Bombshell is an upcoming drama film that is based on the allegations made by several women at Fox News CEO Roger Ailes for sexual harassment. The film will feature stars such as Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie, John Lithgow, and Kate McKinnon.

The film was first proposed after the death of Roger in 2017, and filming began in October 2018. The film is set to be released in the US on 13th December 2019, and worldwide on 20th December 2019. It is set to be a significant film in the #MeToo movement era. Keep reading to find out whether it will be on Netflix.

Will Bombshell be available on Netflix?

Bombshell will not be available on Netflix in the foreseeable future.

The film will be distributed by Lionsgate. Lionsgate had a great relationship with Netflix, but it broke down spectacularly in 2015.

There is little chance that the deal will be revived in time for Bombshell to appear on Netflix. Lionsgate has also signed a deal with another streaming service thus locking Netflix out.

Where can you stream Bombshell?

Hulu is the most likely destination for Bombshell. Lionsgate has a streaming deal with Hulu that will see Lionsgate films head to Hulu at the end of their theatrical runs.

The deal is set to cover Lionsgate films coming out in 2020 and 2021. We suspect that the deal will also cover Bombshell, which will come out in late 2019. The show will also be headed to FX as part of the deal.

Similar films on Netflix.

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9 to 5

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This teen comedy focuses on the lives of four girls who enter a beauty contest as a rebellion against the conventions in their town in South Texas. Dumplin is a movie that screams body positivity.


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