Little Women is the 8th film adaptation of Louisa May’s 1868 novel of the same name, and it has been a huge success. The film features stars such as Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Meryl Streep, and Saoirse Ronan.

The film focuses on the March sisters as they deal with life in 1860s New England. The film moves back and forth in time as it details the intrigues of the sisters’ young adult lives. Greta Gerwig wrote the script in 2016, and she was later hired to direct the film after her success with Lady Bird.

Little Women will be released in theatres on Christmas day.

Will Little Women come to Netflix?

It is likely that Little Women will come to Netflix. Little Women will be distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. Sony Pictures and Netflix have a good relationship, and it means that there is a good chance that Little Women will be available on Netflix sometime in the future.

Sony Pictures Releasing recently licensed Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle to Netflix in Canada, the UK, and mainland Europe. It took two years for the film to be available on Netflix, and if Little Women follows the same timeline, we can expect it to appear on Netflix in late 2021. We will update you when an official Netflix release date is announced.

The 1994 adaptation of Little Women is available on Netflix depending on your region. The film was added to Netflix USA on 11th February 2019, but it was removed on 1st November 2019. It is currently available for Netflix subscribers in mainland Europe, Canada, South Korea, and South Africa.

Where can you stream Little Women (2019)?

It is highly likely that Little Women will be available on Sony’s streaming service, Crackle.

Sony purchased Crackle (originally known as Grouper) in 2006, and it is now owned by Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment. Crackle contains content from Sony Pictures and its subsidiaries.

We expect that Little Women will be available on Crackle before it is available on any other streaming service.

Similar films on Netflix.

You can stream the following films on Netflix before Little Women becomes available.

Tallulah: The 2018 film tells the story of Tallulah as she takes it upon herself to take care of a child that has been neglected by her mother. Tallulah’s decision pays off, and she goes on to live a happy life with the child. Tallulah is an inspiration for women determined to live by their own rules.

Seeing Allred: Seeing Allred is an inspiring documentary that shows us the world through Gloria Allred’s eyes. The feminist movement wouldn’t be where it is today without the input of women such as Gloria. Seeing Allred tells the story of the women’s rights attorney Gloria as she endeavors to find justice for sexual harassment victims in the USA.