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Here's Where You Can Watch The How To Train Your Dragon Trilogy

Dreamworks Pictures' "How to Train Your Dragon" introduced moviegoers to the village of Berk, whose population of Vikings pride themselves on their dragonslaying prowess. However, Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel), the son of the clan's chieftain, has a difficult time living up to the expectations placed upon him as Berk's heir apparent. Awkward and gangly, Hiccup finds other ways to hone his skills, including engineering new inventions alongside the town blacksmith. When Hiccup manages to shoot down the rarest of dragons, a Night Fury, he learns a valuable lesson about patience and understanding, one that will change the traditions and views of his small hometown.

The adventures of Hiccup and his new dragon friend, Toothless, continued into the "How to Train Your Dragon" sequels: "How to Train Your Dragon 2" and "How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden World." A number of spin-offs also, well, spun off as a part of Netflix's library of original series, including "How to Train Your Dragon: Legends," "Dragons: Race to the Edge," and "Dragons: Rescue Riders." But it's the original trilogy that awakened the imaginations of viewers, with its rollicking action and heart-wrenching emotional moments.

It's been a few years since the original "How to Train Your Dragon" trilogy wrapped in 2019, but that hasn't stopped fans of the films from wanting to revisit them again and again. For those who are feeling nostalgic, or who haven't yet seen these exciting animated fantasy adventures, here's where you can watch all three films in the "How to Train Your Dragon" trilogy.

Where to watch How to Train Your Dragon 2

As the home of multiple original series based on the "How to Train Your Dragon" franchise, you would think that Netflix would have sole ownership of the rights to the trilogy. Unfortunately, that's not the case, but the streaming site does offer the sequel "How to Train Your Dragon 2" for fans to view.

In the 2014 sequel to the first film, five years have passed since Hiccup and his friends have brought peace to Berk and created a friendship with their former enemies, the dragons. Hiccup now finds himself under pressure from his father, Stoick (Gerard Butler), Berk's chieftain, to prepare for the responsibilities of taking over as the village leader. But a new danger arises when an old enemy threatens the peace that Hiccup has so carefully cultivated over the years, and a surprising figure from Hiccup's past also returns. Joining the voice cast in "How to Train Your Dragon 2" is Cate Blanchett, Kit Harington, and Djimon Hounsou.

Where to watch How to Train Your Dragon and How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden World

Because Netflix is only streaming "How to Train Your Dragon 2" at the moment, fans will have to do some jumping around between sites to watch the entire "How to Train Your Dragon" trilogy. The 2010 film that started it all, "How to Train Your Dragon," can be viewed a few different ways. One way is to watch it on Amazon Prime through IMDb, although you'll have to grapple with the latter site's ad server. You can also rent the title digitally on Amazon for $3.80, or just purchase it for a smidgen more ($4.99).

The third and final film of the trilogy, "How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden World," can also be streamed on Amazon for a small price. This time, Hiccup is now Berk's chieftain, and he is on a mission to find a new home for his clan and their dragons. A new dragon is also introduced — a female Night Fury (dubbed Light Fury by Hiccup, due to her white scales) who attracts the attention of Toothless. 

Fans may remember the scene in which Toothless attempts to woo his female counterpart, which was the subject of many hilarious memes online. The conclusion of "Hidden World" is bittersweet, as Hiccup and Toothless both find their true callings. The third film in the trilogy can be rented for $3.60 on Amazon, or purchased for $12.60. You can rent or buy both the first and third films from all the usual distributers, as well, but Amazon has the best prices at this particular moment in time.