‘Challengers’ Is Officially Available to Rent on Prime Video

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Luca Guadagnino’s newest film, Challengers, has been a hot subject of conversation since its release in late April, and fans are still flocking to the theater as it enters its second week at the box office. Naturally, many are curious about how they can watch the dramatic sports thriller from home—and see if it lives up to the thrill. Below, a quick streaming guide for the buzzy Zendaya-led tennis drama.

What is Challengers about?

The film focuses on three characters played by Zendaya, Mike Faist, and Josh O’Connor. Zendaya is Tashi Duncan, a rising tennis star who begins a complicated relationship with two other players—Art (Faist) and Patrick (O’Connor)—after they’ve won the boys’ junior doubles title at the U.S. Open. The trio enter in something of a love triangle, though it’s at times hard to tell who’s in love with who. Tashi later suffers a traumatic injury that takes her out of the game; the film skips ahead to her marriage to Art, who’s once again competing against her ex-boyfriend, Patrick.

How can you stream Challengers?

At the moment, the film is only available to watch in theaters. Because Challengers is an Amazon MGM Studios title, it will eventually stream on Amazon Prime.

Where will Challengers be streaming?

It was confirmed that the first streaming platform where Challengers will be available is Prime Video. Members will be able to stream it for free, or new viewers can sign up for a 30-day free trial to binge watch new releases.

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In the meantime, it’s available to rent or buy on Prime Video for $19.99.

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Where else can you watch Challengers?

Prime Video isn’t the only platform where you can watch Challengers right now. It’s also for rent on Apple TV, YouTube, Fandango at Home, and Google Play Movies, where they each cost $19.99.

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