Looking for where to watch The Hunger Games movies this September? Look no further!
It’s been more than ten years since the first installment of Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games trilogy first came out and helped establish the YA Dystopian novel as a major trend throughout the 2010s. The Lionsgate film adaptation was no less successful. The Hunger Games trilogy is arguably one of the most enduring, among the main dystopian franchises that came out around the same time.
So where can you watch and stream The Hunger Games? Here’s an overview of where you can find the series!
The Hunger Games is currently not on Netflix but, of course, this could change in the future.
The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay Part 1 is currently available on Hulu, but only to users who pay for Live TV. But don’t despair if you don’t, as there are other available options.
Unfortunately, The Hunger Games isn’t available on Disney+.
Yes, all four films of The Hunger Games franchise are currently available to watch on Amazon Prime. Unfortunately, since Peacock acquired exclusive rights to broadcast the film franchise, you can only rent them on Prime, starting from $3.99.
The Hunger Games films aren’t available on HBO or HBO max for the time being.
Currently, the best option for watching The Hunger Games is Peacock. For fans who have not subscribed to any of the major streaming platforms, other options are available; the films can be watched on Tubi for free as long as you don’t mind the ads. Unfortunately, due to the changes in EU laws, Tubi isn’t currently accessible in Europe. Another free platform with ads that is currently only available in the US is IMDB TV.
Other options include YouTube, iTunes, and Google Movies and TV, where the films can be rented for a relatively small cost.
For those who are just starting with The Hunger Games, the first two films each correspond to Suzanne Collins’ book of the same name. As for the two last films, they are both an adaptation of the final book, Mockingjay, cut into two films – a popular trend for a series’ last book in the early 2010s – to include more content.
Here is the correct order:
The Hunger Games
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2
Of course, when the prequel The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is adapted, whether or not to watch that first will be a matter of preference. In the meantime, re-watching the available films is never a bad idea.
Rumors about a new Hunger Games film started circulating in May 2020, following the publication of The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, a prequel focusing on the life of President Snow. Such a development would surely re-ignite the interest in The Hunger Games fandom.