After We Collided release time: Here's when it comes out in your country
22 October 2020, 18:04 | Updated: 23 October 2020, 18:03
After We Collided is released on October 23rd. Here's what time it comes out on VOD in your country.
After facing delays due to the pandemic, After We Collided is officially being released in the United States on October 23rd.
As well as landing in select cinemas across the country, After We Collided will also be available to stream worldwide on on-demand services. That means you'll finally be able to watch the film from the comfort of your own home, whether you're in the UK, Australia, Brazil or anywhere else in the world.
But what time does it come out? Will it be on Netflix? How much will it cost to rent or buy?
If you're planning on staying up to watch it, or thinking about watching it with friends on Friday night, here's everything you need to know about when it will be available in your country.
When will After We Collided be released online?
What time does After We Collided come out?
The release time depends on which VOD service you're using, but the film should be available to rent or buy on Apple TV at 12am ET. If you've pre-ordered the film, you should get an email that tells you when it becomes available to download.
If you live outside of the US, here's when After We Collided should be available to buy on Apple TV:
Brazil (Rio De Janiero) - 1am
United Kingdom and Ireland - 5am
Europe (France, Spain, Germany etc) - 6am
Japan (Tokyo) - 1pm
Australia - 12pm (Perth), 3pm (Sydney)
New Zealand (Auckland) - 5pm
Will After We Collided be on Netflix?
After We Collided will not be available to stream on Netflix.
The film is being released on on-demand platforms first. You will only be able to rent or buy the film on October 23rd.
There's currently no confirmation about when or if it will arrive on Netflix. The first film dropped on the streaming platform six months after After hit cinemas. If AWC does eventually arrive on Netflix, it'll likely at some point in early 2021.