How to watch The Mandalorian online – stream the Star Wars show right now

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By most Star Wars fans' judgment, The Mandalorian has been a booming first success for the new Disney Plus streaming service up. And we'll help you discover how to watch The Mandalorian online from any device and anywhere you are.

If you're reading this article, then we reckon you probably don't need us to tell you what to expect from The Mandalorian. You'll have no doubt read the fan rumors, memorized the cast list and watched the trailer a few dozen times way before Disney Plus eventually went live. Or perhaps you're halfway through the episodes and want to ensure you don't miss the rest.

Set seven years after the end of the original film trilogy, and long before the arrival of Rey, Finn, and Kylo Ren in the new movies, The Mandalorian will be the first live-action Star Wars TV show, and follow a lone hero from the same homeworld as fan-favorite bounty hunter Boba Fett. The eight-episode first season has Iron Man director Jon Favreau at the helm and the likes of Carl Weathers and Gina Carano in the cast – so it's unsurprising that anticipation is feverishly high, with Disney drip-feeding episodes on a weekly basis.

So how do you watch The Mandalorian online? Keep reading and we'll explain all you need to know about getting a stream. All episodes are now available in most regions.


How to watch The Mandalorian in countries that have Disney Plus

The Mandalorian – when is it on?

We like your style Disney Plus! Rather than put The Mandalorian out there all at the same time, it went down the old-fashioned route of releasing standalone episodes. In countries like the US, Canada and Australia that have had Disney Plus for months, that means that the whole first season is now available to watch. But Star Wars fans in the UK and Europe, you'll be drip fed them week by week.

You lucky people! The Mandalorian is all yours and you can even watch it right now. How? Let us to explain.

Folk in countries that now have access to Disney Plus (so North America, Australia, New Zealand, UK, most of mainland Europe and more) can head to the site to sign up now and start watching straight away.

Disney Plus will have apps for iOS and Android (of course), and will be available to watch online via the likes of Amazon Fire TV Stick, PS4, Xbox One and Roku streaming devices.


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Adam Marshall

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