"After We Collided" is Finally Here and There Are So Many Ways You Can Watch It

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From Seventeen

The highly anticipated sequel to After is finally here. After We Collided is bringing all our faves back for another year at Rossmore University and things are heating up between Tessa and Hardin. While they're still struggling with their big fallout, they realize that they can't stay away from each other no matter how hard they try. Will they get back together? Or will they actually break it all off for good? Luckily, the wait for fans in the United States is finally over after the film's release was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Starting on October 23, 2020, fans can find out what's next for Hardin and Tessa. However, fans will have a big decision to make as they have two different ways to enjoy the film.

Here's how to watch After We Collided.

Where can I watch After We Collided at home?

After fans who are hoping to opt for an at home watch party are in luck! After We Collided is now streaming on Netflix and with the original film also on there, you can have the ultimate After movie marathon.

The film is also available through all your favorite video services including Amazon Prime, iTunes, Vudu, Fandango Now, Google Play, Microsoft Store, and RedBox.

Unlike most newly released films that are only available to buy in the first few weeks, fans have a chance to rent After We Collided instead. However, if you're planning to rewatch it over and over, you're better off using the buy option so you can keep it forever.

Where can I watch After We Collided in theaters?

Along with a video on demand release, After We Collided is also available in theaters. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, not every theater will be open or will carry the film. You can check out the official After We Collided website for the closest available theater and showtimes as well as Fandango.

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