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Here's Where You Can Watch Every Movie In The Fast And Furious Franchise

Love them or hate them, the "Fast & Furious" movies have made a major mark on the entertainment industry. From record-breaking trailers to the billions of dollars the franchise has made over the years (per Box Office Mojo), the action-packed movies have been an overwhelming hit for fans. Not only are there exhilarating car chase scenes that feature some expensive rides, but the cast has been integral to the franchise's success. You can't hear "Fast & Furious" without thinking of Vin Diesel, Tyrese Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez, and of course the late Paul Walker.

Pretty soon, fans will have a brand-new movie to enjoy — "Fast & Furious 9," also known simply as "F9." The latest installment in the thrilling saga is rumored to be the best "Fast & Furious" movie yet, and to say that fans are pumped would be an understatement. Before the much-anticipated "F9" hits theaters on June 25, you can catch up with the street-racing, bad-guy-catching gang on a number of different platforms.

You can rent or buy them from a few different places

Whether you want to rent them for a binge-watching marathon or own them forever, all of the "Fast & Furious" films are available on Amazon, Google Play, and iTunes — excluding the two bonus short films, which we'll get to later. The spin-off "Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw" is also available to rent or buy on the same platforms as the others, in case you'd like to cover all of the "Fast & Furious" back-catalogue before diving into the new one. Most of the films are available for about $3.99 to rent on Amazon and $8.99 to purchase, $3.99 to rent on Google Play and $14.99 to purchase, and $3.99 to rent on iTunes and $9.99 to buy.

There's also a correct way to watch the movies in order, according to sites like Insider. The order goes: "The Fast and the Furious," "2 Fast 2 Furious," "Fast & Furious," "Fast Five," "Fast & Furious 6," "The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift," "Furious 7," and then "Hobbs & Shaw." This will help keep events in the franchise in chronological order, making for a more streamlined path to "F9."

Some are on streaming platforms

If you're lucky enough to be a patron of Peacock or HBO Max, you can watch some of the "Fast & Furious" movies on their streaming platforms as part of your membership. Unfortunately, not all of the films are on these sites, but it could help assuage some of the cost if you don't want to rent or purchase each film individually. You can find "Fast Five" and "Fast & Furious 6" on Peacock, and "The Fast and the Furious" and "2 Fast 2 Furious" on HBO Max.

The two short films in the franchise are also available online if you'd like to tackle the entirety of the "Fast & Furious" oeuvre, and they're free to watch. "The Turbo-Charged Prelude" can be found on YouTube, and "Los Bandoleros" is on Vimeo. If you do want to watch these two bonus shorts, we recommend you watch "The Turbo-Charged Prelude" before "2 Fast 2 Furious" and "Los Bandoleros" before "Fast & Furious" to keep things in order.

Whichever way you choose to watch, just remember that "F9" will be here on June 25 — so the earlier you get started, the better.