December is here, and that means that there’s only a few weeks until The Matrix Resurrections releases, which will be the fourth instalment in the cyberpunk, dystopian series.
The Matrix isn’t exactly the easiest plot to understand, and if you want a refresher on what the story entails (or you just want to experience all of the awesome action scenes again), then we have you covered. Here’s all the places to watch The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions in the UK and the US.
You can also read up on how to watch The Matrix Resurrections on HBO Max in the UK.
Where to watch The Matrix trilogy in the UK
All three films are available to stream via a Now Cinema Membership. You can get a seven-day free trial for the service if you’re a new customer – after that, an account costs £9.99 per month.
The Matrix trilogy was on Netflix UK in 2021, but it was taken off in November and moved over to Now.
You can rent and buy digital editions of all three Matrix films from the following places:
Currently, you can get the box set of all three films and The Animatrix from Google Play for just £9.99. However, all the stores above also offer each film separately.
The Animatrix isn’t available on any streaming platform, so you’ll have to buy/rent it if you want to watch this as well.
Alternatively, if you prefer physical media, then you can get The Matrix trilogy box set from the following places:
Where to watch The Matrix trilogy in the US
There are two options for streaming The Matrix Trilogy in the US. The first is on the Warner Bros. owned streaming service, HBO Max.
You can sign up for either an ad-supported account for £9.99 per month or an ad-free account for £14.99 per month. The latter will also allow you to watch The Matrix Resurrections when it is released on 22 December.
- Watch The Matrix on HBO Max
- Watch The Matrix Reloaded on HBO Max
- Watch The Matrix Revolutions on HBO Max
You can also watch The Matrix Trilogy on Hulu, the Disney-owned streaming service with shows such as Only Murders in the Building and The Handmaid’s Tale. This comes in slightly cheaper than HBO Max, at $6.99 for ad-supported viewing and $12.99 for ad-free viewing.
There’s also a bundle that includes Disney+ and ESPN+ for $13.99 per month.
Alternatively, if you’d rather own The Matrix trilogy, you can get a digital copy from the following stores:
In addition, you can also grab all three Matrix films on DVD/Blue-Ray from the following retailers: