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The Addams Family 2 Streaming 4K Free: How to watch The Addams Family 2021 Movie At Home WIth IGN+

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) and BRON Creative’s “The Addams Family 2” will be made available for at-home rental in the U.S. and Canada on the same day it opens in theaters. The sequel ...
September 30, 2021

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) and BRON Creative’s “The Addams Family 2” will be made available for at-home rental in the U.S. and Canada on the same day it opens in theaters.

The sequel to 2019’s The Addams Family will no longer just be a theatrical release, as Bloomberg is reporting that the sequel will release in theaters and premium on demand on the same day.

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The animated movie, which debuts Friday, Oct. 1, is a sequel to 2019’s “The Addams Family,” which made more than $203 million at the box office.

The upcoming animated film from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and BRON Creative is set to release on October 1, 2021, and it seems as if the decision to move the film to on demand services stems from studios attempting to handle the ongoing surge in COVID-19 cases. Now, fans wanting to watch The Addams Family 2 will be able to do so at home, although it’s unclear exactly what services will be hosting the film.

The Addams Family 2 joins a growing list of films that have been affected by the Delta variant of COVID-19, as Paramount’s Clifford the Big Red Dog was removed from its September release, Venom: Let There Be Carnage was pushed back several weeks, and Hotel Transylvania 4 was moved completely to Amazon Prime Video.

The Addams Family 2 Release Date 

The Addams Family 2 will release in theaters and premium on-demand in the U.S. and Canada on the same day, Addams Family Values” streaming on AMC Plus, Paramount Plus, Paramount+ Amazon Channel.

How to Watch The Addams Family 2

The Addams Family 2 is the latest movie to adjust its release plan as the film industry attempts to be flexible in the pandemic era and amid growing concern about surging cases of COVID-19, but that movie will debut simultaneously on HBO Max, as part of Warner Bros. also you are able to watch “Addams Family Values” streaming on AMC Plus, Paramount Plus, Paramount+ Amazon Channel.

How to watch HBO Max

HBO Max is a streaming subscription service that offers a wide variety of TV shows and movies on-demand.

The service offers up to five viewer profiles, with tons of curated selections for adults and kids, the option to download content and the ability to stream on many devices.

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Here is everything you need to know about HBO Max.

Sign up for a subscription by going to HBO Max’s website. The service is available on Amazon’s app store, Apple’s app store, Google Play and Samsung TV, as well as most internet and digital providers. You can watch the streaming service from most devices, such as PS4, Xbox One, Google Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV. A comprehensive list can be found here. One notable and popular streaming device you can’t watch from is Roku, which is in a stalemate with HBO Max.

How to watch Disney Plus

Disney Plus features a massive library of on-demand shows and movies from names we’re all well familiar with: Walt Disney Studios and Walt Disney Television. That makes Disney Plus the streaming home for Disney-owned studios like Pixar and Marvel, as well as iconic franchises like “Star Wars” and “The Simpsons.”

The streaming service includes a mix of classic titles from Disney’s vault and new programs developed exclusively for subscribers. The monthly plan costs $8 a month and annual plans cost $80. The service can even be bundled with Hulu and ESPN+ for prices starting at $14 a month.

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Disney Plus has welcomed more than 100 million subscribers since launching in November 2019, greatly outperforming the company’s expectations for growth. Disney originally set a goal of 90 million subscribers by 2024.

Disney Plus oiginal shows like “Loki” and “The Mandalorian” have dominated streaming TV and the library of classic Disney content doesn’t waiver, unlike competitors who rotate movies every month. Exclusive Disney Plus content like “Hamilton” and Beyonce’s “Black is King” has also helped bring in new subscribers.

How to watch Amazon Prime

The at-home theater experience has gotten a whole lot more convenient thanks to Amazon. Your go-to retailer for everything from flower pots to fashion accessories is also now one of the best places to get your Friday night entertainment.

Prime Video not only gives you access to tons of your favorite movies and TV shows but also offers some of the most popular original content around, like “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan,” and “Fleabag”. Outside of all the titles included as part of your subscription, Prime Video also features a library of additional movies and shows that you can rent or buy individually for an extra fee, including a few brand-new movies that were just released in theaters.

Prime Video also allows you to add other premium channels, including HBO, Starz, and Showtime to your subscription, though you’ll have to pay an additional monthly cost. But if you’re looking to dump cable and add more streaming services to your entertainment roster, then read on to find out how to use Amazon Prime Video.

How to watch Peacock TV

Peacock TV is a streaming service from NBCUniversal. It allows you to watch content that’s owned by the NBCUniversal conglomerate, as well as series and movies from other partner networks. This includes classics like “The Office,” “Saturday Night Live,” and “30 Rock.” Peacock also offers original programming, such as “A.P. Bio” and the latest iteration of “Saved By the Bell.”

If you sign up for a paid Peacock subscription, you’ll get access to even more content. But the free tier still allows you to watch a wealth of NBC shows, movies, and original programming, albeit with frequent ads. This includes the first two seasons of “The Office.”

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