Film lovers can unlock HOURS of “hidden” content for FREE on Disney+ at the touch of a button

MOVIE fans are discovering ways to watch hours of “hidden” content for free on the site Disney+ app.

The popular streaming service, which rolls out new content every month, may have more to offer viewers than they realize.

The popular streaming service offers new content every month


The popular streaming service offers new content every monthPhoto credit: Getty

The Hidden Features button gives fans the opportunity to watch hours of additional content from their favorite movies and TV shows.

To access the additional hours, fans should go to the “Extras” tab under the play button.

Trailers, deleted scenes, gag reels and behind-the-scenes looks are waiting for you here.

Although not every film or series has additional content, it is worth checking to see if your favorite film has additional content.

And it’s not the only free “hidden” feature streaming fans have found in the app.

Parents have stumbled upon something that can keep their children entertained for hours.

Courtney Nikole shared a genius hack on TikTok that might be the perfect way to keep the kids busy over the Christmas holidays.

To her viewers’ surprise, the mom reveals that Disney+ actually has a “hidden” auto-play feature.

“That’s right, we figured it out,” she says.

Courtney cuts to a clip of her television screen showing her family profiles.

She clicks on the profile and scrolls to one of her children’s accounts before revealing the little-known secret.

“Under Profiles, you go to edit profiles and select the one you want,” she explained.

Once you enter the profile settings, you will be presented with a selection of options including profile name, profile avatar, background video, app language and parental controls.

And hides in the middle of the list in the autoplay function.

“Turning Auto Player on and off is exactly the right thing to do,” she emphasized.

Jake Nichol

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