Bohemian Rhapsody took the world by storm when it was released in theaters in 2018. This highly-acclaimed musical biopic chronicles the journey of the legendary rock band Queen and its iconic frontman Freddie Mercury.
With its toe-tapping music, gripping storytelling and Rami Malek’s Oscar-winning performance as Freddie Mercury, it’s no wonder the biographical film became the highest-grossing musical biopic of all time.
If you haven’t watched this blockbuster film yet, you’re probably wondering where you can stream it in 2023.
Luckily, in the streaming era it’s easier than ever for music fans to belt out “We Will Rock You” and “We Are The Champions” along with the film anytime and anywhere.
Is Bohemian Rhapsody on Netflix?
Unfortunately, Bohemian Rhapsody is no longer available for streaming on Netflix. The biopic was added on Netflix in 2019 after the theatrical run, but it has been officially removed from Netflix on June 15, 2023.
However, you can watch a lot of similar musical films on Netflix like Miss Americana, Rebellion, Tick Tick Boom, The Dirt, Get on Up, Da Partments movie, The Playlist, Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with somebody, FNAF, Autumn Girl, Roxanne, 8 Mile, etc. if you are having a Netflix subscrption right now.
Where to watch Bohemian Rhapsody?
Here’s where you can stream, rent, or buy the biographical film right now:
Bohemian Rhapsody is now streaming on Disney+. As a subscriber, you can watch the film as much as you want in up to 4K resolution. Disney plus also lets you download the movie for offline viewing.
You can also find the movie on Hulu. It’s included for all Hulu subscribers with no additional fees. The library of is filled with lots of amazing shows like Motherland: Fort Salem and Black Cake, released in November 2023 on Hulu.
Amazon Prime Video
The musical biopic is available to rent or purchase on Amazon Prime Video. Renting the movie in HD will cost $3.99 while buying it digitally is $13.99. As an Amazon Prime member, you can also download it for offline viewing.
On YouTube and Google Play, the movie can be rented in HD for $3.99 or purchased in up to 4K resolution for $12.99. Also, downloading for offline access is enabled on both streaming platforms for purchased content.
Like other streaming services, Vudu is offering the film for rent ($3.99 HD) or purchase ($12.99 HDX). Once purchased, you can download it on Vudu’s mobile app for iOS and Android.
You can also get Bohemian Rhapsody on DVD, Blu-ray or 4K Ultra HD from retail stores or sites like Amazon. This is great if you prefer watching in higher quality physical formats and bonus features.
With so many streaming options, you have no excuses not to rewatch Rami Malek’s Oscar-winning performance as Freddie Mercury and see Queen’s legendary Live Aid concert again.
Whether you’re in the mood for inspirational, toe-tapping musical numbers or an emotional biopic about an iconic rock star, this pop classic has something for every rock fan.
Bohemian Rhapsody Cast
- Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury (Farrokh Bulsara), British musician, songwriter and lead vocalist of Queen
- Lucy Boynton as Mary Austin, Mercury’s former fiancée, close friend and muse
- Gwilym Lee as Brian May, Queen’s lead guitarist
- Aidan Gillen as John Reid, Queen’s first manager
- Meneka Das as Jer Bulsara, Mercury’s mother
- Joe Mazzello as John Deacon, Queen’s bassist
- Ace Bhatti as Bomi Bulsara, Mercury’s father
- Mike Myers as Ray Foster, a fictional EMI executive
- Priya Blackburn as Kashmira Bulsara, Mercury’s sister
- Aaron McCusker as Jim Hutton, Mercury’s boyfriend
- Ben Hardy as Roger Taylor, Queen’s drummer
- Tim Plester as Roy Thomas Baker, Queen’s co-producer
- Emily May (Brian May’s daughter) as concert attendee
- Adam Lambert as trucker
- Dermot Murphy as Bob Geldof, Live Aid organiser
- Jack Roth as Tim Staffell, vocalist & bassist of the band Smile
- Max Bennett as David, Mary’s new boyfriend (later husband)
- Neil Fox-Roberts as Mary’s father
- Michelle Duncan as Shelley Stern, a reporter
- Allen Leech as Paul Prenter, Mercury’s personal manager and lover
- Luke Deacon (John Deacon’s son) as concert attendee
- Dickie Beau as Kenny Everett, radio broadcaster from Capital London
- Tom Hollander as Jim “Miami” Beach, Queen’s lawyer turned manager