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Here's Where You Can Watch O Brother Where Art Thou

"O Brother, Where Art Thou?" is yet another classic entry in the Coen Brothers' filmography. Released in 2000, the film follows George Clooney as Ulysses Everett McGill in a comedic adaptation of Homer's "Odyssey." Set during the Great Depression, it follows McGill and his companions as they escape prison and make their way back to a treasure buried near McGill's home.

The film was received well among both critics and audiences, boasting a 78% on Rotten Tomatoes' Tomatometer, and an 89% on its audience score. The film was also nominated for two Academy Awards, one for "Best Adapted Screenplay" and one for "Best Cinematography." However, it received neither award.

Still, the film remains a notable part to the Coen Brothers canon. Filled with plenty of laughs, a few great music numbers (the soundtrack won Album Of The Year at the 44th Grammy Awards), and a star-studded cast, it is a must-see for anybody with an ounce of love for either the Coen Brothers or George Clooney. Whether you've never seen it or want to see it again, then here is where you can watch "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"

O Brother, Where Art Thou? is currently free to stream on YouTube

People interested in seeing "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" are in luck. The entire film is currently free to stream on YouTube, albeit with ads. That said, YouTube doesn't always keep films on the platform for very long. So, if you've been waiting for a good chance to see this film without spending any money, you better do it now before it's too late.

Of course, YouTube doesn't have exclusive rights to streaming "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" — but it is the only platform doing so for free. It's also streaming on services like FuboTV and Philo, but that's going to cost you a subscription fee (assuming that you don't use any free trials). If none of these options suit your fancy, then "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" can be found on any of the popular services handing out online rentals for a few bucks. This includes sites like Amazon, AppleTV, Vudu, and Google Play.