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Anyone still in denial that spooky season is done until next year, don’t worry — you don’t have to say goodbye quite yet. The Exorcist: Believer makes its chilling debut on streaming and video starting Friday (Dec. 1), which means you can relieve every jump scare or experience it for the first time at home (so you can keep the lights turned on).
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Taking place 50 years after the first film, the sequel to the original nail-biting scary movie brings a modern twist. Leslie Odom Jr. stars as Victor Fielding, a single father whose daughter Angela (Lidya Jewett) and her best friend, Katherine (Olivia O’Neill), go missing for three days. When the two are discovered, they struggle to recount what happened due to gaps in their memories. Victor then witnesses strange and disturbing acts from his daughter that present as signs of demonic possession. It’s then that he searches for the only person known who has also experienced with such a phenomenon: Chris MacNeil (Ellen Burstyn).
Other cast members include original Exorcist star Linda Blair, E.J. Bonilla, Jennifer Nettles, Ann Dowd, Linda Boston, Raphael Sbarge, Norbert Leo Butz, Danny McCarthy and Antoni Corone.
Keep reading to learn the streaming options available.
How to Watch The Exorcist: Believer
The horror movie will stream exclusively through Peacock starting Friday (Dec. 1). If you already have a Peacock subscription, you can stream the movie for no additional cost. Just log in to your account and find the film under new releases.
Don’t have a subscription? While Peacock doesn’t offer a free trial, it is one of the more affordable streaming platforms out there with plans starting at $5.99/month. If you’re a student, you can take advantage of its student membership promo, which offers 12 months of the service for $1.99/month (regularly $5.99/month). Click here or the button below to start your subscription.
The Exorcist: Believer won’t be the only thing you can watch on Peacock. The streaming platform has two plans to choose from: Peacock Premium and Peacock Premium Plus, which will determine what content you have access to. Peacock Premium is the ad-supported plan that’s $5.99/month and offers the entire Peacock library on top of current Bravo and NBC shows, live sports and events and over 50 live TV channels. Peacock Premium Plus is $11.99/month and includes everything in the Premium plan minus ads, and allows you to download and watch select programs offline.
Content you can look forward to watching include Bupkis, Mrs. Davis, Poker Face, Bel-Air, Poker Face, Yellowstone, The Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip, Vanderpump Rules, Queens Court, The Traitors, The Best Man: The Final Chapters, Sick and other Peacock Originals in addition to NBC and Bravo shows, sports and more.
More Ways to Watch The Exorcist: Believer
If you prefer not to sign up for another streaming platform, The Exorcist: Believer is also available to buy on Prime Video, Apple TV and Roku TV starting at $19.99.
Collectors may want to snag the hardcopy of the collector’s edition DVD that’s available in Blu-ray and 4K editions.
“The Exorcist: Believer”
Included in the special collector’s edition of The Exorcist: Believer is a 4K definition disc, Blu-ray disc and digital code to bring the movie with you on the go.
Watch the trailer for The Exorcist: Believer below: