The second instalment of the Star Wars sequel trilogy will be available to stream soon on Australian screens. The Last Jedi reunites Luke Skywalker with his sister Leia as the Republic battle against the First Order, led by Luke’s former understudy turned sith, Kylo Ren.
The Last Jedi TV Preview
Now that Rey has finally located the whereabouts of Luke Skywalker, she brings him back to join the battle against the dark forces. But Skywalker sees powers in her, powers unlike anything he has seen before, and he decides to train her in the ways of the Jedi.
In this eighth episode of the Star Wars franchise, we also discover how Luke became the teacher of his nephew, Kylo Ren, and the errors he made which resulted in Kylo turning to the dark side with Snoke, the head of the First Order. Fans of previous films will be pleased to see returning characters such as Chewbacca, R2-D2 and even Yoda, along with lots of lightsaber swinging action.
Starring Daisy Ridley (Silent Witness), John Boyega (Detroit), Mark Hammill (Knightfall), and Pedro Pascal (Ex Macina), The Last Jedi movie arrived in Australia on December.
Where to Watch or Stream The Last Jedi in Australia
The Last Jedi movie is a Disney production available exclusively on the Disney Plus streaming platform. Disney Plus is now home to some of the most recognised TV shows and movies, all sourced from their catalogue and that of their sister companies National Geographic, Marvel, Pixar and Star Wars.
To access Disney Plus, all you need is an internet connection. Each episode of The Last Jedi is available to watch in High Definition, 4K (Ultra High Definition), and HDR (High Dynamic Range). If you have a Disney Plus account, you can access all of their films and TV shows such as Thor and Free Solo on demand, including streaming The Last Jedi. If you don’t, simply head over to their site to sign up. If you like what’s on offer, you can choose between a rolling $8.99 monthly subscription which you can cancel at any time, or a 12 month plan for $89.99.
To watch The Last Jedi online from a browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Explorer), simply head to the Disney Plus website and search for The Last Jedi. You can connect up to 10 devices with one subscription, and stream on up to four at once, so the whole family can benefit at any given time.
There’s also a Disney Plus app that is free to download from Google Play and the Apple Store. Once you have downloaded the application, simply enter your login details and start streaming. Disney Plus is accessible via a wide range of devices, including PCs/Macs, Smart TVs, smartphones and games consoles.
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The Last Jedi Movie TV Listing
The Last Jedi will be available on Disney Plus. There is no The Last Jedi free to air coverage in Australia, it is exclusively available on Disney Plus. Here is the expected date for streaming online.
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The Last Jedi Mobile Device List
The following are the list of compatible mobile and internet connected devices on which you can stream The Last Jedi, with new apps and devices being added as they become available.
Devices supported on Disney+
– Amazon Fire TV, Fire Tablet: Yes – All Fire TV devices & Fire TV Edition Smart TVs
– Apple TV: Yes – Apple TV HD (4th gen or later) & Apple TV 4K running tvOS 11.0 and later
– Apple Airplay: Yes – Apple TV 3rd & 4th generation; TVs compatible with Airplay 2
– Chromecast: Yes – Latest generation for highest quality playback
– Chromebook: Yes – via Disney+ Android app
– Roku: Yes – Roku boxes and sticks and TVs
– Android TV: Yes – Android TV-enabled Smart TVs (Android OS version 5.0 (Lollipop) or later): Sony Bravia, Sharp AQUOS, & Android TV set-top boxes: NVIDIA SHIELD TV, Mi Box
– LG Smart TV: Yes – LG models running webOS 3.0 and above
– Samsung Smart TV: Yes – 2016 models and newer (Tizen OS)
– Vizio SmartCast TVs: Yes – Select 2016 models and newer
– PC/Mac: Yes – Web browser only (Chrome 75+, Firefox 68+, Edge, Safari 11+, Internet Explorer 11)
– Android phones/tablets: Yes – Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and newer
– iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad: Yes – iOS/iPadOS 11.0 or newer
– PlayStation: Yes – PlayStation 4, PlayStation Pro, PlayStation Slim, PlayStation 5
– Xbox: Yes – Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X
– Telstra TV: No
– Fetch TV: No
Must See TV for fans of The Last Jedi
As Disney Plus has exclusive rights to all of their own productions, much of the content is only available via their platform. There are many movies and series that are shared with other services, such as Deadpool and the Avengers films, but new and future Disney programming will be premiered exclusively on their streaming platform.
This means that recent productions such as Avengers Endgame and The Last Jedi will not be available on any other streaming platform or TV channel for the foreseeable future. So with this in mind, here’s a list of similar TV Shows that fans of Encore may also enjoy watching.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Disney Plus)
This film was the much anticipated 2015 sequel to the original Star Wars Trilogy, set 30 years on from the fall of the Empire. Luke Skywalker has gone missing, and there is a new evil on the rise in the shape of the First Order and Kylo Ren, a member of the dark side with Jedi-like powers. But the Force is strong in a scavenger called Rey, who seemingly has the promising mindset of a Jedi knight. The Force Awakens is available to watch and stream now on Disney Plus.
Marvel Hero Project (Disney Plus)
Marvel superheroes have been all over our screens thanks to the popular movies from the comic book franchise. But what about real life heroes? Marvel Hero Project is a documentary series that looks at some of the most remarkable young children that have brought positive change to their communities in the USA. And, as homage, Marvel creates comic books based on their stories, giving a legacy to their work. Marvel Hero Project is exclusively available now on Disney Plus.
Based on the popular DC Comics series of the same name, Watchmen is a HBO exclusive series that takes place in an alternate contemporary reality in the United States, in which superheroes and masked vigilantes were outlawed due to their violent methods, but some of them gather around to start a revolution while others attempt to stop it. Season 1 is now available on Foxtel’s FOX SHOWCASE as part of the Drama pack. Catch new episodes every Monday at 12:30 pm, or stream on Foxtel Now free for 10 days.