November 29, 2021
You’d be surprised to know that Disney Plus is available on a huge number of devices. However, to get the most out of your subscription, as well as to get the best possible movie-watching experience, you’ll want to access Disney+ on your large-screen TV. So, how to watch Disney Plus on a smart TV? Keep on reading - as we have the answer!
As you can imagine, there are plenty of smart TVs out there. And more importantly, they are powered by different types of platforms and operating systems. That's why you'll find our general set-up guide below - applicable to a number of different TV brands.
However, we made sure to highlight some of the world's most popular TV manufacturers, via individual segments of this guide. So, make sure to stick with us until the end of this article, as there's plenty to learn.
From this moment on, you’ll get to access Disney+ without any limitations and stream any movie or TV show that you want.
Keep in mind that Disney+ works on Samsung TVs made in 2016 or later. For more info, as well as for a more detailed set-up guide, here our dedicated article on how to watch Disney Plus on Samsung TVs.
Know that Disney Plus works on LG TVs made in the last five years - but you need to have WebOS 3.0 or newer installed. If you'd like to get more information and dive into the specifics on how to watch Disney Plus on LG TVs, click on the provided link.
If you need a more in-depth look at this process (along with many helpful tips and tricks), here's how to watch Disney Plus on Android TV.
Since Vizio TVs function in a bit different way than other smart TVs, we've prepared a dedicated guide with plenty of questions answered. With that said, here's how to get Disney Plus on Vizio smart TVs.
At the moment, Disney Plus isn't available as a native app for Philips smart TVs, and there are no indications that this situation could change in the near future. This applies to any Philips-made TV, including those that are powered by Android TV.
When it comes to easy-to-set-up and affordable workarounds, we'd like to recommend you to think about purchasing a dedicated media streaming device. For more information on the best available options right now, make sure to click here.
At the moment, Panasonic TVs can't be used to watch Disney Plus - as there's no native app for this TV brand. This might change in the future, because there were indications that Panasonic is interested in carrying this app.
Overall, Panasonic is known for being slow in providing software updates for its TVs. Therefore, it really doesn't come as a surprise to know that Disney Plus isn't available. With that said, you'll want to check the available workarounds.
Hisense TVs are powered by a range of operating systems, with a number of TV models being powered by Android TV as well. However, even though Disney Plus offers an Android TV app, you won't find it on Hisense TVs and their Play Stores.
The good news is that Disney Plus is likely to provide an update to its existing Android TV app, expanding its compatibility to cover Hisense TVs. However, we can't really give you any predictions regarding when that might happen.
If you don't want to wait for Disney Plus to arrive to Hisense TVs, your best bet right now is to use a media streaming device. Click on the provided link to learn more.
Yes, you can watch Disney Plus in 4K on a really wide range of TVs, made by different brands. However, to stream in 4K, you need to meet a set of specific requirements, as explained below.
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If you have a smart TV that supports either Google's Chromecast or Apple's AirPlay, you can use a different device (such as your smartphone) to 'cast' your Disney Plus content. Make sure to go through the following steps:
For screen-casting to work, your smartphone or tablet need to be on the same Wi-Fi network as your TV. Therefore, ensure that you've connected your TV to your home Wi-Fi network, and do the same on the device with Disney Plus installed. That should provide an error-free 'casting.'
Yes, you can still stream Disney Plus on TVs - even on those that don't have the Disney Plus app. However, you'll need to invest in additional hardware for this to happen, with your best options right now listed below.
We always like to be as helpful as possible, so we’ve included some additional installation guides regarding the Disney Plus app, found below. Check them out.
Installing Disney Plus is generally a very easy process. However, know that TechNadu’s team is more than happy to help if you get stuck along the way. Make sure to submit your comment below, and we’ll do our best to assist you as soon as possible.