Is Contagion on Netflix or Amazon Prime? Where can I watch Contagion?

Contagion is an American thriller film directed by Steven Soderbergh that follows a virus outbreak all around the world just like Covid-19 pandemic. People are dying within no time and respiratory doctors are unable to interpret the transmission of virus. But anyhow researchers manage to make a vaccine to halt the global outbreak, a lot of people have already died before the introduction of vaccine and graveyards are lacking storage to cremate the deceased bodies. How will the medical team rescue the remaining survivors among regions infected with deadly virus?

Is Contagion on Netflix?

Sadly, Contagion is not streaming on Netflix USA and Canada but there are various similar pandemic movies that you can watch on the same platform like Birdbox. 93 Days, The Host, #Alive, Ravenous, Train To Busan, Cargo, etc. The movie is streaming on Netflix UK only.

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Does Amazon Prime have Contagion?

The pandemic movie is not yet streaming for Amazon Prime Video subscribers but it is available to rent/purchase from the same platform for $3.99/$7.99. However, you cannot stream the movie via Prime Video subscription but there are so many thriller movies that you can watch as Virus, World War Z, etc.

Where to watch Contagion movie?

“Contagion” movie is available to rent or purchase from Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies, Vudu, Amazon Video, Microsoft Store, YouTube, Redbox, AMC on Demand, and DIRECTV inside the United States and Canada(streaming on Crave+).


The movie is similar to coronavirus where a virus outbreak occurs and killed millions of peoples worldwide. However, this film story was inspired from by 2002 SARS outbreak and 2009 flu pandemic that hit hard humanity. Folks start dying everywhere with an unidentified disease with a scary disease just like global pandemic Covid-19 affected the world.

Contagion deals with Mitch Emhoff who loses his wife and stepson after a business trip to Hong Kong but found himself naturally immune to the deadly disease. It gets a lot of things right to real life pandemic but fails to display the sheer horror of virus spreading globally.

Lakshya Kaushik

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