Are you wondering, is Knives Out on Netflix? Or where else you can stream the comedy whodunit film? Read this guide to find out.
Knives Out is an entertaining yet suspenseful whodunit tale that sees a detective come and investigate the mysterious death of crime novelist Harlan Thrombey. But soon, Detective Benoit Blanc has his hands full as the dysfunctional yet eccentric Thrombey family all become suspects in the case.
With a star-studded cast of Daniel Craig, Ana De Armas, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Christopher Plummer, and many more, it’s no surprise that this film shot to popularity after its release in 2019.
Knives Out was a box office hit, pulling in $165 million in the US and more than $311 million worldwide.
It also went on to be nominated for Best Picture — Musical/Comedy at the 2020 Golden Globes.
A sequel called Glass Onion is now on the way and is expected to be released in late 2022.
If you fancy giving this film a watch, or even a rewatch, you may be wondering if it’s available on Netflix and other streaming platforms.
Is Knives Out on Netflix?
Where to stream Knives Out in the US
Viewers in the US can stream Knives Out on Prime Video however you will have to rent or buy it. It's currently $3.49 to rent or $14.99 to buy.
Prime Video is currently the cheapest place to rent, although this may of course change.
The Google Play Store is another place you can buy the movie along with YouTube.
Where to stream Knives Out in the UK
Knives Out is available to watch on Sky TV through its Sky Store, where you can buy or rent it.
It’s also accessible on Virgin TV Go which is available to Virgin TV customers, where you can get many TV bundles and packages. Plus it's also available through Prime Video, where it's currently listed as £3.49 to rent and just £3.99 to buy, which seems a bargain for such a good film.
Can I buy Knives Out?
Yes, there are many options as listed above including Prime Video.
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