Bridget Jones’s Diary is one of the most iconic British rom-coms out there. Not only does it feature a clumsy, hilarious and relatable lead character for many people out there, it also has Huge Grant and Colin Firth quite literally butting heads for the affection of Bridget.

Whilst the first film is the most well-known, there are three films in the Bridget Jones series. These are Bridget Jones’s Diary, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason and Bridget Jones’s Baby. All of them are perfect movies to settle down with over a glass of wine and copious amounts of chocolates this Valentine’s Day.

If you want to go on a Bridget binge, then you’re in luck. We’ve rounded up all the places to watch the films – whether its streaming, renting or buying. We also have similar articles for Mamma Mia!, 10 Things I Hate About You and Ghost.

Where to watch Bridget Jones’s Diary

The first film is undoubtedly the best one of three, in which Bridget is trying to make her way in the big city and turn her life around by keeping track of her goals and love life in her diary. She eventually finds herself in a love triangle with two men – her colleague Daniel Cleaver and an old family friend, Mark Darcy.

Stream it online for free

The film is available to stream on Sky's Now TV service. You’ll have to sign up for the Cinema Pass for £11.99 (for a month's worth) but if you've never done so before then you can take advantage of a seven-day free trial. Just make sure you cancel the trial before the seven days are up to avoid paying anything.

In addition, if you’ve got a Netflix account then you’re in luck. You can stream the movie on Netflix now.

Sadly, Netflix doesn’t offer a free trial for new members. However, subscriptions start from just £5.99 per month, with the option to cancel at any time. Plus, there's plenty of other great movies and TV shows on there to enjoy.

Rent or buy a digital copy

If you’d prefer, you can also rent or buy a digital copy from the likes of Amazon UK, YouTube, Google Play or iTunes. Rental costs start from £2.49, whilst buying costs start from £4.99.

Rent or buy the DVD

The DVD and Blu-Ray versions of Bridget Jones are also available on Amazon UK. Alternatively, you can rent the DVD completely for free with a 30-day trial of Cinema Paradiso, a DVD leasing service.

Where to watch Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason

The second film takes place after (spoilers) Bridget and Mark have got together. However, their different social classes and opinions on relationships start to get in the way of their happily ever after. And of course, Daniel Cleaver comes back once again to stir the pot.

Stream it online for free

You can also stream the second Bridget Jones film on Now TV for free using a seven-day free trial of the Cinema Pass. 

The film is also available on Netflix UK at the time of writing.

Rent or buy a digital copy

There is also the digital copy available which you can rent or buy. You can purchase or lease it from Amazon UK, Google Play, YouTube and iTunes. Renting costs start from £2.49, and buying costs start from £4.99.

Rent or buy the DVD

The DVD and Blu-Ray versions are also available from Amazon UK. Like the first film, you can also lease it for free with a trial of Cinema Paradiso.

Where to watch Bridget Jones’s Baby

The final film in the Bridget Jones series released in 2016, and follows a more mature Bridget who has risen through the ranks in journalism, but sadly has broken up with the love of her life, Mark Darcy. Bridget goes to a festival with her friend, and ends up meeting a charming man called Jack.

However, after an unexpected reunion with Mark, Bridget finds herself pregnant – and she doesn’t know who the father is.

Sadly, at the time of writing Bridget Jones’s Baby isn’t available on any of the major UK streaming platforms at no additional cost for subscribers – including Netflix. If you want to watch this film, you’ll have to look elsewhere.

Rent or buy a digital copy

Fortunately, renting the film is relatively cheap, with prices starting from £1.99. You can do this from Amazon UK, Google Play and iTunes.

You can also buy the film from these places too, with prices starting from £4.99.

Rent or buy the DVD

Alternatively, you can buy the DVD or Blu-Ray from Amazon UK. You can also rent it for free using a 30-day trial of Cinema Paradiso.

If you want to get all three films on DVD, the cheapest way would be to buy the boxset from Amazon.