When is Jurassic World Dominion on streaming? Here’s the possible Peacock release date

Jurassic World Dominion is out now in cinemas, but we’re sure a lot of you will be wondering when it will be available to stream on the small screen. 

While big-screen blockbusters have been available to stream at home a lot quicker than they would have been pre-pandemic, Dominion won’t be quite as speedy in its turnaround time. It won’t be too long before the dino threequel makes its way onto our TVs, though. 

Below, we’ll run you through the expected streaming release date for Jurassic World Dominion – including some hope for those in the UK who want to stream from the comfort of their own homes at some point this year. 

When is Jurassic World Dominion releasing on streaming?

Jurassic World Dominion won’t be following other Universal movies in arriving on the Peacock streaming service 45 days after its June 10 release. That deal, as mentioned by The Hollywood Reporter (opens in new tab), seemingly applies to those that aren’t quite theatrical big-hitters for Universal. 

Instead – as per IGN (opens in new tab) – a new deal inked in 2021 will see Jurassic World Dominion come to streaming within the first four months of release.

If that’s the case (and taking the early 45-day release out of the equation), then things are all lined up for a potential August-October release window on Peacock.

Recent mid-budget blockbusters, such as The Northman, offer a further guide. Robert Eggers’ Vikings epic took 60 days, give or take, to come to streaming. We wouldn’t be surprised to see Jurassic World Dominion come to Peacock at between the 90-day (September 8) and 120-day mark (October 8). We’ll update this page once we have an official release date.

Of course, over in the UK, Peacock isn’t available yet. Looking at something like The Northman, your best bet would be to have access to the Virgin Go TV app 3-4 months down the line, as that’s the most likely destination. There’s every chance it could appear on Now TV within the next six months too, judging by Halloween Kills. The movie should be available to digitally purchase first, most likely in line with the US streaming date.

For more prehistoric action, check out our interview with Jeff Goldblum, Mamoudou Athie, and director Colin Trevorrow, as well as our guides to the Jurassic World Dominion ending explained and Jurassic World Dominion dinosaurs

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