Is there really anyone in the world who doesn't love Jeff Goldblum? We don't think there is, so we are going to let you in on a little secret: there is a Jeff Goldblum show on Disney+, and it's all about him. Are you sold yet? We are planning to watch the show online and invite you to find the best way to do the same.
Jeff Goldblum is one of those actors that everyone loves nowadays because that's just who he is. The whole show is about him experiencing various things in life and having genuine reactions to the things around him, as he explores and finds out cool new things. Apparently, he resisted doing any type of research on the things that would appear in the show, so the experience for the viewers is as authentic as possible. Some of the things that we will see Jeff explore? Well, ice cream, sneakers and how they are made, and even tattoos.
The show has received relatively positive reviews after the first episode, so we are quite excited to see how things go on and how the next episodes are going to be.
When and Where to Watch The World According to Jeff Goldblum?
The first episode of The World According to Jeff Goldblum was released by Disney+, along with the platform launch, on November 12th. Another episode will air on November 15th, and then we are going to get episodes every week.
How Can I Live Stream The World According to Jeff Goldblum?
The World According to Jeff Goldblum is a show that was created specifically for Disney+, so if you're going to watch it, you're going to need to subscribe to the service. Start your 7-day free trial on Disney+ today! The monthly subscription price is set at $6.99, but you can also pay $69.99 for the full year. Folks that live in the United States can also go for the pack that includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+, for $12.99 per month. Currently, Disney+ works in the United States, Canada, and The Netherlands, with Australia and New Zealand getting it on November 15th. Obviously, the price will differ a little bit depending on the country you're in.
If you're going to get Disney+, then you should know that the platform works on a wide range of devices, including the Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Chromecast, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, as well as through web browsers. Apps for Amazon Fire devices are also in the works. (Note: You should know that not all content that is available in the US version of Disney+ is available everywhere in the world, so you should check your own service to see if the show is available in your location.)
Here's how you can set up your Disney+ account:
- The first thing you have to do is to visit the Disney+ website so you can tap the "Start Free Trial" button that you will find on the page. In the United States, people will also get the option of choosing the Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ bundle.
- Then, you will get redirected so you can create your account by providing your email address and setting up a strong password.
- Then, you get to the payment details part of things, where you can either choose to pay with a card or with your PayPal account. This is also the place where you have to specify whether you're going to pay once every month or pay for the full year.
- Now, you can go ahead and load Disney+ so you can start enjoying The World According to Jeff Goldblum.
Are There Other Ways to Watch The World According to Jeff Goldblum?
Unfortunately for you, The World According to Jeff Goldblum is a show that was created for Disney+, so you won't be able to enjoy it elsewhere. Usually, shows are also available to purchase on platforms like Google Play and iTunes, but the first episode of The World According to Jeff Goldblum hasn't shown up yet on such a service, and we are unsure whether it ever will. We guess we're going to wait and see what happens.
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