A new take on a familiar title, Home Sweet Home Alone will arrive in homes via Disney+ on Friday, November 12. When 10-year-old Max Mercer is left behind for the holidays, he revels in his freedom to party, eat junk, and have the house to himself. But like his predecessor, he must soon use his childish wiles to protect the family home from burglars intent on stealing a priceless family heirloom. Let wackiness ensue. Read on to learn how you can watch Home Sweet Home Alone.
- When Does Home Sweet Home Alone Premiere: Friday, November 12
- Where to Watch Home Sweet Home Alone: Disney+ (subscribe)
How To Watch Home Sweet Home Alone on Disney+
To watch Home Sweet Home Alone in your home on November 12, you will need the following:
- An internet connection
- A subscription to Disney+
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About Home Sweet Home Alone
From the studio that brought you the original Home Alone (and six more films to boot) comes an all-new adventure in the holiday film franchise. Home Sweet Home Alone features a new precocious child, Max Mercer, perhaps even more due to his British accent. When a scheduling error divides his large family between two flights to Japan for the holidays, the family doesn’t realize they’ve left without one member in the chaos. Max delights in the freedom to have the whole house to himself, dine on whatever junk he wants, and play all day and night. But when a couple tries to break into the house to steal a family heirloom, Max must use all his childish antics to keep them at bay. Starring Archie Yates as Max, Ellie Kemper (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Rob Delaney (Catastrophe) as burglars Pam and Jeff Fritzovski, and Irish actress Aisling Bea (This Way Up) as Max’s distraught mother. The film also features a cameo from Devin Ratray, who reprises his role of Buzz McCallister from the original two films, now a grown-up police officer.