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Shh! The silent, suspenseful journey of the Abbott family in the thrilling sequel of A Quiet Place can soon be followed from home.
After the original film's premiere in March 2020, followed by a year-long, pandemic-induced delay, Paramount Pictures' A Quiet Place Part II finally arrived in theaters on May 28, reaching a record peak for pandemic films in box office sales within the first weekend of its release. Starting next month, the acclaimed new horror film will also be available to stream.
Directed by John Krasinski, the sequel sees Evelyn Abbott, played by Emily Blunt, still navigating a post-apocalyptic world in the face of the sound-searching monsters that have preyed on the majority of Earth's population. Relentless to ensure her children's safety as well as humanity's survival, Evelyn and her kids enlist the help of her late husband's friend Lee, played by Cillian Murphy. Together, they search for the fractured community of the last remaining survivors on Earth on a silent—and deadly—journey toward freedom.
Read on for information on how to stream the thrilling second film.
Where to Watch
A Quiet Place II will be available for streaming on Paramount+, ViaCom's new CBS streaming service and an expansion of CBS All Access, for $6 per month, or $10 per month without ads. Later this year, the $6 monthly subscription will be discontinued and replaced with a $4 monthly subscription that excludes access to live TV via CBS, according to USA Today. CBS All Access subscribers are automatically carried over to the Paramount+ subscription with access to all content.
Via the streaming service, the film can be watched on web browsers and devices including iPhone and iPad, Apple TV, Android TV, Android phones and tablets, Chromecast, Fire TV, Portal TV, PlayStation 4, Xbox, Samsung TV, Vizio TV, LG TV, Roku, and Xfinity.
When to Watch
Starting on July 12, the film will be made officially online for streaming on Paramount+, 45 days after its May 28 release.
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