Where to Watch “The Hunger Games”: How to Stream and Tune in on Cable

Here's how you can watch all four 'Hunger Games' movies ahead of the release of the prequel



Prepare to go back into the Hunger Games.

Based on Suzanne Collins’ dystopian novels of the same name, the first film was released in 2012 and was a box office success with three additional sequels.

The franchise follows a resident of Panem's District 12 named Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), who is sent to be a "tribute" alongside children from the other 11 regions to compete to the death in the 74th annual Hunger Games; the lone survivor wins food for their district. She rebels — and ends up starting a revolution in the process.

Now, fans are going back to the early beginnings of Panem with the adaptation of Collins’ prequel book, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.

The film follows a young Coriolanus Snow (Tom Blyth) — who would later become the cruel president of Panem — during the 10th Hunger Games. as he serves as a mentor to a District 12 tribute named Lucy Gray (Rachel Zegler).

Want to rewatch the original films ahead of the prequel's premiere? Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch.

Where to stream The Hunger Games movies?



In March 2023, Netflix added all four Hunger Games films to its streaming service; however, at the end of October, they were all removed. Currently, the four Hunger Games films are available to stream on Hulu if you have a live TV subscription.

Additionally, the films are available to rent on Prime Video, Apple TV, YouTube, Vudu and Google Play Movies from $3.79 to $3.99.

How to watch The Hunger Games movies on cable?



From Nov. 11 to Nov. 15, The Hunger Games films will be airing on E! And SyFy. Be sure to check your local listings for exact times.

How to watch The Hunger Games prequel, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes?

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The anticipated Hunger Games sequel will be released in theaters on Nov. 17. The film will also be shown in IMAX at select theaters.

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