Almost every Friday the 13th movie has a new streaming home
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Another month has arrived and the streaming services have all lost and won new titles, and nearly every movie from a great horror franchise is back on its parent company’s streamer as Paramount + has caught most of the time. from Friday 13 movie theater. As of this writing, Friday the 13th Parts 2, 3, 4: The Final Chapter, 5: A New Beginning, 6: Jason Lives, 7: New Blood, and 8: Jason takes Manhattan, are all available to stream on Paramount +, which previously only had Part 3 available for the entire month of October. These sequels in the slasher franchise are all owned by Paramount Pictures, which marks a homecoming for them.
But what about the rest of the movies? As of this writing, the 1980s Friday 13 that started it all can only be seen on PlutoTV and Tubi, but luckily for those who don’t want to subscribe to another service, these are free (with ads). Jason Goes To Hell: The Last Friday and Jason x (parts 9 and 10, which have been released by various distributors) are currently not available for streaming anywhere; while the 2003 match movie, Freddy vs. Jason, is available on HBO Max. The 2009 reboot of Friday 13, and so far the latest entry in the series, is available on Netflix, HBO Max, and AMC +.
However, a handful of films from the series are available on other streaming services. Friday the 13th Part 3 and Part 4 are both available on Hulu, while Friday the 13th: Part 2, 5, and 6 are available on Prime Video. Several of the titles are also available on Pluto TV and Tubi like the original film, but the alone where you are going to find the majority of the franchise at once is Paramount +. You can subscribe to it by clicking here.
It’s been twelve years since the last film in the Friday the 13th franchise, enough for the Halloween series to officially pass it in terms of the total number of films released (twelve in total); not to mention that Halloween will also beat the Friday 13 franchise to its 13th entry in the series with 2022 already announced Halloween ends.
In the years since Friday the 13th failed to get a new film off the ground, it was also embroiled in a lengthy legal battle over franchise rights, which was only prolonged by the COVID pandemic. -19. As a result, it’s unclear when another movie in the series will be shot, but like other Halloween slashers, Scream, and the Texas Chainsaw Massacre (all of which will be releasing new movies next year), life will find a way.