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How to watch the Fury Files online: stream every episode on Disney Plus

Disney Plus show is all about the SHIELD boss

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A new animated series has just made its way to Disney Plus and it's set to show 50 years of infamous Marvel villains through the eyes of the boss of SHIELD - read on and we'll help you discover how to watch the Fury Files online.

Exclusive to the Disney Plus streaming service, the animated series sees Chi McBride reprising his Ultimate Spider-Man role as voice actor for Nick Fury - the character who has perhaps most famously been played by Samuel L Jackson in the live-action Marvel movies

The new animated shorts unlock Fury’s secret files on some of the most popular Marvel heroes such as Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, and more. 

Originally shown on the Disney XD channel several years back, Fury Files are each around three minutes long and incorporate motion comic art and scenes derived from Marvel’s popular animated shows such as Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and X-Men: The Animated Series. 

Read on and we'll explain how to watch the Fury Files online. We'll even let slip one spoiler: all you need to do is sign-up for Disney Plus!

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How to watch the Fury Files in countries that have Disney Plus

Marvel fans can watch the Fury Files today - provided they're in a country with access to the Disney Plus streaming service. It's now available in North America, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, most of mainland Europe and more - so simply need to head to the Disney Plus website to sign up and then you can start watching right away.

As well as the Fury Files and Marvel films, Disney Plus is the home to every Simpsons episode ever made, Pixar flicks and the complete Star Wars canon. Regularly priced at $6.99/£7.99/AU$11.99 a month, it really is great value considering how much great content you get - much of which can't be found anywhere else.

For the ultimate value, though, those in the US can take advantage of a combined bundle that includes ESPN+, Hulu and Disney Plus for the bargain price of just $12.99 a month. There's so much included, you might forget cable TV ever existed - and you can have it all for the price of a pizza delivery!

Plus, the addition of Star on Disney Plus more than doubles the amount of grown-up content on the service for just a marginal price increase. Some of the best Star on Disney Plus shows at launch include Big Sky, Solar Opposites, and Love, Victor. Parents can sleep easy, too, as the rollout of the channel includes a slew of new parental control features to ensure the service stays as family-friendly as ever.

What else should I know about Disney+?

Disney Plus is showing no signs of slowing down since the service first launched last November and in addition to being the exclusive release platform of new Pixar movies and Marvel content, subscribers can look forward to Star Wars spin-off The Mandalorian, Mulan, Hamilton and much more. 

The streaming service has apps for iOS and Android (of course), and is available to watch online via the likes of Amazon Fire TV Stick, PS4, Xbox One and Roku streaming devices.

Now that Disney has set the precedent of releasing its live-action Mulan remake on the service instead of in theaters through its Premier Access program, expect the company to keep bring more blockbuster films that were originally intended to be shown on the big screen to Disney Plus in 2021.

And finally, there's the new Star on Disney Plus payload that most global markets get to enjoy and sees the amount of content available through Disney Plus more than double, with a particular eye to shows grown-ups are going to enjoy. It costs a tiny bit more, but is worth it based on our initial impressions - and you can still save big by going with an annual subscription.

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Kevin Lynch

Kevin Lynch is a London-born, Dublin-based writer and journalist. The author of Steve Jobs: A Biographic Portrait, Kevin is a regular feature writer for a number of tech sites and the former Technology Editor for the Daily Mirror. He has also served as editor of GuinnessWorldRecords.com and has been a member of the judging panel for the BAFTA British Academy Video Game Awards. Alongside reviewing the latest AV gear, smartphones and computers, Kevin also specialises in music tech and can often be found putting the latest DAWs, MIDI controllers and guitar modellers through their paces. Born within the sound of Bow Bells, Kevin is also a lifelong West Ham fan for his troubles.