Pirates of the Caribbean, starring Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow, is one of Disney’s most profitable live-action franchises. What started as a single movie in 2003 evolved into a five-film franchise that made innumerable amounts of money. Not only a commercial success, but the role of Captain Jack Sparrow will forever be with us in our memory. So, where to relive all those awesome moments with the Black Pearl? Can you stream the Pirates of the Caribbean movies on Netflix? Well, let us find out.
A little recap
Just a brief summary of the film series thus far. It mostly follows Captain Jack Sparrow, a rum-loving pirate who is continuously getting himself into problems with magical entities. It’s one of the most popular Disney brands of all time, and fans have always adored it.
The first entry to the series came in 2003 (nearly two decades ago), and the last and final entry came in the form of 2017s Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge. Since then, there has been a talk of a reboot series with The Barbie star Margot Robbie. But the original franchise seems to be gone forever. So what better way to honor it than by rewatching it.
So the question arises.
Are Pirates of the Caribbean films available on Netflix?
Sadly, none of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies are available on Netflix at the time of writing. But don’t be concerned! There are various more options for seeing the other films.
Yes! On Amazon Prime Video, you can watch all of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies right now. Unfortunately, these are not among the free movies available, but you may rent or buy them for £2.49 (about $3.42).
Yes! After all, The Pirates of the Caribbean originated as a Walt Disney theme park experience, so it’s only logical that Disney+ offers all five Pirates of the Caribbean films for free with a membership.
Sadly apart from the above-mentioned streamers, no other OTT platform can stream all the Pirates of the Caribbean films.
Are you guys a fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean film series? Do let us know your answers in the comments.