- Is the John Wick franchise streaming on Netflix? No.
- Netflix does offer a wide variety of John Wick-adjacent action films-–and more importantly, some certified Keanu Reeves classics…
- …That includes John Wick‘s spiritual godfather, The Matrix.
Keanu Reeves’ popularity has gone from meme to mythical, his presence in pop culture remaining as wholesome and legendary as his most beloved characters. From video game cameos to blockbuster franchises, Reeves can truly do it all. Even Marvel wants him on the team. However, nothing in Reeves’ body of work is arguably as iconic as his John Wick franchise.
John Wick Netflix
Can you watch the ‘John Wick’ movies on Netflix?
Unfortunately, while there are quite a few Keanu Reeves movies to choose from on Netflix, the John Wick films are not part of their number. Neither John Wick, John Wick: Chapter 2, nor John Wick: Chapter 3—Parabellum can be watched via the streaming service. The fourth installment of the saga, John Wick: Chapter 4, is due to release on May 21, 2021—but it’s unclear whether Netflix has any plans to acquire that one either.
However, for those lucky subscribers of Amazon Prime, John Wick and John Wick: Chapter 2 are available to stream via Prime Video. Meanwhile, John Wick: Chapter 3—Parabellum is accessible through an HBO Now subscription.
Sorry, John Wick fans. Looks like there’s no centralized location to see our favorite gunslinger just yet. On the bright side, if we’ve learned anything from Wick, it’s that literally anything is possible for this particular assassin. There’s still hope.
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