Key Takeaways: How to Watch Coco From Anywhere
- You can stream Coco (2017) on Disney Plus or buy or rent it on a platform like Google Play, Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video or the Microsoft Store.
- If you’re in a country where Disney Plus isn’t available, a VPN can change your IP address and let you access your account.
- We recommend ExpressVPN, NordVPN or Surfshark for streaming on Disney Plus.
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With its vibrant colors and heartfelt narrative touching on themes of family, love, identity, culture and death, animated fantasy Coco (2017) is sure to be a family favorite in many households. If Coco is on the agenda for your next movie night, but you’re traveling and can’t access your usual streaming services, this guide explains how and where to watch Coco with a VPN.
For many around the world, streaming Coco is as simple as logging in to a popular streaming service (which shall be revealed further down) and putting your feet up. However, this gets more complicated if you travel to a country where that streaming service is unavailable due to regional restrictions.
If you’re in this predicament, you can use a reputable VPN to access your streaming services as if those blocks don’t exist. Don’t worry if this is all new to you — we’ll show you how to use a VPN step by step. ExpressVPN is our top recommendation, but NordVPN and Surfshark are also great budget-friendly options.
Where to Watch Coco Movie
You can stream Coco on Disney Plus. If you prefer to watch it in Spanish, you can change your language on Disney Plus in the audio and subtitles settings.
Disney Plus is available in many countries, including the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia and several countries in Europe, Africa and Asia. Unfortunately, it’s not available everywhere, including in Cyprus, Belarus, China, Russia, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and Ghana.
If you have an account but are traveling to a country where Disney Plus is unavailable, connecting to a VPN is the solution. You can also do this if Coco is missing from Disney Plus in your country.
If you want to sign up for Disney Plus from a location where it’s unavailable, there are a few extra steps involved. Disney Plus is payment-restricted, meaning your payment method (like a credit card) will only work if it’s linked to a country where Disney Plus is available.
To get around this, you can get a prepaid virtual U.S. credit card like StatesCard. Our guide on how to pay for Disney Plus explains this more thoroughly.
Which Streaming Services Have Coco?
Coco is only available to stream on Disney Plus (except for Hotstar in India), but if you don’t want to get a subscription, you can buy or rent Coco on various sites.
- Apple TV
- Google Play Movies
- Microsoft Store
- Amazon Prime Video
Buy and rental platforms and availability can vary by country.
Is Coco on Netflix?
No, Disney Plus is Coco’s current home. However, if you’re interested in exploring more animated fantasy content on Netflix than is available in your country, you can get an IP address in another country by connecting to a VPN.
How to Access Other Netflix Libraries
Netflix’s content selection is vast, but rather than having the same content everywhere, the platform is split into different libraries. In every country Netflix is available in, there is a unique selection of content.
Some content, Netflix originals in particular, is a staple on the platform no matter where you are. On the other hand, some shows and movies are only available to stream in certain countries due to distribution rights. Fortunately, you can change your Netflix library with a VPN if you want to explore what’s on offer in other countries.
To do so, subscribe to and download a VPN, connect to a server in the country with the Netflix library you want to access and log in to Netflix as usual. For example, if you’d like to check out the vast American Netflix library but are outside the U.S., connect to a server in the U.S.
How to Watch Coco for Free
Unfortunately, Coco isn’t available for free anywhere, and Disney Plus doesn’t offer any free trials. That said, you might be able to get Disney Plus for free or on a free trial basis as a perk of some cellular plans in the U.S. Check out our guide on how to get a Disney Plus free trial for more information on this.
How to Watch Coco With a VPN
Here is a tutorial on how to access Disney Plus with a VPN in locations where the platform is unavailable.
It’s illegal to use a VPN in a few countries, including in North Korea and Belarus, and VPN use is restricted in some countries, like China and Russia.
Though it’s rare to hear about tourists getting in trouble for VPN use, there could be consequences if you’re caught with one on your device, especially in hostile locations. Research local laws thoroughly before you travel and check out our guide on where VPNs are illegal or restricted to learn more.
- Purchase a VPN Subscription
Go to the website of a VPN with a solid security record (recommendations further down) and subscribe to a plan. You can benefit from a 30-day money-back guarantee with many reputable providers.
- Download the VPN to Your Device
Download the app for your device by following the post-signup prompts or clicking the “download VPN” tab. Open the download file and install the VPN.
- Connect to a Server
Launch the VPN’s app and connect to a server in a country where Disney Plus is available (like the United States).
- Launch Disney Plus
Open Disney Plus, log in and start streaming Coco.
The Best VPNs for Watching Coco
For venturing to Coco’s richly colorful land of the dead from faraway lands in this world, we recommend VPNs with a solid track record of bypassing geoblocks. In addition, all of these providers have obfuscation, which masks VPN use. This is an important security feature, especially in restrictive locations.
- Automatic obfuscation
- Easy to use apps
- Watertight security
If this is to be your first time using a VPN, ExpressVPN is the best choice because of its seamless user experience and beginner-friendliness. Even using extra security features like obfuscation is simple with ExpressVPN — all you need to do is enable the automatic protocol and obfuscation is applied by default on all servers.
We love ExpressVPN’s no-nonsense approach, commitment to security and its consistently strong performance with streaming services. On the other hand, we wish it were a little cheaper. Fortunately, ExpressVPN’s plans come with a 30-day money-back guarantee, so you have a safety net if it’s not your cup of tea. Our ExpressVPN review explores the finer details.
- Good desktop UI
- Great global speeds
- Cheap long-term plans
- Manual obfuscation switch
The synopsis accompanying Coco’s trailer talks of the “stunning and colorful Land of the Dead,” and these two adjectives could also be used to describe NordVPN’s sophisticated world map interface. NordVPN takes you to faraway lands with a single click on the world map, and its speeds are the best on average, even edging ahead of our top overall pick, ExpressVPN.
On the flip side, using NordVPN’s extra features, like obfuscation, can be a bit less straightforward. It’s nothing too complicated, but you do have to enable obfuscation in “advanced settings,” and then select an obfuscated server from a list.
Nevertheless, NordVPN is a secure, fast and inexpensive VPN (with a 30-day money-back guarantee) if you pick a long-term plan. Learn more about what we like with NordVPN in our full NordVPN review.
- Great value for money
- Unlimited connections
- Automatic obfuscation
- High latency in U.S. & U.K.
Here at Cloudwards, we have a special place in our hearts for Surfshark because its long-term plans ask for little and offer a lot. Though the one-month plans are pricey (this is standard with VPN providers), the long-term plans cost only a few dollars per month, and you can choose from several of them.
Like ExpressVPN, Surfshark obfuscates your traffic automatically. In Surfshark’s case, you just need to connect to OpenVPN for automatic obfuscation. In terms of cons, Surfshark’s latency is high on U.S. and U.K. servers, though its worldwide performance is good. Check out our Surfshark review, and try out the service for yourself with its 30-day money-back guarantee.
- Unlimited GB bandwidth, Unlimited devices, Secure VPN, Ad blocker, Cookie pop-up blocker.
- Unlimited GB
Coco Characters, Cast & Plot
Coco (2017), directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina, is the tale of Miguel, a young boy with a passion for music. Though he dreams of becoming a musician himself one day, Miguel’s family history forbids this: His great-great grandmother, Imelda, placed a lifelong ban on music in her family after her musician husband abandoned her, leaving her daughter Coco in her care.
In spite of this, Miguel dreams on, and his guitar playing one day sends him on an extraordinary journey to the Land of the Dead, where he seeks out his great-great-grandfather, the accomplished musician Ernesto de la Cruz. Once there, Miguel finds out much more than he had bargained for.
There have been rumors of a potential Coco 2, but nothing official has been announced as of yet. The main voice cast of Coco includes:
|Hector||Gael García Bernal|
|Ernesto de la Cruz||Benjamin Bratt|
Whether you can’t wait to find out the real story of Miguel’s family history or you loved the film so much the first time that you want to watch it again, a VPN can help you out if you’re having trouble accessing Disney Plus from your location.
Getting a Disney Plus subscription along with a VPN can help you access a lot of family-friendly films as well as geo-restricted shows such as Bluey, that’s difficult to find in major streaming platforms. ExpressVPN is our recommendation, but NordVPN and Surfshark’s long-term plans are excellent alternatives that are easier on the wallet.
What’s your favorite movie or show on Disney Plus? Do you use a VPN to watch Disney Plus while traveling? Have your say in the comments below, and thanks for reading.
FAQ: Stream Coco Online From Anywhere
You can buy or rent Coco on Amazon Prime Video in several countries, but it isn’t available to stream with a Prime subscription.
No, it’s on Disney Plus.
You can watch Coco on Disney Plus in Spanish by adjusting your audio and language settings.
It’s called Coco in reference to the main character’s great-grandmother.