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Here's Where You Can Stream Every Grinch Movie This Holiday Season

They call him cuddly as a cactus, as charming as an eel. They say he's just a bad banana, with a greasy black peel. We, however, know that he is nothing more than the Grinch. He might seem like a bad guy in the beginning, bothered by the sound of Whos banging on tong-tinglers and bouncing on boing-bounders, but in reality, he's a big softie with a heart full of holiday spirit. That same spirit — imbued by the original words of Dr. Seuss himself — is what makes "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and its remakes holiday classics.

As we all dive headfirst into the holidays, many of us will feel the need to revisit our old friend, the Grinch. Thus, that begs the question, "Where can you stream every Grinch movie?" Well, whether that be the original 1966 CBS special "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," narrated by Boris Karloff, the ludicrous live-action version starring Jim Carrey, or the most recent animated interpretation starring Benedict Cumberbatch titled "Dr. Seuss' The Grinch," we have the answers you need this holiday season.

The Grinch films are spread out for the 2022 holiday season

The movies in "The Grinch" universe have been divided among streaming platforms for the 2022 holiday season. The classic "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" is available on Peacock. The movie can only be watched with a subscription and is not available on their free tier. You'll need to pay $4.99 or $9.99 a month for the NBC app.  If you don't have a subscription to that app, you can watch it on the TBS and TNT websites (or apps). To do this, you'll need a cable subscription as you can only watch the movie after you log in with your credentials. 

Jim Carrey's "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas" lives on HBO Max, while Benedict Cumberbatch's "Dr. Seuss' The Grinch" is currently available on FX. You'll need a cable login to watch it though, just like the original animated film on TBS and TNT. The Cumberbatch film will eventually leave FX and be hard to find, as Illumination is finicky with their movies and are usually not available on streaming.