Zootopia: Where to Stream & Watch Online


Zootopia is available to watch and stream online, so viewers are wondering which streaming service it will appear on.

Police officer Judy Hopps, who happens to be a rabbit, leads the charge in this animal-filled movie. Together with con artist Nick Wilde (a fox), she must stop a sinister plot. Featuring well-animated animal characters and heaps loads of comedy, Zootopia has climbed the rankings as a must-watch for children and adults alike.

Here’s where you can watch Zootopia.

Where can you watch and stream Zootopia?

You can watch and stream Zootopia on Disney Plus. It is available to stream right now.

You can watch the movie via the following:

Zootopia features Ginnifer Goodwin as Judy Hopps, Jason Bateman as Nick Wilde, Rich Moore as Doug, Byron Howard as Bucky, Jenny Slate as Bellwether, Shakira as Gazelle, Nate Torrence as Officer Clawhauser, Idris Elba as Chief Bogo, J. K. Simmons as Mayor Lionheart, Raymond S. Persi as Officer Higgins, Octavia Spencer as Mrs. Otterton, and Alan Tudyk as Duke Weaselton.

How to watch Zootopia and stream online

You can watch Zootopia online by streaming it on Disney Plus.

To stream it, follow these steps:

  1. Sign into your account
  2. Use the search function to find Zootopia
  3. Select the movie you want to watch
  4. Zootopia will now play

Currently, Disney Plus is available for $7.99 per month with ads or $10.99 per month without ads (or for $109.99 per year). A Disney Plus subscription allows access to Disney content as well as Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, National Geographic, and Star movies and TV shows.

The official synopsis for Zootopia reads:

This action-comedy film is set in the all-animal city of Zootropolis where Officer Judy Hopps jumps at the chance to crack a case, even if it means having to work with fast-talking Nick Wilde.

For more Disney Plus updates, here’s where to stream The Marvels and watch it online. Also, here’s how to watch Moana online.

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