Thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, movie releases have been impacted like never before with films either moving online or having their release dates delayed.
Despite the chaotic movie-viewing landscape, new films have continued to arrive and the highly anticipated Paw Patrol: The Movie is now just around the corner.
But just where will fans be able to watch Paw Patrol: The Movie when it releases?
Paw Patrol: The Movie release date and plot
Paw Patrol: The Movie will begin its theatrical run on August 9th in the UK and Ireland before the film arrives in the US and Canada on August 20th.
Following the events of the globally popular series, the Paw Patrol movie sees the titular team of canines facing their biggest test yet and the scheming Humdinger becomes Mayor the nearby Adventure City and begins wreaking havoc.
Led by 10-year-old human, Ryder, the Paw Patrol team finds help from a savvy new ally and must work together to save the citizens of Adventure City.
Where to watch Paw Patrol: The Movie
- Paw Patrol: The Movie will be released in cinemas worldwide and will also be made available on the Paramount+ streaming service.
That’s right, fans can choose to see Paw Patrol: The Movie on the big screen or from the comfort of their own home.
It should be noted that Paramount+ is only available in certain countries the Americas and Nordics at the time of writing.
In countries where Paramount+ is not available, Paw Patrol: The Movie will be exclusive to cinemas.
Fans in the US and Canada wanting to watch Paw Patrol in the cinema can get tickets for the film here.
How to stream via Paramount+
- Paw Patrol: The Movie will be available to stream on Paramount+ from August 20th, the same day as the theatrical release.
Fans wanting to stream the movie via Paramount+ can do so via a range of devices from various brands of Smart TV, PC, mobile devices and games consoles.
Paramount+ requires a subscription to watch and two packages are available.
The ‘Essential’ entry package is priced at $4.99 per month but has adverts and less content while the ‘Premium’ package, which costs $9.99 per month, does not have ads and has more content on offer.
A seven-day free trial is available for both the Essential and Premium packages.
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