WandaVision Movie. Photo: GamesRadar+
WandaVision Movie. Photo: GamesRadar+

Marvel is back with its first live-action release since way back in 2019, with new limited TV series WandaVision also representing Marvel Studios' first splash on the small screen. Follow our guide as we explain how to watch WandaVision online and stream the new Avengers spin-off with Disney Plus - the watching details below apply to the entire series, or we can tell you specifically how to watch WandaVision episode 7 this week.

How to Watch WandaVision Online

If you want to watch WandaVision online, you’ll need a Disney+ subscription. Disney+ subscribers can watch WandaVision for free and on-demand from their TV, tablet or phone.

If you’re not a Disney+ subscriber, we found one of the best streaming bundles available with this deal that gets you Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ for just $12.99 (don’t wait too long to take advantage of the deal — it’ll go up to $14 a month starting in March. By then, you’ll have to avoid spoilers and pay more to watch the series).

This bundle deal is the best plan for your money right now if you want more content at a discount, and it makes it easy to watch a ton of great movies and series in one place, including Avengers: Infinity War, Hamilton, Mulan, Pen15, two seasons of The Mandalorian and more.

That’s not your only option, however. If you’re looking to subscribe to one platform instead of three, you can also sign up for a Disney+ subscription for just $6.99 a month, or save yourself some cash when you sign up for a year-long plan instead at $69.99.

*Read More: WandaVision Episode 8: Release Date, Schedule and Preview

How to Watch WandaVision on Disney+ for Free

Photo: Looper
Photo: Looper

Unlike services like Amazon Prime or Hulu, Disney+ isn’t offering a free trial right now. However, we’ve found a way for you to watch WandaVision free online without signing up for Disney+. If you are a Verizon subscriber, you may be eligible for their “Disney+ on Us” deal, which gets you six months of Disney+ for free. Select Verizon unlimited plans include the streaming service on the house, which will let you stream WandaVision on Disney+ for free. Get the deal or see if your current Verizon plan qualifies here.

You can stream WandaVision and all Disney+ content on just about any screen in your house, with the Amazon Fire TV 4K Stick (on sale for $49.99 right now), Roku or Apple TV. You can even stream the new series if you own a PS4 or Xbox One, as reported by Rollingstone.

Watch WandaVision - US

Disney Plus | $6.99 per month

Want to stream WandaVision? The series is only available on Disney Plus, and you won't find it anywhere else (unless it gets a DVD or Blu-ray release, that is). Don't worry, though - there's a cheap way of getting the streaming service, and it's via this monthly subscription. A standard month of the service sets you back $6.99p/m, and aside from WandaVision, it gives access to hundreds of hours of TV, film, and documentaries. If your budget can stretch to it, there's also an offer that provides you with Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus for $12.99 per month (the same cost as a Standard HD month of Netflix for triple the amount of content). That's our favorite deal so far, and it's comfortably the best Disney Plus bundle we've seen to date.

Watch WandaVision - Canada

Disney Plus | $9.99 per month

Want to watch WandaVision? Good news - it's as easy as signing up to Disney Plus for $9.99 per month (this is sadly the best offer out there now that the Disney Plus free trial is no more). The series is available right now and will run for nine episodes in total. These land every Friday, and there are plenty of other shows and films to enjoy in the meantime. The Clone Wars got a final season last year, for example. And then there are the other Disney properties. Toy Story? Check. The Lion King? Check. Basically, you're not going to run out of things to watch any time soon.

Watch WandaVision - UK

Disney Plus | £5.99 per month

If you're a UK reader that wants to stream WandaVision, this is the cheapest option available to you - a standard membership to Disney Plus for £5.99 per month. It'll let you watch WandaVision and everything else the Disney Plus library has to offer, ranging from Star Wars to National Geographic documentaries. If you think you're in this for the long haul, you can also pay a one-off sum of £59.99 for a whole year of the service (this saves you around £12 in the long run). Regardless of which deal you get, be it a monthly offer or a Disney Plus gift card, you've got a lot to look forward to. Besides everything currently on the service, there are loads of Marvel, Star Wars, and Disney shows in the pipeline - some of which are coming out this year. It's a real treasure-trove of content, according to GamesRadar+.

Watch WandaVision - AUSTRALIA

Disney Plus | $8.99 per month

Hunting down ways to watch WandaVision in Australia? As with every other part of the world, you'll find it on Disney Plus - it's easy. Just grab a basic monthly membership for $8.99p/m or $9.99p/m in New Zealand and you can stream Wandavision. Not that the MCU series is the only reason to invest, of course. You'll also get access to the likes of Frozen 2, The Simpsons, Avengers, and more with this subscription. Lots is on the way, too. For example, an Obi-Wan show is in the works, as is a Loki series with Tom Hiddleston.

Stream WandaVision around the world

Watch Disney Plus in your area

If you have Disney Plus in you region, you'll find WandaVision there - it's available wherever Disney Plus is, including Germany, Spain, and Italy. -Unable to sign up? Don't panic just yet. 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 right now. Disney has promised a rollout in most areas within the next year or so. In other words, you'll be getting your fill of Disney in no time.

Who Wrote the WandaVision Theme Song?

The music we hear in the latest WandaVision trailer? While the catchy tune sounds like it could be part of a classic sitcom, it’s actually new. Oscar winners Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, who wrote Frozen’s “Let It Go” as well as Coco’s “Remember Me” (both of which you can stream on Disney+), created the series’ theme song, featured in the new retro-inspired clip below.

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