How to Watch We Feed People on Disney Plus: Stream the Documentary by Oscar-Winning Director Ron Howard

By Ipsita Kabiraj / May 27, 2022

Disney Plus is here with a new National Geographic documentary directed by Oscar-winner Ron Howard. It showcases World Central Kitchen's efforts to feed people in the aftermath of natural disasters worldwide. We have all the details you need to know, so let's find out how to watch We Feed People on Disney Plus online from anywhere.

We Feed People features renowned Spanish-American chef José Andrés and the work he and his team does at his non-profit, World Central Kitchen. Viewers can get a glimpse into the relief initiatives the organization has been doing over the past 12 years all over the world - from California to Beirut. World Central Kitchen is currently active on the ground in Poland, helping feed Ukrainian refugees as the country is facing a severe humanitarian crisis following the Russian invasion. We Feed People will chronicle the history of World Central Kitchen as it grew from a small group of volunteers to one of the world's most renowned humanitarian aid institutions serving 60 million meals. There will be several interviews with the chef and exclusive footage of the team at work on the frontlines. The documentary is directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard, known for A Beautiful Mind and Apollo 13.

We Feed People premieres on Disney+ on May 27, 2022. It is produced by Imagine Documentaries and has a runtime of 1 hour 29 minutes.

How to Watch We Feed People on Disney Plus

The National Geographic documentary film will stream exclusively on Disney Plus, so you'll be able to easily watch it on the platform. To sign up for Disney Plus, you simply need to pay a reasonable subscription fee, and you can access the service in countries where Disney Plus has launched, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia.

A subscription to Disney Plus will cost you $7.99 per month in the US, £7.99 per month in the UK, CA $11.99 per month in Canada, and AU $11.99 per month in Australia. Subscribers get access to its entire library, which includes titles from Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, and more, alongside National Geographic titles.

Apart from the Disney Plus standalone service, folks in the US can also get the Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu bundle if they want to watch We Feed People. This bundle will save you the extra cost of subscribing to all 3 services separately, and you can watch ad-supported content at just $13.99 per month. However, if you want to watch Hulu ad-free, you need to shell out $19.99 monthly.

You should know that the Disney+ platform is supported on mobile devices, tablets, smart TVs, and more; click here for a full list of supported devices and platforms in case you want to find out if yours is compatible or not. Furthermore, the service is launching in 42 new countries across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa this summer - so people will be able to watch content on Disney Plus in more territories where it currently may be geo-restricted.

Can I Watch We Feed People for Free?

Disney Plus does not offer a free trial at the moment, but there are a few ways to watch the documentary without spending any money.

For eligible new and existing Verizon customers, Disney Plus is available free of charge for 6 months if you're on a select Unlimited plan (or if you upgrade to Unlimited). After the trial ends, you need to pay $7.99 per month, which is the price of the standalone Disney Plus subscription. There is also a Disney Bundle available for Verizon Unlimited subscribers, but that does not include a free trial, so choose accordingly.

And it’s also good to know that there are occasional promotions that offer the service for free with Amazon Music Unlimited or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, so keep an eye out.

We Feed People Trailer

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