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Here's How You Can Watch Every Movie In The Jason Bourne Series

2002 began Matt Damon's career-defining role as Jason Bourne, a CIA assassin who suffers from amnesia. As he works to uncover his past and who he really is, he becomes embroiled in a worldwide conspiracy relating to a secret CIA operation called Treadstone. Based on Robert Ludlum's series of spy novels, the first trilogy of films consists of The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, and The Bourne Ultimatum. All three films did very well with critics. The third movie earned the highest marks with critics, and holds a 92% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It also made the most money at just over $444 million, according to Box Office Mojo.

Since then, the Bourne universe has expanded to include a spinoff film, The Bourne Legacy, starring Jeremy Renner, and a television series called Treadstone. Damon even returned for a fourth and — supposedly — final film for his character, 2016's Jason Bourne. While no more films have come out since then, and the television series was unfortunately cancelled, there is some good news. Speaking with Collider in May 2020, Bourne producer Frank Marshall stated that he thinks the franchise presents "an opportunity for different filmmakers to come in now," and that he's "hoping that we can find a new story for Bourne and a new filmmaker." Of course, things change quickly in Hollywood, so who knows what the plans are now.

While Jason Bourne fans wait for any word of a return, there are thankfully many ways they can watch the franchise on their televisions and other devices.

Where can you stream the original Bourne trilogy?

While the original three Bourne films — The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, and The Bourne Ultimatum — are not available on your go-to streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, there are still quite a few viewing options. The first is Peacock Premium, the new NBC streaming service. The films are not available in the free option, but the premium service is only $4.99 a month. The service actually has a lot to offer, including fan-favorite comedy The Office. If you haven't used the free trial already, this would be the perfect time. 

Another way to watch is through AMC on Demand. If you have the channel as part of your wired cable package, you should be able to either stream the films on your TV or log into the AMC website and watch. The movies are also included with fuboTV and Philo, two other online TV services.

The other route you can go is renting or buying the Bourne trilogy, either digitally or physically. The films are available everywhere you'd expect, including Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube, Google Play, and Redbox. Renting is the cheaper option at $3.99, but if you want to own the movie, purchasing is not that much more, usually around $9.99 with some minor variance across platforms.

Where is the rest of the Bourne-verse available to watch?

After the original trilogy of films was released, the Bourne series produced the spinoff The Bourne Legacy in 2012. Although the movie was not as popular as the previous films with either critics or audiences, it's still an enjoyable experience and a solid addition to the Bourne franchise. Unfortunately, it is currently unavailable on all the subscription-based streaming services, so if you are looking to watch The Bourne Legacy, you'll have to rent or purchase it. 

Of course, we can't forget 2016's Jason Bourne, Damon's triumphant return to the franchise. Just like with The Bourne Legacy, your only option right now is renting or buying the film. It may also be available through some streaming extensions, such as FXNow, which would require a cable subscription to access.

Last but not least is the most recent expansion to the Bourne universe — the USA television series Treadstone. Starring Jeremy Irvine, Tracey Ifeachor, and Omar Metwally, the show centers around the origin of the CIA's Operation Treadstone, flashing back and forth from its start in the 1970s to the present day, when unwitting agents are being awakened for operations. The series was unfortunately cancelled after one season, but that doesn't mean you can't still enjoy all that season 1 has to offer. Treadstone is available to purchase at all the same sites previously mentioned, but can also be streamed on both Hulu and Peacock, free with subscription.