The Fast and Furious is still one of the flagship franchises for Universal Pictures. The film franchise has seen many titles released under its roster including spin-offs and plenty of sequels.
The high octane car-based series has taken many twists and turns over the years but at the heart of it is action and the family featured. It has featured ridiculous stunts, intense chases, more cliches than you can shake a stick at and some beautiful cars.
Although they’re never particularly well received by critics, it’s a huge money-spinner for Universal Pictures who seem to release new movies every couple of years.
Are the Fast and Furious movies on Netflix in the United States?
Many of the Fast and the Furious movies did reside on Netflix US until September 2019 when the majority were removed.
Here are the Fast and Furious movies that were added to Netflix and when they left.
- The Fast and Furious (2001) – removed September 1st
- 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) – removed September 1st
- The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) – removed September 1st
All three of these movies made their way over to Starz in September.
Sadly, new movies from the franchise don’t automatically come to Netflix in the United States. For the moment, all new Universal pictures head to HBO at least until 2023. That means Hobbs and Shaw won’t be coming to Netflix anytime soon.
We don’t know if any of the movies will head back to Netflix. Netflix typically licenses second window titles from providers like Universal periodically so the likely hood is that they will be back.
Fast and Furious movies available on Netflix in other regions
Thanks to UNOGs, we know that quite a few of the Fast and Furious movies can be found on Netflix around the world.
The Fast and Furious, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Tokyo Drift can no longer be found in any Netflix region.
Furious 7 is available on Netflix in the Netherlands and Spain.
Fast and Furious 8 or also known as The Fast of the Furious is the most widely available movie as of the time of publishing. That’s currently streaming on Netflix in Canada, the United Kingdom, most of Asia, Europe, and Latin America.
Don’t forget a Dreamworks series is on the way exclusively to Netflix that’s about the Fast and Furious franchise. That’s due out in 2020 and we’ve got more details here.