Disney+ Subscribers Will Be Able to Access Mulan on Apple, Google, and Roku

Earlier this month, Disney announced that Mulan would be coming straight to the Disney+ streaming service for $29.99. When subscribers make that purchase, they will be able to watch and rewatch as many times as they desire, as long as they keep their Disney+ subscription active. This week, Disney has added to its website that Disney+ subscribers who make the purchase will also be able to access the film on Apple, Google, and Roku platforms.

This week, Disney updated its website to reflect this change. In this excerpt below, you can see exactly how it will affect viewers when it launces on September 4.

Starting September 4, with Premier Access, you can watch Mulan before it’s available to all Disney+ subscribers. Disney+ will offer Premier Access to Mulan for $29.99 on and selected platforms, including Apple, Google, and Roku. Once you have Premier Access to Mulan, you can watch as many times as you want on any platform where Disney+ is available. Your access to Mulan will continue as long as you are an active Disney+ subscriber.

This portion of the website stresses yet again that Disney+ subscribers will only be able to watch the film as long as they are an active user on the platform. This means that access will be similar on Apple, Google, and Roku platforms and be accessible as long as you are an active subscriber to the Disney+ streaming service.

Will you be streaming Mulan on Disney+ or any other platform on September 4? Be sure to connect with us on Twitter and Facebook to let us know what you’re looking forward to seeing most!



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