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Marvel Studios’ movies and TV shows have changed the media landscape in a way no franchise has before. The interconnected stories of Marvel superheroes form the most popular franchise in filmmaking history, and the craze shows no signs of slowing down. Marvel Studios has announced even more TV shows and movies slated to debut in the coming months and years. But where can you stream Marvel movies and TV shows? That’s what we’re here to discuss, so read on!
Here is our favorite way to stream Marvel movies and TV shows:
Marvel Studios is owned by Disney, so you can probably see where this list is going. But we’re not sticking with a one-item list! We have other options to consider as you look to stream Marvel movies, including ways to buy Marvel movies as digital copies and rent Marvel movies for the night. Let’s get to the list!
Stream the MCU with Disney Plus
No surprises here! From the day it launched in late 2019, Disney Plus has been all about bringing home popular franchises such as Marvel and Star Wars. Disney promises its streaming service will be the forever home of all Marvel Studios content, including all future Marvel Studios projects and all the existing Marvel Studios films. Big Marvel Cinematic Universe titles such as “Avengers: Infinity War” have departed Netflix since Disney Plus’ launch, and now only the Spider-Man movies are missing — but they’ll be on Disney Plus before too long. In spring 2021, Sony and Disney reached a deal to bring the Spidey films to the streaming service.
Amazon’s on-demand streaming service doesn’t have any Marvel Studios content, but Amazon fans can still use the e-commerce giant’s video marketplace to access Marvel Studios films for rent or purchase. Purchase some digital copies of your favorites, and you’ll be able to stream Marvel movies from any device with internet access and the Amazon Video app.
The marketplace also known as iTunes (Apple is changing the branding) is another great option for renting or buying Marvel movies. Apple has been rebranding and consolidating its video streaming holdings (and sorting out a video and music dichotomy), so you may see this video store branded as either iTunes or Apple TV.
Google has a video marketplace of its own, and it's another great place to buy digital copies of Marvel movies for your collection or to rent a Marvel movie for a movie night with family or friends.
The top streaming platforms support Disney Plus, so you’ll be able to stream Marvel movies and TV shows on Roku, Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast. Disney Plus also works on iOS, Android, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, as well as in the browser on your laptop or desktop computer.
Marvel movies and TV shows are known for a few things, including high production values and solid world-building. If you’re looking for another streaming service with plenty of money to burn, you may want to take a look at HBO Max. It’s home to classic shows such as “Game of Thrones” and “Veep,” but HBO Max isn’t just a nostalgia trip. The service is also churning out tons of original content, including “Into the Storm” and “Made for Love.” In 2021, it’s the only place you can watch movies such as “Space Jam: A New Legacy” and “The Suicide Squad” the same day they’re released in theaters. Check out our HBO Max review for more on why we like this service.
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