Where to watch Jumanji: The Next Level

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Georgia Dixon
Nov 21, 2020
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Fans of the O.G. Jumanji, released back in 1995, were somewhat sceptical upon the release of 2017’s sequel, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. But lo and behold, the refreshed plot and ensemble cast of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan pleasantly surprised us all.

The sequel-to-the-sequel, Jumanji: The Next Level dropped at the end of last year and is just as star-studded, funny and enjoyable as its predecessor. Johnson, Black, Hart and Gillan (and Nick Jonas) all reprise their original roles, with the welcome additions of Awkwafina, Danny Glover, Danny Devito and Rory McCann (a.k.a. The Hound from Game of Thrones).

We catch up with the gang two years after the events of Welcome to the Jungle, where the former high school buddies plan a reunion over their college Christmas break. When one of them fails to turn up, the group head to his home to check on him, only to find he’s been drawn into Jumanji once more. Soon, they too become sucked into the game and must once again complete a challenging quest in order to escape.

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How to watch Jumanji: The Next Level in Australia

Option 1: Prime Video

After a somewhat underwhelming launch, Amazon’s Prime Video is quickly becoming one of our favourite streaming services. Not only do they have a killer bunch of original TV series, but also some of the latest and greatest mainstream blockbusters, Jumanji: The Next Level included. The best part? A subscription will set you back a measly $9.99 per month. For those who want to try before you buy, take advantage of Prime Video’s 30-day free trial.

Prime Video
Basic pack starts at
$9.99
/mo
pro Exceptional value
pro 4K HDR Originals
con Smaller library than U.S.

Price and plans only accurate as of last page update.

Option 2: Foxtel Now

Your only other option for where to watch Jumanji: The Next Level is Foxtel Now. If you’re already subscribed to Foxtel Now, then go forth and stream! However, this would be the last resort if you’re not already subscribed. Binge offers most of Foxtel Now’s best drama TV shows at a much better price, and in a much more user-friendly package.

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Basic pack starts at
$25
/mo
pro Premium TV shows from HBO and FX
pro Sports, Movies and Main Event
con 4K is restricted to Foxtel iQ Box plan
Additional channel packs cost between $10 and $29 extra each month. The premium All Packs plan costs $104 per month.

Price and plans only accurate as of last page update.

Option 3: Rent or buy

If you’re happy to pay a small one-off fee, you can catch Jumanji: The Next Level on pretty much any device, as long as it’s capable of renting or buying digital copies of movies. Jumanji: The Next Level is available via Apple TV, Google Play, YouTube, Fetch, Microsoft Store and Amazon.

Georgia Dixon
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Georgia Dixon
Georgia Dixon has over seven years' experience writing about all things tech, entertainment and lifestyle, with bylines in TechLife magazine, 7NEWS and Stuff.co.nz. In her spare time, you'll find her playing games and daydreaming about good food, wine, and dogs.

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