How to Watch 'Moon Knight' To Find Out What the Heck Is Up With Oscar Isaac's Accent

Do you keep up with every Marvel Cinematic Universe release, including all the streaming shows? Or, do you just have a particular interest in the latest one because of one Mr. Oscar Isaac? Regardless of what camp you fall into, if you’re interested in watching Moon Knight, you’ve come to the right place.

In the new series, which premieres March 30, Isaac stars as Marc Spector, a man who has dissociative identity disorder, which presents itself as Spector living multiple lives. Plus, he’s the vigilante Moon Knight and has inherited the powers of an Egyptian moon god, which, you know, complicates things. By the way, Isaac’s questionable English accent in the trailer? That’s on purpose.

Intrigued? Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Moon Knight.

Where can I watch Moon Knight?

Like all of the MCU shows, Moon Knight will be streaming on Disney+. Unfortunately, the service doesn’t offer a free trial anymore, so you’ll have to pay the $7.99/month… or find someone with an account to let you watch.

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When do the episodes come out?

The first episode of Moon Knight premieres on Wednesday, March 30. But, unlike some streaming shows that have all the episodes come out at once, all six episodes of Moon Knight will be released on a weekly basis. This means all the episodes will be available on May 4 after the final one is out.

Will there be a second season?

Moon Knight is a miniseries, so unless that changes, there won’t be another season.

The Marvel TV shows are a mix of limited (ex. WandaVision) and returning series (ex. Loki), and Isaac himself has spoken about Moon Knight being a limited series.

“I don’t know how the process was for you because it’s a feature film, we’re a limited series,” he said in a conversation with Morbius star Jared Leto for Variety. “There was a lot of room to try stuff because there wasn’t the pressure that we got to make sure we make however many hundreds of millions of dollars on the opening weekend. So we could make it very point-of-view. We could make very weird decisions.”

You can check out those “very weird decisions” on Disney+ starting March 30. Got it?

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