Where to watch “On the Count of Three”

People are busy On the count of three, a dark comedy thriller that premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award. Now, the title is finally about to be available to a wider audience with a simultaneous release on May 13th to select cinemas and the digital streaming space.

Written by Ari Katcher and Ryan Welch and produced by Annapurna Pictures and Orion Pictures, On the count of three tells the story of depressed best friends Val (Jerrod Carmichael) and Kevin (Christopher Abbott) who decide to have one last amazing day together before making a suicide pact that will force them to kill each other (because apparently that’s what friends are for).

On the count of three boasts an incredible cast that includes Tiffany Haddish, Henry Winkler, JB Smoove, Lavell Crawford and Jared Abrahamson alongside Carmichael and Abbott. The film also marks Carmichael’s feature directorial debut.

Wondering how you can get this exciting new title when it’s available? Here’s everything you need to know about the highly anticipated Carmichael-led project:

WHERE TO LOOK ON THE COUNT OF THREE?

On the count of three premieres Saturday, May 13 in both select theaters and digital. If the movie isn’t playing in a theater near you or if you just prefer to see it from the comfort of your home, then you’re in luck!

You can watch On the count of three digitally via Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, Vudu, YouTube Red, Google Play and Microsoft Store. The movie will be available on all platforms at a premium price which will likely be between $18 and $25.

WILL BE ON THE COUNT OF THREE BE ON NETFLIX OR HULU?

At this time, there are no plans to On the count of three to stream on Netflix or Hulu. We’ll be the first to let you know if this changes in the future!

IS THERE A TRAILER FOR ON THE COUNT OF THREE?

Yes! You can watch it now, here:



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