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Here's Where You Can Watch Mean Girls 2

It's been almost 20 years since "Mean Girls" burst onto the scene and tried to make "fetch" happen. The verdict is still out on that one, but the legacy of the Tina Fey-penned comedy cannot be overstated. In addition to turning Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Rachel McAdams, and other young performers into big stars at the time, the high school satire continues to resonate with viewers all these years later. Maybe that's because the story of "Mean Girls" was informed by real-life experiences to which people can always relate. Then again, it's arguably one of the funniest and most quotable movies ever made, and these are factors that contributed to its status as a beloved cult classic. Unfortunately, "Mean Girls 2" didn't find similar levels of success and has floated under the radar for a decade.

Released in 2011, seven years after the original, "Mean Girls 2" sees clique warfare break out in the school corridors once again, albeit with a new cast of miscreants. Similar to its predecessor, the sequel revolves around a new student named Jo(Meaghan Martin) who encounters the evil Plastics when their Queen Bee, Mandi (Maiara Walsh), becomes determined to make her life a living hell. That's when things turn nasty.

Mean Girls 2 is available on a variety of streaming platforms and on DVD

"Mean Girls 2" was produced as a made-for-TV movie and given a direct-to-video release back in the day, which might explain why its profile isn't more significant. That being said, potential viewers can find the forgotten sequel more accessibly these days, across a variety of popular outlets. As of this writing, the film is available to stream on Netflix in the United States, which is the only platform where it doesn't require an additional purchase or rental fee.

Elsewhere, as JustWatch notes, "Mean Girls 2" can be found on Amazon Video, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu, Microsoft, Redbox and DirectTV, with rental prices ranging between $2.99 and $3.99. If you'd rather own the movie for the long haul, however, it is also available to buy on all of those platforms for $9.99, $12.99 or $14.99, depending on which option you choose. You can also find a DVD of the film at various retailers, but a Blu-ray was never released in North American territories.