Is Moana on Netflix? Where to Watch in Canada

Netflix has no shortage of animated movies. From action to comedy and fantasy, you can find tons of content to stream. A Disney movie that captured everyone’s heart in 2016 is Moana. The 3D animated musical adventure movie became a worldwide sensation along with Zootopia.

If you are hoping to rewatch Moana, read on to find out where you can watch the movie.

Is Moana on Netflix Canada?

Moana is not available on Netflix Canada. It is not available on Netflix anywhere in the world due to licensing rights. The animated movie was removed from Netflix in 2018, after the expiration of its contract with Disney. 

After the deal with Disney fell out, all of its content was removed from Netflix. For now, there is no news on whether the movie will make it back to Netflix any time soon.

Where can I watch Moana in Canada?

Moana is a Disney movie and is available to watch on Disney’s own streaming service called Disney Plus. You can watch Moana on Disney Plus in Canada. 


Disney Plus has a lot of amazing movies and shows like Star Wars series like The Mandalorian, and Marvel movies and shows.

However, some of its shows and movies like The Punisher and Grey’s Anatomy are not available on Canadian Disney Plus and are only available to stream on US Disney Plus.

To watch US Disney Plus in Canada and unblock all shows you can use a VPN. With a VPN service, you would be able to get a US IP address which will enable you to access US movies and shows on Disney+ from Canada.

Using a VPN app, you can also watch other popular shows and movies online in Canada like Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, Shameless, Arrow, and more.

What is Moana About


Moana is a well-celebrated animated musical about a young girl, who sets out on a mission to save the people of her village that have been stuck with a blight. The viewers may feel this has a similar lilt to it as the very famous feature film Brave, and even Lilo And Stitch.

The director was fascinated by the Polynesian culture of the islands bound to the east in the regions of New Zealand where people hold great importance to the sea, the sky, and the earth with many tales of goddesses, voyages, and battles. This is how he came up with Moana.

Moana also got nominated for the Oscars and has a rating of 7.6 on IMDB.

Moana (2016) Trailer

You can watch the trailer of Moana here:

Moana Voice Cast

  • Auli’i Cravalho as Moana
  • Rachel House as Gramma Tala
  • Dwayne Johnson as Maui
  • Temuera Morrison as Chief Tui
  • Alan Tudyk as Heihei
  • Oscar Knightley as Fisherman
  • Jemaine Clement as Tomatoa
  • Nicole Scherzinger as Sina

List of devices you can watch Moana on Disney+

You can watch Moana on Disney Plus anywhere on the following devices:

  • Android TV
  • Android phones, tablets, PC
  • Apple TV
  • Google Chromecast
  • iPhone, iPad
  • MacBook
  • Windows
  • Amazon FireTV, Firestick
  • LG Smart TV
  • Samsung Smart TV
  • Roku
  • Xbox
  • PlayStation 4


Where can I watch Moana in Canada?

You are now able to stream Moana on Disney Plus in Canada. It is available to stream in the US and Canada on the platform and will eventually be available worldwide.

Did Netflix remove Moana?

Moana left Netflix along with other Disney movies. All Walt Disney movies like Moana are not available to stream on Disney Plus exclusively.

Will there be Moana 2?

Although we don’t have an official trailer for the Moana sequel, the movie is set to release in 2024. However, there is no official news about the sequel.

Is Moana on any streaming service?

Moana, featuring Auli’i Cravalho, and Dwayne Johnson is now available to stream on Disney Plus, Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV, and Redbox.


If you are hoping to revisit Moana, you won’t be able to find the movie on Netflix. Right now, the movie is available to stream on Disney Plus Canada. Just tune in to Disney Plus and watch the animated movie anytime.

Disney Plus also has other amazing content that you can stream like Marvel movies, Star Wars movies, and Pixar movies. Have fun.

Emily is a tech and entertainment writer who loves the art of writing for research-based articles in different niches. As she translates her thoughts into words, they inspire others to do so too!