Are the Oceans Movies on Netflix?

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Ocean’s 8 is about to hit cinemas and if you’re wanting to catch up on the previous movie entries on Netflix, you may just be in luck. Here’s a look at whether and where the Ocean’s movies are on Netflix or not.

Although popularised throughout the early 2000’s the first Ocean movie released back in 1960. As you may have already heard, the Ocean’s movie series is being rebooted this year. Ocean’s 8 features an all-female cast, a trend that started in 2016 with Ghostbusters following the new format. As a result, you’ll probably want to be watching all the previous movies on Netflix. They’re all available on Netflix DVD in the US but only a few on streaming.

Ocean’s 11 (1960 – Original)

Streaming on Netflix in Norway

The first movie which features the late great Frank Sinatra sees him call upon his World War 2 buddies to help him pull off a New Year’s heist across five Las Vegas casinos.

Ocean’s Eleven (2001 – Reboot)

Streaming on Netflix in Australia, Canada, Japan, Israel

The reboot of Ocean’s Eleven in 2001 saw a brand new cast introduced and sees Danny Ocean (played by George Clooney) attempt to rob three Las Vegas casinos all at once.

Ocean’s Twelve (2004)

Streaming on Netflix in Japan, Poland, France, India, Israel and Germany

The second movie in the trilogy saw a noticeable decline in quality. This time, Danny recruits an additional member into the crew and this time, the heists take place in Europe.

Ocean’s Thirteen (2007)

Streaming on Netflix in Japan, Germany, Poland, Israel, and Sweden

The third movie arguably restored faith in the Ocean’s movies. This movie is all about revenge as Danny Ocean sets off for a third heist against a casino owner who double-crosses one of the crew.

Where are the Ocean’s movies streaming in the United States?

Sadly, none of the big three providers are streaming the Ocean’s movies. This could be down to the fact that the streaming licenses have now risen in price thanks to a new movie bumping up the price. Of course, your video on demand providers all are hosting the four movies.

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Founder of What's on Netflix, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for over a decade. Covering everything from new movies, series and games from around the world, Kasey is in charge of covering breaking news, covering all the new additions now available on Netflix and what's coming next.