Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti star in Palm Springs which hits screens on July 10th but is the new rom-com available on Netflix?

Thanks to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, new film releases have been few and far between in 2020 as cinemas around the world have been forced to close.

Thankfully, the world of online streaming has meant that film fans have still had some new releases to enjoy as the world comes crashing down around us.

The latest must-see film making its way online is Palm Springs, a rom-com starring Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti of How I Met Your Mother fame.

But just where is Palm Springs going to be available to watch? Is the new film on Netflix?

Palm Springs – Trailer (Official) • A Hulu Original Film

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Palm Springs: What it’s about

Palm Springs tells the story of Nyles (Samberg) and Sarah (Milioti), who were guests at a wedding in Palm Springs, California.

After a chance encounter sparks a whirlwind romance, the following day reveals that they are unable to escape the wedding’s venue or each other in a story that has been likened to Groundhog Day.

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Is Palm Springs available on Netflix?

No, Palm Springs is not available on Netflix.

On top of that, it also can’t be found on other streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video or Apple TV+.

So just where can you watch Palm Springs?

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How to watch Palm Springs

Instead, Palm Springs arrives on the US streaming service Hulu on July 10th.

The film made quite a stir at the Sundance Film Festival back in January 2020 and the distribution rights to the film were purchased by the Disney-owned streaming service for a reported record-breaking figure of $22 million.

As Hulu is a US-based streaming service, rather than international like Netflix, UK viewers will be left waiting for their chance to watch Palm Springs as no release date on this side of the Atlantic has been confirmed.

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