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Where to Stream Every Fast and Furious Movie Online in 2023

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10 beloved films and a $6 billion box-office haul have cemented Fast and Furious as one of Hollywood's most iconic and successful action franchises. Over 22 years, the modest street-racing series has evolved into a globetrotting (even spacefaring) saga that doubles as a high-octane soap opera for gearheads.

With Fast X out in May, we've compiled this guide on where you can watch all of the Fast and Furious movies right now.

Where to Watch the Fast and Furious Movies Online

With Fast X on the horizon, many moviegoers are looking for the easiest ways to watch the series' previous nine entries (and one spinoff). Unfortunately, not all of the Fast movies are available to stream with subscription services — five are available on Peacock and several others through DirecTV, FuboTV, or Sling. However, all ten films can at least be rented or purchased on Amazon or YouTube.

Here's our full breakdown of how to watch the Fast & Furious movies online in 2023:

What's the Best Order to Watch the Fast and Furious Movies?

Navigating the twists and turns of the Fast franchise requires navigational assistance. The movies can easily be watched by release date (i.e., as they were released). However, those looking to watch the series by narrative chronology may need a bit of guidance.

Our how to watch the Fast and Furious movies in order explainer can help. Check out the gallery below or click the link in the previous sentence for our breakdown of the Fast and Furious chronology.

The Fast and Furious Movies in (Chronological) Order

Fast X Release Date

Once you complete your Fast and Furious binge, you won't have to wait long for the series' next entry. Fast X hits theaters on May 19. Fast X, the franchise's second-to-last film, pits Dom Toretto and co. against "the most lethal opponent they’ve ever faced" in Jason Momoa's Dante Reyes.

Looking to stream more action movies? Take a look at our current list of the best action movies on Netflix.

Jordan covers games, shows, and movies as a freelance writer for IGN.

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