‘Percy Jackson & the Olympians’: Here’s How to Stream the Highly Anticipated Series on Disney+

‘Percy Jackson & the Olympians’: Here’s How to Stream the Highly Anticipated Series on Disney+


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Percy Jackson and the Olympians, the highly anticipated series adaptation of the popular fantasy novels premieres on Disney+ on Wednesday (Dec. 20).

The eight-episode series is about a 12-year-old boy who finds out that he’s the son of the Greek god Zeus and sets out on a mission to find his father’s missing lightning bolt to “restore order in Mount Olympus and save the world.”

Walker Scobell stars as Percy, Leah Sava Jeffries and Aryan Simhadri portray his friends Annabeth and Grover.

Keep reading for details on how to stream the series online.  

How to Watch Percy Jackson & the Olympians

Percy Jackson and the Olympians consists of eight episodes. Disney+ subscribers can begin streaming the first two episode on Wednesday, Dec. 20. New releases usually drop at midnight and are featured on the Disney+ homepage.

The remaining six episodes of Percy Jackson and the Olympians will premiere weekly on Disney+.

If you’re not subscribed, join Disney+ basic for just $7.99/month or Disney Premium for $13.99/month. Disney+ also offers annual plans, and bundles with Hulu and ESPN+ starting at $9.99/month.

Unfortunately, Disney+ doesn’t offer a free trial, but you might be able to find one through a third party such as Verizon and credit card companies that offer Disney+ credits such as Capital One and American Express.

The Disney+ streaming library features a bunch of original series and must-watch movies such as Loki, The Santa Clauses, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, Elemental, Home Alone, Doctor Who, What If…?, Ahsoka, The Little Mermaid, The Book of Boba Fett, The Mandalorian and upcoming releases like BTS Monuments.

Watch the trailer to Percy Jackson and the Olympians below.


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