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BTS is treating the ARMY to an epic delve into their 10-year journey as a K-pop group with an eight part docuseries titled BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star. The new limited-series will premiere the first two episodes on Wednesday (Dec. 20) exclusively on Disney+.
In case the BTS biography and Funko Pops! weren’t enough, each part of the docuseries will focus on defining moments in the group’s career including from before their start, how BTS was formed, their solo projects and moments ahead to their anticipated reunion in 2025. ARMY can also get excited for never-before-seen interviews, performances and behind-the-scenes moments with RM, Jin, SUGA, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook.
Other pivotal points that will be highlighted include their preparation for their debut, their struggles during the “Danger” period, discussing their first concerts, their debut at the American Music Awards and the Billboard Music Awards, what it was like becoming stars in America, speaking at the UN as well as personal moments like what it was like for them to meet each other for the first time, J-Hope’s surprise birthday party, Jung Kook’s high school graduation ceremony and more, according to Disney+.
You can expect two episodes to drop every Wednesday starting Dec. 20 until Jan. 10 for a total of episodes.
Keep reading to learn your streaming options.
How to Watch BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star
Starting Wednesday (Dec. 20), you can indulge in the first two episodes of BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star with two episodes dropping every following Wednesday. The docuseries will be airing exclusively on Disney+, which means you’ll need a subscription in order to watch the limited-series. If you have a subscription to Disney+ already, then you’ll be able to watch every episode for no additional cost. All you need to do is log into your account on Wednesday and it’ll be under new releases.
Don’t have a Disney+ account? The streaming platform doesn’t offer a free trial, but it is one of the most affordable streaming options out there with plans starting at $7.99/month. Click here or the button below to start your membership.
There are various plans you can choose from depending on what your budget is. The most basic plan is ad-supported and is just $7.99/month (or $79.99/year) with ads. You can also save additional money with Disney+ bundle, which includes ESPN+ and Hulu from $13/month. You’ll gain access to the entire Disney+ library including original series, movies and content from affiliates like National Geographic, Marvel and more.
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Another money-saving option is to join Disney+ through Verizon. Right now, Verizon customers can get the Disney+ Bundle for $10/month with Verizon’s MyPlan, which can help save up to $4.99/month. It’s also customizable, which means you can toggle off the perks that you don’t want.
Content you can look forward to watching includes Peter Pan & Wendy, Muppets Mayhem, Ed Sheeran: The Sum of It All, J-Hope in the Box, SUGA Road to D-Day, The Prouder Family: Louder & Prouder, WandaVision, The Mandalorian, Loki, The Book of Boba Fett, The Beatles Get Back, The Simpsons, Welcome to Earth and Called to the Wild and more.
Check out the trailer for BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star below.
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