Where To Watch “I Want You Back”?

    I Want You Back, a comedy starring Charlie Day (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Jenny Slate (Marcel the Shell with Shoes On) has received its first official trailer.

    The film, directed by Jason Orley (Big Time Adolescence), follows Peter (Day) and Emma (Slate), two complete strangers who bond over the fact that their respective girlfriends, Anne (Gina Rodriguez) and Noah (Scott Eastwood), deserted them on the same weekend.

    The conventional American romantic comedy has been essentially dead for a decade or more, at least in terms of wide-release theatre releases, but this is one area where streaming may have actually aided in the survival of a genre. With its mismatched duo of love characters, portrayed by Charlie Day and Jenny Slate, each of whom is dealing with a recent, tragic breakup, Amazon’s upcoming I Want You Back clearly fits the description. When the two meet, however, sparks don’t fly; instead, they resolve to join their resources in order to reclaim their ex-boyfriend and girlfriend.

    Plot- Until their respective spouses rejected them, Peter (Charlie Day) and Emma (Jenny Slate) thought they were on the verge of life’s biggest milestones – marriage, kids, and houses in the suburbs. After learning that their true loves have already moved on, Peter and Emma devise a funny plot to reclaim their ex-lovers, which has surprising repercussions.

    Will the movie be available on HBO Max?

    HBO Max doesn’t have this movie in its recent releases. The January 2022 HBO Max schedule is the gift that keeps on giving, with brand new premieres including the series Euphoria: Season 2 and the special Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts. To start off the holidays, HBO Max continues to deliver a slew of unique, high-quality material, including fresh premieres of HBO Original programs such as Search Party: Season 5, The Righteous Gemstones: Season 2, and Take Out with Lisa Ling: Season 1, as well as a slew of other familiar titles.

    Will the movie be available on Hulu?

    The movie is not going to be accessible on Hulu. Hulu is raiding CBS’s closet and launching How I Met Your Father, a continuation of the sitcom How I Met Your Mother, as part of its January 2022 lineup of new releases. Putting aside the complaints about the needless restarting, the Hillary Duff-starring sitcom might be worth a shot. Telling a story set in 2022 from a future perspective, if nothing else, could be interesting.

    There are no other Hulu original shows to mention than HIMYF. Hulu has instead decided to expand its film catalog once more. Master and Commander, Seven, and a slew of other Star Treks will be available on January 1.

    Where to watch this movie?

    Where to watch this movie

    On February 11, 2022, Amazon Prime Video will release I Want You Back, just in time for the inevitable Valentine’s Day push. Starting December 14, the monthly, quarterly, and annual subscription options for Amazon Prime will all experience a price rise. As a result, consumers will be able to purchase an annual Prime membership for Rs. 1,499, up from Rs. 999 before. The cost of an Amazon Prime subscription will be modified on a monthly and quarterly basis in the same way.

    Customers will now pay 50 percent extra for Prime membership starting December 14 at Rs. 1,499 per year, up from Rs. 999 previously. It would also boost its monthly pricing by roughly 39%, from Rs. 129 to Rs. 179. Similarly, Amazon Prime’s quarterly plan would increase by nearly 39% to Rs. 459 from Rs. 329.

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