Here's how to watch After We Collided online

3 September 2020, 15:14 | Updated: 4 September 2020, 08:04

Is After We Collided on Netflix? If you don't want to go to the cinema, here's how and when you can watch After We Collided at home.

At last, the moment is upon us. After We Collided has finally been released in a handful of countries, after being delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

As of September 2nd, Italy, Portugal, the UK and Ireland have all been lucky enough to get a glimpse of the film, with multiple other European countries seeing the release over the rest of the week. Australia and Canada are set to get the film later in the month, with the US release date following at the start of October.

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Thankfully, AWC is also being released on VOD (Video On Demand). So for those fans who don't feel safe enough, or can't travel to a cinema to see the film on the big screen, there'll be an opportunity to purchase the movie online and stream it in the safety and comfort of your own bedroom.

Here's where and how to watch After We Collided online

After We Collided: How to watch online
After We Collided: How to watch online. Picture: Offspring Entertainment

Where to watch After We Collided online

After We Collided will be available to buy or rent on October 2nd – the same day it comes out in cinemas in the US. Based on the info that the official Twitter account has shared so far, it sounds like the VOD release will happen on the same date for every country.

The film will be available to buy on Amazon, iTunes and Google Play, as well as any other VOD service available in your country.

Will After We Collided be on Netflix?

There is currently no information about whether or not After We Collided will be added to Netflix. But seeing as After is available to stream on the platform, it's likely that it will end up there.

After was added to the service six months after its theatrical release, which means fans could see After We Collided on the platform at some point in 2021. Fingers crossed!