It’s time for another instalment of that unlikely duo, Sam Wilson and Bucky, this time coming face-to-face with the brand new Captain America and Battlestar. Yes, you can watch The Falcon and the Winter Solider, episode 5 today, continuing the MCU’s next move into Phase Four. Following on from the great success of WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Solider gets back to what Marvel does best, boasting action-packed, explosive scenes one comes to expect from blockbuster superheroes.
Read on as we explain how to watch The Falcon and the Winter Solider online and stream all-new episode 4 by getting Disney Plus from just $7.99/£7.99 today.
How to watch The Falcon and the Winter Solider episode 5
Release date: April 16
Release time: midnight PT / 3am ET / 8am GMT / 7pm AEDT
Cast: Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Wyatt Russell, Erin Kellyman
Director: Kari Skogland
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*Warning: spoilers for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier episode 4, The Avengers and other Marvel content exist below. Scroll down to avoid these and get straight to our The Falcon and the Winter Solider streaming guide*
Last week’s episode of The Falcon and the Winter Solider continued to do what Marvel does best, keeping the sides between good and evil well and truly in the murky, grey area. Yes, Wilson and Barnes work alongside the new Captain America and Battlestar towards a common goal of securing the capture of Zemo before a whole hoard of his other enemies can get him first.
Fighting against Dora Milaje, who want Zemo to face justice for the bombing that killed the Wakanda’s former king, TChaka, this epic fight scenes proves to be the perfect distraction for Zemo to make his escape. Obviously.
From the Flag Smashers to Karlie to Sharon Carter, it’s uncertain who to trust. What’s more, Zemo poses some interesting questions: Are Super-Soldiers inherently a bad thing?
You can learn more by reading our full The Falcon and the Winter Solider episode 4 recap, which also includes full spoilers. Or, read on for how to watch The Falcon and the Winter Solider online and stream episode 5 wherever you are right now. Looking to save some time and get straight to the next episode? All you need is a great value Disney Plus subscription!
How to watch The Falcon and the Winter Solider episode 5 online with Disney Plus today
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