Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany in Marvel Studio's WandaVision


On 23 February 2021, you no longer need your VPN because Disney+ will be available in Singapore. And with it, all of your favourite movies, television series and more from Marvel Studios, Pixar, Disney, Star Wars, National Geographic and Star, which currently isn’t even available on the US version.

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Patrick Dempsey as Derek Sheperd on ABC’s television series Grey’s Anatomy. Photo: Courtesy

New to the streaming platform, Star will house films and shows from Disney-owned studios —ABC, FX, Freeform, Searchlight and 20th Century Studios, which means you can look forward to binge-watching Grey’s Anatomy and How I Met Your Mother. In short, Disney+ will have more content than you’ll time to watch.

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Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany as Vision in Marvel Studios’ WandaVision. Photo: Courtesy

Among the extensive range of original content available on the new streaming platform, few are as highly coveted as Marvel Studios’ WandaVision. The American television miniseries—created by Jac Schaeffer based on the Marvel Comics characters—will see Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprise their role as Wanda Maximoff and Paul Vision respectively. The show follows the protagonists living idealised suburban lives until they realise that something’s not quite right.

Once Disney+ launches in Singapore, you will be able to catch up on the show and watch the episodes on the same day as the US.

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Tom Hiddleston as Loki in Marvel Studios’ LOKI. Photo: Courtesy

Other originals making their way on to the small screen are: Raya and the Last Dragon, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Godmothered, Flora & Ulysses, Pixar Popcorn (a collection of shorts featuring Pixar characters), Inside Pixar (a documentary on the making of a Pixar film), Gordon Ramsay: Unchartered, The Mandalorian (with Ewan McGregor returning as Obi-Wan Kenobi), Helstrom, LOKI and more.

Disney+ Apps on mobile devices. Photo: Courtesy

Subscription for Disney+ costs $11.98 per month or $119.98 a year. The streaming service will be available on mobile devices, gaming consoles and smart TVs. It will also feature parental locks and customisable profiles.