Run, starring Sarah Paulson, looks to be a must-watch thriller but just where is the movie available to watch? Is Run on Netflix?

With December approaching, we’re seeing more and more festive films and TV series appearing on streaming services such as Netflix.

However, that’s not the case in Sarah Paulson’s latest film, Run, which promises to bring chilling thrills to our screens.

And after her star turn in the Netflix series Ratched, fans have been left wondering if Sarah Paulson’s new film, Run, is also on Netflix.

RUN – Trailer (Official) • A Hulu Original

RUN – Trailer (Official) • A Hulu Original


Run arrived at long last on November 20th, 2020.

The film tells the story of a mother and daughter, Diane and Chloe.

Chloe is afflicted by several illnesses and is wheelchair-bound and requires constant care of her mother.

However, after learning more about a new pill that her mother has added to her medication, Chloe begins to uncover a dark and twisted secret.


Is Run on Netflix?

  • No, Run is not available to stream on Netflix.

The film was due to be released on May 8th, 2020, to coincide with Mother’s Day weekend in the US.

However, the those plans were shelved thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic.


How to watch Run

  • Run is available to stream now on Hulu in the US.

After its cinema release was cancelled, Run’s distribution rights were purchased by Hulu in August 2020 with the film finally arriving on our screens on November 20th.

You can watch Run and a host of other Hulu originals for free with a one-month trial of the streaming service.

Beyond that, Hulu is priced at $5.99 a month or $59.99 a year for its cheapest subscription, although a variety of add-on packages will get you more options (such as turning off adverts) and increased channels for a greater price.

Aside from its Hulu release in the US, it has not been announced when Run will be available to watch elsewhere.

Run is available to stream now on Hulu after releasing on November 20th, 2020.

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