How to watch The Beatles: Get Back on Disney plus

26 November 2021, 09:32 | Updated: 30 November 2021, 12:34

The Beatles play their rooftop gig
The Beatles play their rooftop gig. Picture: Walt Disney Studios/Apple Corps Ltd

By Jenny Mensah

A three-part Beatles documentary has come to Disney+ from Peter Jackson. Find out how to watch all episodes.

Peter Jackson's new docuseries on The Beatles has landed on Disney+.

The Beatles: Get Back will focus on the making of the band's last released studio album Let It Be and their final gig on the rooftop of London's Saville Row.

There have been many documentaries on the Fab Four, so what can we expect from Peter Jackson's offering, what's its release schedule and how can you watch it?

Find out everything we know about The Beatles: Get Back here.

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The Beatles: Get Back streams on Disney+ this month
The Beatles: Get Back streams on Disney+ this month. Picture: Disney+/The Beatles

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When is The Beatles: Get Back on Disney Plus?

The Beatles: Get Back has been released on Disney+ in three separate episodes. Episode one was released on 25th November, episode two was added on 26th November and the third and final episode was shared on 27th November 2021.

What's the new Beatles documentary about?

The documentary will focus on the making of the band's Let It Be album and their final gig on the rooftop of London's Saville Row.

The Beatles: Get Back was cut from 55 hours of unseen footage filmed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg in 1969, so Disney+ will present it as three separate episodes which are roughly two hours in length each

“In many respects, Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s remarkable footage captured multiple storylines,” Peter Jackson says of the documentary.

"The story of friends and of individuals. It is the story of human frailties and of a divine partnership. It is a detailed account of the creative process, with the crafting of iconic songs under pressure, set amid the social climate of early 1969. But it’s not nostalgia – it’s raw, honest, and human. Over six hours, you’ll get to know The Beatles with an intimacy that you never thought possible."

Visit to find out about the documentary and watch a sneak peek of it here:

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How to stream the new Beatles documentary?

The Beatles: Get Back will be available to watch on Disney+.

Is the Disney plus free trial still available?

When Disney+ first launched, there was the opportunity to sign up for a free trial, however, this has now ended. There was also a chance to get a heavily discounted subscription on Disney day, but we're afraid that's also no longer available.

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What's the Disney plus UK price?

You can sign up to Disney+ here either by buying a monthly or yearly subscription, which will cost you £7.99 a month or £79.90 annually.

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