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Whether you saw “Dune: Part Two” in theaters or have been patiently waiting for it to arrive on streaming services, you don’t have to wait much longer for the digital release. After getting a delayed theatrical release due to the Hollywood strikes, “Dune: Part Two” finally made it to the big screen for general audiences at the beginning of this past March. Since then, conversations surrounding the online release of the sequel film have taken the internet by storm. Check out our guide — and bookmark this page for updated info — on when and how you can watch “Dune: Part Two” online.

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How to Watch ‘Dune: Part Two’ Online

As with most new movie releases that go digital, “Dune: Part Two” will be available for rent or purchase through digital platforms like Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV. After a certain period of time, streaming services like Max — which is where you can watch the first film — will drop the movie in its on-demand library.

“Dune: Part Two” will be available to rent or purchase starting April 16. There has been no confirmation of a streaming release date.

Here’s how you can watch “Dune: Part Two” online:

Can I Watch ‘Dune: Part Two’ on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?

“Dune: Part Two” is best watched on the big screen, but that doesn’t mean a smaller screen can’t capture its epic setting and story. As more of us consume our entertainment through streaming services, it’s no surprise that there are many compatible streaming devices where you can watch your favorite show or movie. These devices include Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android, and your web browser.

More to Watch for ‘Dune: Part Two’ Fans

It’s safe to say that if you love “Dune: Part Two,” you’re a sci-fi fan; in this case, you’ll want to tune into the SYFY network, which offers sci-fi, horror, and fantasy shows and movies. Even if you’re new to these genres, you’ll come across something that might get you hooked and turn you into a fan.

FX network is also worth a try, as it offers exclusive TV shows such as “Shogun” and “American Horror Story,” on top of other unique content that you can’t find anywhere else. Whether it’s a long-running show with more than 10 seasons under its belt or a brand-new miniseries that’s been creating a lot of buzz, this is the network that houses both.

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