The Fast and Furious franchise continues to conquer audiences’ hearts. Many subscribers are excited to see the latest instalment in the high-octane franchise F9, which has them wondering if it will be one of the many excellent action movies available on Netflix.
Love them or hate them, the Fast movies continue to blaze into theatres full of incredible action and next-level car chase sequences. However, after eight films and a spinoff, the series is nearing the finish, and F9 is effectively the beginning of the end for the franchise’s central plot.
This time, Vin Diesel returns as Dominick Toretto to face a new threat: his brother, played by John Cena from The Suicide Squad. Jordana Brewster, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, and Nathalie Emmanuel have also returned to the mix.
Fans are ecstatic that Han will be making a triumphant return after being killed by Jason Statham’s character Hobbs in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. Shazam! Helen Mirren from The Dark Knight Rises and Charlize Theron from The Old Guard reprise their roles from The Fate of the Furious, making F9 a must-see event for fans of the long-running, adrenaline-pumping franchise.
Netflix members who live their lives in quarter-mile increments will be disappointed. F9 isn’t available to watch on Netflix right now.
While this is undoubtedly disappointing news, customers to the streaming service do have a number of alternative options. 6 Underground, Extraction, and The Old Guard are just a few of the outstanding action films accessible on Netflix.
What to look out for F9 is now in cinemas, and it is unclear where the film will be released on streaming services. When that time arrives, it’ll be fascinating to see whether Fast & Furious 9 makes its way to Netflix.