Subscribe to Disney Plus and have access to your favourite TV shows and films. From the classics to new releases, the streaming service has thousands of options to choose from, including popular titles from Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, National Geographic, Star and many more.


For more guidance on Disney Plus, take a look at our guide on how to set up Disney Plus parental controls and a breakdown of how much Disney Plus costs in the UK.

How many people can watch Disney Plus at once?

Disney Plus subscribers can stream across up to 4 devices at the same time, allowing simultaneous viewing on most smart TVs, tablets, smartphones, laptops and gaming devices. This depends on the plan you've signed up to - the Standard with Ads (£4.99 per month) and Standard plan (£7.99 per month) allow streaming on two devices, while Premium subscribers can stream on four devices at once (for £10.99 per month).

This means you could be binging the latest family drama from The Kardashians on one device, while the kids get stuck into the adventures of Bluey and family or watch their favourite Marvel superheroes save the world on another device, all at the same time – making it ideal for the whole family.

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Buying the annual pass over the standard monthly subscription for £7.99 a month can save you over £15 a year.

At just £79.90, that's a saving of 15 per cent. 

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How many profiles can you have on Disney Plus?

As well as the ability to stream across different devices, Disney Plus subscribers can also have up to 7 different profiles on 1 account. The main profile will be the account holder, plus 6 extras for family and friends, so you can tailor it to everyone's tastes. There is the option for a child-friendly profile which gives access only to age-appropriate content – a really useful feature for parents. Remember, only 4 devices can be used at once.

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Does Disney Plus offer a family plan in the UK?

While Disney Plus doesn't exactly offer a family plan option, you can set up as many as 7 different profiles on one account. You can access these on up to 10 different devices and stream on 4 of the devices simultaneously, so you can watch at the same time as other users without disturbance. This means each user can manage their own profile settings and can tailor their content to their interests and likes. Each profile will also receive personal recommendations based on their watch history.

Disney Plus also includes parental control features, which can be set up for each profile. This allows parents to set limits on what children are watching to ensure a safe experience. All Disney Plus content has a rating to reflect the age recommendation and you can choose restrictions so it won’t show content higher than the profile’s rating when browsing. You can see how much Disney Plus costs compared to other streaming services here.

What devices are compatible with Disney Plus in the UK?

Disney Plus supports streaming on a large range of devices in the UK, including web browsers, mobile devices, tablets, streaming sticks, game consoles and smart TVs, including:

  • Smart TVs, including Samsung, Panasonic, LG and Hisense
  • Roku, Now, Sky, Virgin Media O2
  • Amazon Fire tablet and TV
  • Apple TVs, iPhones and iPads
  • Android TVs, phones and tablets
  • Windows 10 and 11 tablets and laptops
  • PlayStation and Xbox
  • Chromecast

You can find the full list of compatible devices at Disney Plus.

Can I download Disney Plus films and TV shows?

Yes, as a Disney Plus subscriber, you can download all the films and TV shows on the platform and on up to 10 devices. This is a great benefit of the streaming service, meaning you can still watch your favourite series and films when away from home, making it a brilliant way to keep kids entertained on long car rides when you don’t have an internet connection or while travelling abroad.

You can only download titles on ios or Android devices and currently unable to watch Disney offline on PCs or game consoles. Downloaded content will remain on your device as long as you keep logged in to your account and you connect to the internet at least once every 30 days.

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Cordelia AspinallDigital Writer

Cordelia Aspinall is a Digital Writer for Immediate Media, working across brands including The Recommended,, MadeForMums and BBC Gardeners’ World. She has previously worked and written for digital publications including Condé Nast Traveller, The Evening Standard, Cosmopolitan, and several other lifestyle brands.