F9 or Fast & Furious 9 is the tenth installment in the Fast Saga, and many subscribers are curious to learn if the hugely anticipated follow-up to The Fate of the Furious will be making its way to Netflix.
The franchise that started back in 2000 with epic street racing sequences slowly evolved into an intense, high-octane heist-focused series where the stakes are always ridiculously high, and the tactics that have been taken are always magnificently orchestrated in an over the top manner resulting in some of the most exhilarating action scenes the big screen has to offer.
F9 looks to be the biggest entry yet and sees many of the major players return to the mix, like Vin Diesel, Jordana Brewster, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, and Nathalie Emmanuel. Tokyo Drift stars Lucas Black, Jason Tobin, and Bow Wow return, as well as Helen Mirren and Sung Kang, plus Charlize Theron as the villainous evildoer Cipher.
John Cena enters the fold as the new villain who, shockingly enough, turns out to be Dom’s brother Jakob—a deadly assassin who has a personal vendetta against Toretto, which pulls the family out of retirement for one last ride yet again.
Like most in recent memory, the film has been delayed several times from making its theatrical debut due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now F9 is scheduled to release in the US on June 25, 2021, leaving many to wonder where Fast & Furious 9 will land when it’s time to make its streaming debut.
Will F9 be coming to Netflix?
It seems very unlikely that F9 will be coming to Netflix when it makes its way to smaller screens. There has been no official announcement regarding such matters, and unless things change, subscribers shouldn’t expect the pulse-pounding thrills of the latest iteration from the long-running blockbuster franchise to race its way onto the streaming service.
You can check out the trailer for F9 below: