Frozen was an instant Disney classic when it hit the screen seven years ago and has had kids the world over breaking into song and dance dressed as the princesses Elsa and Anna ever since. It was inevitable that a sequel would follow to give those little hearts another filling with joy – and now you and your little ones can watch Frozen 2 online at home.
Yep, you can watch it all right now – perfect timing for those getting in lots of family time at home right now. Just remember mum and dad, there's no excuse not to sing along, too!
Options for viewing Frozen II vary by country with the main platform being Disney Plus. Since this hasn't launched everywhere yet, we've also given you more viewing options for where you are, below. Everybody can catch up with the new adventures of Olaf – the sun-loving snowman – and the gang.
So how do you watch Frozen 2 online? Keep reading and we'll explain all you need to know about getting a stream.
Watch Frozen 2 with Disney Plus (and for FREE)
You're in luck folks! Frozen 2 is all yours and you can even watch it for free. How? Let us explain.
Those of you in North America, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands can now enjoy the riches of Disney Plus, meaning you can head to the site to sign up now and start watching straight away.
But even better news is that you can get a 7-day FREE TRIAL to Disney Plus, meaning you can enjoy Frozen 2 and all of the service's other content without paying anything.
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How to watch Frozen II without Disney Plus
Not got a Disney Plus subscription and don't want one? Fret not, you've got other options to rent or buy the movie. Here they are by country:
UK: Buy from £9.99 or stream on Sky Go from Sunday March 21
US: Rent from $4.99, buy from $19.99
Australia: Rent from $5.99, buy from $19.99
Canada: Rent from $4.99, buy from $24.99
Can I watch Frozen 2 while overseas?
For now, Disney Plus has only been launched in the US, Canada, the Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand. You'll have to sit tight if you're reading this from the UK and Europe as the Disney Plus go-live date is set as for March 24 – and there's a special discount you can take advantage of if you strike now.
If you're out of the country where you'd normally access Disney Plus you'll find that you're geo blocked – as it's restricted to that country only by spotting where you connect to the internet from. That's where downloading a VPN can really help you out.
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