Disney’s final animated movie of 2018 will also be the last animated Disney movie coming to Netflix. Here’s when Ralph Breaks the Internet will be coming to Netflix in each region including the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
Ralph Breaks the Internet was another massive success for Disney grossing over $450 million worldwide. A lot of the characters from the original returned but this time around, Ralph breaks into the internet rather than just being stuck in an arcade.
It’s probably the most Disney movie ever released incorporating many of the other Disney brands into the movie.
In case you’re wanting to watch the original movie, you may have a hard time doing so on Netflix with it only streaming on a limited number of regions.
Ralph Breaks The Internet Is Coming to Netflix in the United States
As we mentioned above, this will be one of the last Disney movies to come to Netflix. The Disney deal began in 2016 but Netflix failed to renew last year.
That means all movies released in theatres between 2016 to the end of 2018 will be released on Netflix.
From its theatrical release, it takes roughly 6 to 8 months of time for it to drop on Netflix US. That means we’re expecting the movie to drop between May and July 2018.
Remember, when it comes to Netflix it will eventually leave. All Disney movies appear to be removed exactly a year and a half after it drops.
Netflix also promoted the new movie recently on Twitter using one of its many accounts.
In the not too distant future… pic.twitter.com/EYDFhfJEWX
— NX (@NXOnNetflix) November 18, 2018
What other regions will get Ralph Breaks the Internet
Netflix Canada is also expected to get Ralph Breaks the Internet drop around the same time as the United States.
Netflix in the United Kingdom tends to get Disney movies streaming after the second wave of releases. NowTV normally gets first dibs on the movie streaming which will be next summer. Netflix tends to get it around a year or two later.
Let us know down below whether you’re looking forward to catching Ralph Breaks the Internet?