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A Guide to Streaming the Fast Saga

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With Fast X, our Corona-drinking, street-racing family man, Dominic Toretto, has returned to the big screen, accompanied by an even larger all-star cast, more explosions, exotic cars, and jaw-droppingly unrealistic stunts. Missing out on this ride is not an option.

Fortunately, we've done the legwork and can guide you in catching up on the Fast Saga's past installments, including the spinoff that some choose to ignore. To help you, we've compiled a list of where you can stream all the Fast Saga movies.

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The Fast and the Furious (2001)

Remind me what happens: Paul Walker stars as Brian O’Conner, an LAPD cop who goes undercover to investigate a series of high-speed truck hijackings. But as he works the case, he starts to vibe with Vin Diesel's character, Dominic Toretto, and his squad of street racers. By the end, Brian has to decide whose team he's really on.

Where can I watch it? Sling TV Orange and Blue, TNT

2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)

Remind me what happens: Brian, who's moved to Miami, is recruited by the FBI to take down a drug lord. Needing an assist, he links up with his old friend Roman (Tyrese Gibson) and they enter a high-stakes street race. Unlike the first film, Vin Diesel's Dom does not appear.

Where can I watch it? Sling TV Orange and Blue, TNT, TBS, tru TV

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)

Remind me what happens: Sean (Lucas Black) moves to Tokyo to live with his dad after getting into legal trouble at home. While there, he’s drawn into the world of drift racing and befriends Han (Sung Kang), another racer. Drifting is an art form in this film and a major part of the racing scenes. And while Paul Walker's Brian doesn't show up, Vin Diesel makes a quick cameo at the end.

Where can I watch it? Sling, TNT, TBS, Tru TV

Fast & Furious (2009)

Remind me what happens: Dom and Brian reunite the crew to bust a drug kingpin in a movie that features the off-screen death of Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) and the Hollywood debut of Gal Gadot. Despite receiving mixed reviews, Jordana Brewster's (Mia Toretto) performance was recognized with a prestigious Teen Choice Award, proving that the kids are alright.

Where can I watch it? Sling TV Orange and Blue, TNT, TBS, tru TV

Fast Five (2011)

Remind me what happens: Dom, Brian, and Mia assemble a team to steal $100 million from drug lord Hernan Reyes (Joaquim de Almeida). Moving away from the street racing theme of earlier films, the movie transforms the franchise into a heist action series that happens to feature some amazing cars. Fast Five also introduces Dwayne Johnson and Chris “Ludacris” Bridges to the franchise. If you're planning to watch Fast X this summer, make sure you watch Fast Five first.

Where can I watch it? Sling TV Orange and Blue, TNT, TBS, tru TV

Fast & Furious 6 (2013)

Remind me what happens: Dom, Brian, and crew are on the run after their massive heist, while Hobbs is after a group of bad guys led by Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) who has Dom's presumed dead girlfriend, Letty, as his second-in-command. Drama.

Where can I watch it? fuboTV, DIRECTV

Furious 7 (2015)

Remind me what happens: Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) is out for revenge against Dom and his team for injuring his brother Owen. Meanwhile, the crew gets involved with a shady government agent (Kurt Russell) who needs their help to recover a device that can track anyone in the world. This movie is particularly notable for being the last film featuring Paul Walker, who passed away before filming was wrapped. Rest in peace, Brian.

Where can I watch it? Peacock Premium, Sling TV Orange and Blue, TNT, TBS, tru TV

The Fate of the Furious (2017)

Remind me what happens: Dom goes rogue and teams up with cyberterrorist Cipher (Charlize Theron with dreads) to betray his own family. Letty and Hobbs lead the crew and enlist the help of former enemy Deckard Shaw to stop Dom and Cipher. Notable highlights of the film include an exhilarating race across a frozen lake and the controversy sparked by Dwayne Johnson's infamous IG post about on-set drama.

Where can I watch it? fuboTV, DIRECTV, Sling TV Orange and Blue

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019)

Remind me what happens: This spin-off from the Fast & Furious franchise focuses on Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw teaming up to stop cyber-genetically enhanced villain Brixton Lorr (Idris Elba) from unleashing a deadly virus on the world. They get help from Shaw's sister Hattie (Vanessa Kirby) along the way. The film marked Dwayne Johnson's departure from the main Fast & Furious franchise.

Where can I watch it? Rent on Apple TV, Amazon Video, Google Play Movies, YouTube, Vudu, Microsoft Store, Redbox, DIRECTV, AMC on Demand, or Alamo on Demand

F9 (2021)

Remind me what happens: Dom and his crew must face a new enemy – Dom's estranged brother, Jakob (John Cena) who is working to obtain a weapon that could put the world at risk. Like past movies, this one has plenty of high-stakes action and puts a very strong emphasis on family.

Where can I watch it? HBO Max, HBO Max Amazon Channel, DIRECTV

Where Can I Stream Fast X?

Fast X just hit theaters but will likely end up on Peacock after at least 45 days, like other recent releases from Universal.

Final Thoughts: A Guide to Streaming the Fast Saga

What's your favorite Fast Saga movie? Let us know in the comments below!

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Jaime Blanson is a seasoned filmmaker and storytelling specialist, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to their work as a blogger and digital content creator. With a deep passion for all things film and an uncanny ability to weave captivating narratives, Jaime is dedicated to promoting Black LGBTQ+ representation in pop culture. When not creating content, Jaime can be found scouring the internet for additions to their ever-growing Funko collection or championing the continued relevance of Tumblr.
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