Here’s Where to Stream All the ‘John Wick’ Movies Online

Here’s Where to Stream All the ‘John Wick’ Movies Online

Whether you’re looking to stream ‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ or catch up on the first three movies, here’s where to watch every Baba Yaga blockbuster online

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John Wick: Chapter 4 has just become available to stream, following critical praise and a box office take bigger than any of the franchise’s past entries. The latest film sees Wick — played as always by Keanu Reeves in a slim black suit — on a mission to gain his freedom by taking down the High Table. Some familiar faces are back, including Winston (Ian McShane), Charon (Lance Reddick), and the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne), as well as new ones like the Marquis (Bill Skarsgård).

If you’re looking to stream any of the John Wick films — including Chapter 4 — read on. Below is a full guide on where to watch every John Wick movie online.

Buy John Wick: Chapter 4 $19.99

Where to Stream John Wick: Chapter 4 Online

John Wick: Chapter 4 has just become available to stream online on Amazon Prime Video. However, as of writing, the only way to watch John Wick: Chapter 4 online is to purchase the movie for $19.99. The film should become available to rent on Prime Video and to stream on other streaming platforms soon, but until then you’ll need to buy it on Prime to stream online.

Buy John Wick: Chapter 4 $19.99

Where to Watch John Wick 1-3 Online

Peacock currently has the first three John Wick movies available to stream, including John Wick, John Wick: Chapter 2, and John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum.

To watch John Wick on Peacock, you’ll just need a subscription to the streaming service. A subscription to Peacock costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 a year for the ad-supported Premium plan. There’s also an ad-free plan, Premium Plus, which costs $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year. The Premium Plus tier also lets you download content to watch offline (say, on a plane). (Peacock used to have a free tier, but that has since been removed for new users).

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Deal: Right now, you can get a year of Peacock Premium for just $19.99 with code SUMMEROFPEACOCK. That breaks down to just $1.67 per month.

Buy Peacock Subscription $4.99

Whichever Peacock plan you chose, you’ll be able to watch every John Wick movie online at no additional cost.

Besides the John Wick movies, Peacock carries hundreds of movies and TV shows to stream once you’ve finished streaming the Wick films. Plus, Peacock Premium Plus members can also access some live content like WWE, Sunday Night Football, Premier League, and select golf tournaments.

Buy Peacock Subscription $4.99


How to Stream John Wick Movies Without Peacock

Don’t want to sign up for Peacock? You’ve still got a couple of options to watch the first three John Wick movies.

Another way to watch John Wick movies online is to rent or buy each one through Amazon Prime Video, where each movie costs $3.99 to rent or $7.99 to buy. Alternatively, you can buy the first three movies as a digital bundle for $14.99 on Amazon. With Amazon digital rentals, you’ll get 30 days to start the movie and 48 hours to finish it once you’ve started.

Buy John Wick $7.99

If you want to go physical, you can also pick up a DVD or Blu-Ray box set containing the first three John Wick movies.


Buy John Wick: Chapters 1-3 [DVD] $18.58

John Wick Spin-Offs Release Dates, Details

John Wick: Chapter 4 is likely the last Reeves-led entry, but a spin-off movie and TV show have both been announced.

Next year we’ll get a prequel film, Ballerina, led by Ana de Armas as the assassin Rooney. The main cast of the Ballerina is largely similar to the John Wick installments with McShane’s Winston, Reddick’s Charon, and even Reeves as Wick all making an appearance. Anjelica Huston is also set to star in the film as “The Director.”

Sometime this year or next, we’ll get the miniseries The Continental, which follows the backstory of Wick’s ally Winston Scott as he becomes the proprietor of The Continental hotel. That show is confirmed to star Mel Gibson alongside Colin Woodell as a young Scott.

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