Is Venom on Netflix? [How to Watch the Movie]

In 2018, Spiderman’s adjacent character Venom hot the screens that had an amazing response from Marvel fans across the world. But the main question is, is Venom available on Netflix?

Venom is available on Netflix but only in a handful of regions, including Germany, Turkey, Canada, and India. It is not available to stream on Netflix US, UK, France, New Zealand, and more.

Don’t panic! If you live somewhere outside these countries, we have a simple solution for you. You can watch Venom on Netflix from anywhere in the world.

How to Watch Venom on Netflix [Quick Guide]

Here’s how to watch Venom on Netflix from anywhere:

  1. Choose a VPN and subscribe to it. I highly recommend Surfshark as it is the cheapest VPN with plenty of servers in Canada, Australia, India, and 65 countries.
  2. Download the VPN application on your device.
  3. Log in and connect to an Australian VPN server (or Canada).
  4. Go to Netflix and sign in.
  5. Search for Venom and enjoy streaming.


Venom Netflix Countries 

Venom is available to stream on Netflix in the following countries:

  • Canada
  • Germany
  • India
  • Spain
  • Mexico
  • Switzerland

Where Can You Watch Venom Online [Streaming Options]

You can watch Venom on Netflix in a few regions only. So, you can unblock the Netflix region that has Venom on it with a VPN. There are a few streaming platforms where you can watch Venom online.

1. Amazon Prime Video


Venom is also available on Amazon Prime Video. You can either rent it for $3.99 or buy it in HD for $14.99. If it is not available in your region, you can unblock US Amazon Prime Video with a VPN to watch the movie online.

2. Vudu


2018’s Venom is also available on Vudu. You can rent the movie for $2.99 or buy it for $14.99. Vudu is, unfortunately, geo-restricted and is only available for viewers inside the US. With a VPN, you can unblock Vudu and stream Venom online from abroad.

Venom (2018) Trailer 

Venom is a Marvel movie that is a spin-off of a Spider-Man character. It follows the life of Eddie Brock, a failed reporter who comes in contact with an alien species that is planning to use humans as hosts.

However, the symbiote is of good nature and sides with humans to prevent his species from invading Earth. The action-adventure superhero movie has a rating of 6.7 on IMDB.

The movie made $856 million at the box office worldwide with $213 million from North America only. Despite that, the movie did not have the best reception as the Avengers: Infinity War was released the same year.

The movie was nominated for various awards for its visual effects and special stunts.

Venom Cast 

  • Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock
  • Michelle Williams as Anne Weying
  • Riz Ahmed as Carlton Drake
  • Scott Haze as Security Chief Roland Treece
  • Jenny Slate as Dr. Dora Skirth
  • Reid Scott as Dr. Dan Lewis
  • Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady
  • Malcolm C. Murray as Lewis Donate


What country has Venom on Netflix?

Venom is available on Netflix in Canada, Australia, Turkey, India, Brazil, Iceland, and Mexico. You can watch Venom 1 on Netflix from your country by using a VPN.

Can I watch Venom on Netflix? 

Although available in a few countries, you can watch Venom on Netflix. It is currently not available on Netflix in the US, but you can watch it on other Netflix regions like Canada, Australia, and more.

Is Venom on Disney plus?

No, Venom movies are not available on Disney plus as they are part of Sony. So, you cannot watch Vemon on Disney plus.

Will Venom 2 be on Netflix?

Yes, Venom 2 is available on Netflix but only on Netflix India. The Indian Netflix library has Venom: Let There Be Carnage. With a VPN, you can unblock the Indian library and stream Venom 2 on Netflix from anywhere. 



That’s it; you can now watch Venom on Netflix from anywhere in the world. If Venom is not on your Netflix, just connect to a VPN server in Australia, Canada, or other regions with the movie and change your Netflix region.

With a VPN, you can also watch other movies and shows on Netflix like:

Jack Foster is a tech geek and a binge-watcher with a major interest in streaming. He loves to blog about the latest movies, TV series, all events, and happenings in the steaming and entertainment industry.

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