also get the collection of six films mentioned above.
As you probably have already deduced, most of the options here are quite similar: it simply depends on which ecosystem you prefer. The Microsoft store is actually a bit more limited; None of the animated series are available here, although the nine films are priced similar to the options mentioned above.
* Updated by Mara Teresa Lopes on February 5, 2020.