The eighth film in the Fast & Furious franchise, The Fate of the Furious, will challenge Dominic Toretto’s family like never before, tearing them apart with the help of Charlize Theron’s Cipher. But this family has been through seven movies of street races and schemes, partnering with government agencies along the way, so it’s not like it’s wholly unprepared for the ride ahead. Now’s a good time to remind yourself about why the gang is so prepared.
There are very few ways to (legally) watch the Fast & Furious films online. Netflix doesn’t currently stream any of the seven movies and Hulu is out for the count, though you can find some movie clips and trailers. You could check out all the movies in 2-minute clips on YouTube, but that gets tiring after awhile and the sound quality is usually not so great. So, to more wholesome means you go.
Here’s how to watch the Fast & Furious franchise online:
Buy or rent digital copies of all seven Fast & Furious films, including a special Fast & Furious collection.
Buy or rent digital copies (or buy physical versions and have them sent to your place) of every Fast & Furious film.
And, not that anyone’s encouraging this, but all seven films can be found to stream online if you know what terms to Google. Because everyone deserves to see the gang gather in Dom’s backyard to have a family barbecue.
The Fate of the Furious premieres in theaters April 14, 2017.