Is 80 for Brady Streaming on Paramount or HBO Max? Here’s what we know!


Have you ever wondered what would happen if four Oscar-nominated actresses, like Sally Field, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Rita Moreno, decided to work together on a movie? What would happen if you included legendary actor and singer Billy Porter, NFL All-Stars Rob Gronkowski and Tom Brady, and famous chef Guy Fieri? The best sports comedy of the year is now available to you.

Amazingly based on a true incident, the movie 80 for Brady tells the story of four die-hard New England Patriots supporters who feel they need more excitement in their lives as they become older. They all have a fervent interest in American football, which is how they have the wild idea to watch Super Bowl LI.

Their inability to attend what is obviously the largest athletic event in the country is the fundamental problem. The lovely friends now have to collaborate to devise a scheme so they can see their favorite football star bring home another Super Bowl trophy in person.


When Will 80 for Brady Be on Paramount+?

We can make an informed prediction based on another Paramount Pictures film even though a Paramount+ release date for 80 For Brady has not yet been announced.

The movie Smile had its theatrical premiere on September 30 of last year. On November 15, almost 45 days later, it was made accessible for viewing. If 80 For Brady follows the same pattern, Paramount+ subscribers may be able to enjoy the movie from the comfort of their homes by the end of March 2023.


Will 80 for Brady Be Available on HBO Max?

No, HBO Max will not air 80 For Brady since it is not a Warner Bros. movie. The company also said last year that it will no longer distribute films simultaneously in theatres and on streaming sites. The 45-day gap between theatrical and streaming releases was instead established.


Will 80 for Brady Be Available on Netflix?

80 For Brady won’t be making an appearance on Netflix any time soon because it will be moved to Paramount+ after its theatrical run. You’ll have to wait till it becomes accessible to watch on the platform or go to the cinemas in the interim.


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