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Is The Addams Family on Netflix? Where to watch

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It’s no doubt that The Addams Family is and, probably, forever will be the blueprint for series with creepy, kooky, mysterious, and spooky families.

The iconic dark comedy show first aired back in 1964 and was watched by millions during its two-year run. Fast forward almost 60 years later, the series is still hailed as legendary, having a perfect 100% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes and a 7.9 out of 10 on IMDb.

Its legacy lived on with tons of film adaptations and series remakes including the 1993 film adaptation Addams Family Values, but it doesn’t stop there!

Netflix recently announced an upcoming new show, titled Wednesday, that will be directed by Beetlejuice director Tim Burton and will feature You actress Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams.

If you’re just as excited as we are for this upcoming release, you probably want to take it back to the OG series to relive that supernatural magic for the first time. We tell you where you can currently stream The Addams Family right here.

Is The Addams Family on Netflix?

Unfortunately, the original The Addams Family, as well as all the remakes of the 1964 dark comedy series, are not available to watch on Netflix.

It’s a little unclear why the streaming platform has yet to acquire the acclaimed show, but as soon as we know more, we’ll be sure to update you on all the latest.

In the meantime, there are some other places where you may be able to stream The Addams Family. 

Where can I watch The Addams Family?

Great news, you can watch the original 1964 series for free on both Pluto TV as well as Amazon Prime Video!

Additionally, The Addams Family (1991 movie adaptation starring Anjelica Huston and Raul Julia) is currently streaming on Hulu upon subscription and a Starz add-on. While you’re there, Hulu has the most recent 2019 film adaptation as well.

Once Netflix finally adds the series, we will be sure to let you know, but feel free to check out other throwback series and films on the platform like The Little Rascals, Scarface, The Twilight Zone, and Star Trek.

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