‘F9,’ the latest movie in the ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise, is now available to stream at home just one month after it hit theaters.

After an impressive debut in theaters, “F9: The Fast Saga” is now available to rent for $20 through video-on-demand (VOD) services. The early streaming release comes about a month after the movie’s theatrical premiere on June 25. 

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Directed by Justin Lin, “F9” is the ninth installment in the “Fast & Furious” series. The action movie features Vin Diesel and John Cena as feuding brothers. “F9” delivers a constant rush of adrenaline with all the wild car chases and extreme stunts the franchise is known for.

“F9” also honors the late Paul Walker who died in a car accident in 2013. Walker played Brian O’Conner in the first seven “Fast & Furious” movies. For more details about how the film pays tribute to Walker, read Insider’s interview with director Justin Lin.

Where to watch ‘F9’ online

“F9” is now available to watch at home through video-on-demand services. You can rent the movie for $20 from Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, FandangoNow, YouTube, Microsoft Movies, and Apple TV. The film’s streaming debut comes just one month after it premiered in theaters.

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Once you rent a title, most VOD platforms give you 30 days to begin watching a movie. After the movie is started, you typically have 48 hours before your rental expires. 

Rental options range from standard definition (SD) to 4K UHD with high dynamic range (HDR), but the price is $20 no matter what quality you choose. You can access VOD services on most smart TVs, mobile devices, streaming players, and web browsers. 

In addition to VOD services, “F9” is likely to arrive on HBO Max or Peacock later this year, but an official release date has not been announced. 

Where can I watch other ‘Fast & Furious’ movies?

The best streaming services for watching movies from the “Fast & Furious” franchise are Peacock and HBO Max.

You can stream three of the “Fast & Furious” movies for free with ad-supported Peacock:

Just one month after its release in theaters, F9 is available to stream online on a variety of platforms. F9 puts Dominic Toretto’s (Vin Diesel) love for family to the test, pitting Dom against his long-lost brother Jakob Toretto (John Cena). Though Jakob hasn’t been mentioned in The Fast Saga before, he apparently followed his older brother’s example and became an international spy. Jakob’s mission is to hold the world’s weapons hostage, and Dom and his crew of car-loving action heroes are the only ones who stand in his way. Justin Lin directs the film, which brings back Fast and Furious mainstays, such as Jordana Brewster, Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, and Michelle Rodriguez.

Besides stunts that defy both gravity and logic, F9 also includes several exciting returns for The Fast Saga. Han (Sung Kang) finally returns from the dead, making a surprising appearance in the franchise. He wasn’t killed by Shaw (Jason Statham) after all, and there’s even a scene that hints at Han getting the justice he deserves. Paul Walker’s character, Brian O’Conner, also receives a touching tribute, with a surprise scene including a shot of his iconic blue car. Additionally, the crew from Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift returns to help Ludacris fly a car into outer space. Even Coronas are back after a strange absence in The Fate of the Furious.

There are a variety of ways to stream F9 online. The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the movie industry, including affecting the latest installment in The Fast Saga. The film initially wrapped production in 2019 and was scheduled to release in 2020. However, F9 was subsequently delayed numerous times due to the pandemic, finally releasing in the United States on June 25, 2021. Now, around a month after its initial release, F9 is available for video-on-demand (VOD) and streaming rentals.

How & Where To Watch F9 On-Demand

F9 officially hit VOD services on July 30. The film is available for rent for around $20 across platforms, with viewing options ranging from standard definition to 4K. Once a movie is rented and watched on VOD, it can generally be accessed for 48 hours, though different services may vary. Streaming rental options include Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, FandangoNow, YouTube, Microsoft Movies, Apple TV, and Google Play Store.

When Will Fast & Furious 9 Go To Streaming?

In addition to renting, F9 will eventually be available on streaming platforms, though it may take a while. Historically, it’s taken months for The Fast Saga to arrive on streaming platforms. For instance, Fate of the Furious and its raining cars arrived on HBO’s streaming services around nine months after its initial release date. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has adjusted many release schedules, so the actual release date is TBD. As a Universal release, F9 will likely make its way to Peacock, NBCUniversal’s streaming service, or HBO Max, given Universal’s current deal with HBO, at some point in the future.