Where to Watch John Wick Movies Online: The Streaming Guide to John Wick

In an age of superhero movies and family flicks, John Wick‘s success is somewhat surprising. Starring ’90s action hero Keanu Reeves as the titular character, the violent franchise follows a retired assassin as he’s forced back into the criminal underworld he thought he’d left behind. During his quest for vengeance (which starts with a truly tragic canine death), viewers are treated to the inner workings of The Continental, a safe haven for hitmen ruled by the High Table. 

Three movies make up the current John Wick saga, and a fourth is on the way. With each release more popular than the last, it’s time to sit down and witness the master of assassination for yourself. Thankfully, streaming services have made it possible to do just that without leaving your house or splashing out for cable. Read on for where to watch John Wick.

Your Guide on Where to Stream John Wick Movies

There are several options for streaming each of the John Wick movies. A subscription to fuboTV, Sling TV, or Peacock will give you access to all three installments – John Wick, John Wick: Chapter 2, and John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum.

A fuboTV subscription, starting at $65/mo., will also get you live channels and an on-demand library that includes John Wick: Chapter 2. fuboTV’s starter plan has 100+ channels and 250 hours of DVR space and also offers a 7-day free trial to try before committing.

Another streaming service that offers John Wick: Chapter 2 is Sling TV. With a Sling Blue or Sling Orange subscription for $35/mo., you’ll have on demand access to all three movies. If you’re a new Sling TV subscriber, your first month is just $10. You can also get both Sling Blue and Sling Orange together for $50 — a savings of $20/mo. from subscribing separately. 

Your last option is through Peacock, which actually could be your best option. All three John Wick movies are on Peacock — through the free account. Though you can upgrade to a Peacock Premium account, you don’t actually have to do that to watch these films. With your free account, you will have ads during the movies, so keep that in mind. A premium account, which gets you access to more content on the streaming app, will cost just $5/mo.  

Here’s how much all of these various streaming options will cost you:

Provider
Price
Sling Blue$35/mo.
fuboTV$65/mo.
PeacockUp to $5/mo.

Renting vs. Buying John Wick

You can rent and buy all the movies in the John Wick franchise. Prime Video, Apple TV, Vudu, YouTube, and Google Play all give you access to Reeves’ masterful performances.

Both standard definition (SD) and high definition (HD) rentals tend to cost $4. Sites like Vudu also offer 4K rentals for the same price. In most cases, you’ll have 30 days to start watching your rented movie and 48 hours to finish once you’ve hit play. After that, it’ll disappear from your library. Some sites, however, have different terms. Microsoft only gives you 14 days to start watching titles, and Vudu only allows 24 hours to finish a film.

When it comes to buying John Wick titles, prices can vary. The cheapest purchases are typically around $10 (for SD versions), while the most expensive can be around $15 (for HD). However, the third movie can be even costlier, with some sites charging $20 to buy HD or ultra-high-definition (UHD) versions. 

If you want a three-in-one deal, you’re in luck. You can buy all of the current John Wick movies for between $28 and $30 via the likes of Microsoft and Vudu. Vudu also has a disc and digital option for the first movie, which will give you both a digital copy (in SD or HD) and a DVD or Blu-ray. 

How to Stream John Wick Movies in Order

Watching the John Wick franchise in order simply involves watching the movies by release date. Start with the first film, then work your way up to Chapter 3 – Parabellum to really understand who John is and what’s driving his thirst for vengeance.

John Wick (2014)

When gangsters take away the few things he cares about, former hitman John Wick (Keanu Reeves) is forced to return to his once violent life. Taking to New York City, he seeks revenge the only way he knows how: by aiming to kill every last one of the thugs and the man who sent them, Iosef Tarasov (Alfie Allen). Even a plea from an old boss, played by Michael Nyqvist, won’t slow John down. The movie also stars Willem Dafoe as the father figure of a legendary group of assassins.

Available on: Peacock, Sling TV, fuboTV

John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)

Yet another gangster shows up at John’s home. Instead of ransacking it, he asks John to repay a big debt. John is forced to abide by the oath he once swore and travels to Italy to take out one of the gangster’s family rivals. But his official appearance back into the world of assassins results in a million-dollar bounty being placed on his head. A bounty that only grows when he is betrayed and forced to break a sacred law respected by all those in his profession. Expect to see familiar face Laurence Fishburne in the role of an underground crime lord.

Available on: Peacock, Sling TV, fuboTV

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (2019)

After killing in the place no assassin should ever kill, John faces a long list of talented hitmen who are willing to end his life for a high price. With no protection from his former guild, he has few to turn to. An oath from a former friend, Sofia (Halle Berry), seems to be his only hope. But will John have the strength to make it to the end? Or are there now too many enemies to take down? Fishburne makes a second appearance in this truly gripping tale.

Available on: Peacock, Sling TV, fuboTV

The Takeaway

If you want to catch up on the John Wick action before the fourth film makes its debut in 2022, it’s time to get busy. You can stream all the movies in the series on Peacock, which is your best bet if you don’t want to get a bunch of different streaming subscriptions and also don’t want to pay for anything extra. 

Otherwise, if you want to just rent or buy the movies, you can find all of them on Microsoft, Vudu, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and more. They’re rather inexpensive to rent and then you’re not stuck in a subscription plan you may not want down the line.

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