It’s been some time since the legendary buddy-cop comedy Turner & Hooch and its lovable canine co-star popularized audiences, and now Disney is bringing the story to a whole new generation of viewers as a television series. Exclusively on the streaming service Disney +, the new series Turner & Hooch follows the ambitious US marshal Scott Turner, who suddenly inherits a large and unruly dog after the death of his father and soon discovers that there is more to his new friend than meets the eye.
To see the new Turner & Hooch series, you’ll need a Disney + subscription. If you’re wondering how to sign up for Disney +, how much the service costs, or how to watch for free, see the sections below.
Disney’s Turner & Hooch: When and Where
The remake series Turner & Hooch premieres on Disney + this Wednesday, July 21st at 3 p.m. ET. At this point, only the first episode will be available, with new episodes premiering simultaneously on the following Wednesdays. The first season should include a total of 12 episodes.
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Turner & Hooch is coming to Disney + this week. Disney + members can stream new episodes every Wednesday every week.
How do you get a free Disney + trial?
While Disney + has offered a free trial in the past, it hasn’t been available for months. Unfortunately, there is currently no way to join Disney + for free. However, the service is one of the cheapest on the market. For currency conversions, prices vary depending on the country you live in ($ 6.99 / £ 5.99 / AU $ 8.99), although you can save and cut even lower monthly costs by opting for a full year instead of membership. You can get the full rundown of Disney + monthly and yearly pricing in your country through this Disney + guide or choose from the plans below.
There’s another Disney + package out there that includes Hulu and ESPN + streaming services from just $ 13.99 per month. If you are already a subscriber to one of these services, you can save money every month by switching to this bundled offer. You can now also choose Hulu with no ads if you opt for this package.
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