How To Watch All Of Star Wars Online In The UK

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With “The Skywalker” saga now done, after several decades and 9 feature films, you can now go back and watch it ALL at home – not just the films, but the TV shows as well. And with the help of video streaming services in the UK, it’s easier than ever.

So whether you’re looking to binge-watch the entire Star Wars movie saga, looking to catch-up on the animated Star Wars: Clone Wars, or yet to join-in with The Mandalorian – here’s how to watch EVERYTHING Star Wars related in the UK, without an expensive cable/Sky subscription, and with content spread around Disney+, NOW TV, Amazon Prime Video and others.

Of course, there’s the ongoing debate of what order you should watch Star Wars in. If you want to see it chronologically (in terms of the narrative – not when the films were produced), this timeline can help:

Star Wars timeline

If, however, you’re watching with someone who never saw any Star Wars film – then you should ALWAYS start with The Original Trilogy (so Star Wars IV, Star Wars V and Star Wars VI), THEN continue with the prequels, and end with the modern trilogy. Otherwise – the prequels are going to spoil the original trilogy (in more ways than one).

How To Watch Star Wars Everything: Disney+

I’ll go over several VOD options in the UK in a minute, but if you want the easiest option – the one that has, well, EVERY Star Wars movie, TV programme, shorts, specials and documentaries – your answer is Disney+.

star wars day disney plus everything

Disney+ (see our full review), which can be streamed on almost any streaming device, includes more than 800 films and TV shows, from the worlds of Disney, Marvel, Pixar, National Geographic, and – Star Wars.

In the UK, Disney+ costs £5.99/month or £59.99 for a full year, but you can also get a Free 7-days trial – so in theory, you COULD watch all of Star Wars for free in 7 days. Might want to pace it out a little though…

What can you find on Disney+, Star Wars-related? Well, take a deep breath:

  • All 9 Skywalker Saga movies (including The Rise of Skywalker)
  • Star Wars: Rogue One
  • Star Wars: Solo
  • The Mandalorian (TV Series)
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV Series)
  • Star Wars Rebels (TV Series)
  • Star Wars Lego: The Freemaker Adventures (TV Series)
  • Star Wars Lego: Droid Tales (TV Series)
  • A Collection of Star Wars short and specials.
The Mandalorian star wars tv show

If you’re a Star Wars fan, Disney+ is a no-brainer – just remember, as with any streaming service, you can always subscribe for a month or two, and then cancel until you want it again.

But while Disney+ has the biggest collection, it isn’t the only streaming service in the UK with Star Wars content – so here are some of the other options:

How To Watch The Star Wars Films In The UK

If you’re looking to watch Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace, Star War II: Attack of The Clones, Star Wars III: Revenge of The Sith, Star Wars IV: A New Hope, Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars VI: Return of The Jedi, you can currently stream them on:

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Star Wars IV (Photo: Disney)

How To Watch Star Wars: The Sequel Trilogy in the UK

After years of waiting, we finally got the final trilogy of films, starting with 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens, directed by J.J. Abrams, then Star Wars: The Last Jedi and finally Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

As with every other Star Wars property, fans were divided, and are arguing to this day how good or bad each of the new instalments is.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

If you want to make up your own mind, or just have a fun rewatch, here’s how to stream the newer Star Wars trilogy in the UK:

How To Watch Star Wars: Rogue One In The UK

The 2016 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story film directed by Gareth Edwards, was the first instalment in what was supposed to be an ongoing anthology Star Wars series.

It takes place in the same Star Wars universe we know and love, but tells somewhat different story, alongside the main Skywalker saga.

You can stream it in the UK via:

How To Watch Solo: A Star Wars Story In The UK

The second movie in the “Star Wars Stories” anthology, it tells the story of a young Han Solo, before he became the hero we all know and love.

Solo Star Wars Story

Directed by Ron Howard (after the original directors, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were fired), Solo was considered a failure, and the rest of the Stories anthology was put on ice, for now.

Still, this movie was praised by a lot of critics, as well as many of the fans, and it’s a fun watch.

Here’s how to stream Solo: A Star Wars Story in the UK:

And remember… May The Force Be With You!

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