Netflix has the romantic comedy After available in many countries. Here’s a full breakdown of what regions are streaming After, whether the United States will carry the movie on Netflix and everything else you need to know.
Based on Anna Todd's 2014 novel, Jenny Gage directed this romantic drama. It received harsh criticisms from both critics and readers when it was first released. The film stars Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes–Tiffin.
In April 2019, the movie was released theatrically in Canada and the United States. The movie was also released theatrically in most European countries during April 2019. In Australia, the movie was also theatrically released at the start of July 2019.
A small number of countries have streaming access to After, and many got the movie added July 12th or 13th 2019.
The United Kingdom was the most popular region to get After streaming, and three other Asian countries followed suit according Unogs. They are Thailand, Japan and Hong Kong.
At the moment, we don’t know what the release schedule for After will be. In any case, they won’t come to Netflix as a Netflix Original.
Update: After was announced for release on Netflix USA in October 2019, with an October 9th release.
Netflix distributed another Voltage Pictures title from Sundance, with them distributing Extremely Wicked and Shockingly Evil earlier in the year. Aviron does not have any overall output agreements so, depending on the performance of the movie on Netflix UK (which it appears it did), Netflix might get the movie added to each region within the pay-1 window. Which means we’ll probably see After available on Netflix in late 2019 or early 2020.
Also for fans looking for a sequel, we’ve got good news. A month after the US movie's release, a sequel was announced in May 2019.
That’s all we know about when After on Netflix. We'd love to know if you would like to watch the film in your area.
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