Following up one of the most successful Disney films of all time couldn't have been easy, and now Disney+ is taking audiences behind the scenes to see exactly how the magic came to life with an in-depth look into the making of Frozen 2. Into The Unknown: Making Frozen 2 is a six-part documentary series that's premiering exclusively on Disney+ this week to take viewers on the film's journey as it is worked on through several stages of production.
All episodes of Into The Unknown: Making Frozen 2 are available at Disney+ beginning Friday, June 26 at 12 a.m. PT / 3 a.m. ET. If you're wondering how to sign up, how much the service costs, or whether you can watch for free, check below.
What shows and movies does Disney+ offer?
Along with Into The Unknown: Making Frozen 2, Disney+ has a modest selection of documentaries and shows to take you behind-the-scenes of films like Star Wars and Pixar animated movies. Members can also watch pretty much every animated Disney film there is, including Frozen and Frozen 2, along with Marvel superhero films, Disney Channel Original Movies and TV series, National Geographic documentaries, and more. There are even a couple short Frozen films on the service: Olaf's Frozen Adventure and Lego Frozen Northern Lights.
The Magic Revealed.
Disney+ is taking audiences inside the studio for a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Frozen 2. Start your membership now to gain access to the new series when it premieres on June 26.
How do you get a free Disney+ trial?
Unfortunately, Disney+ doesn't offer a free trial at this time. While the service previously offered new subscribers a free 7-day trial, that's no longer the case. Luckily, Disney+ is one of the most affordable streaming services out there and pretty much essential for households with children.
How much does Disney+ cost?
Disney+ is one of the most affordable streaming services to date, which is wild considering all that it has to offer already after just seven months of being available in select countries. WIth currency conversions, there is some variation in pricing based on which country you live in ($6.99/£5.99/AU$8.99), though you can save and drop the monthly cost even lower by paying for a full year of membership instead. You can get the full rundown on Disney+ monthly and annual pricing in your country via this Disney+ guide.
Another Disney+ package bundles in Hulu and ESPN+ streaming services starting at just $12.99 per month. If you're already a subscriber to one of these services, you could save money each month by purchasing this bundled offer.
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