TV & Movies

Where To Stream Spencer

The film is now available to watch on Hulu.

Originally Published: 
Kristen Stewart as Diana Spencer in 'Spencer' (2021). Photo courtesy of NEON.

Diana was known as the “People’s Princess,” so it’s only fitting that her biopic be made available to the people: After a period of theatrical-only release, Spencer is streaming, and fans can finally watch Kristen Stewart play the Princess of Wales from their homes.

Spencer, directed by Jackie’s Pablo Larraín, has garnered significant acclaim in the run-up to the 94th Academy Awards, with Stewart earning a nomination for Best Actress. All the buzz is making viewers even more excited to watch the movie, even months after it debuted in theaters.

Below, everywhere you can stream Spencer.

Where is Spencer Available To Stream?

As of now, Spencer can be streamed on Hulu with any of its subscription plans. The film is also available to rent or buy on most video-on-demand platforms, including Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play, AMC Theatres On Demand, Redbox On Demand, YouTube, Vudu, and Microsoft.

It isn’t yet clear if Spencer will become available on other subscription-based services — like Netflix or HBO Max — at a future date. Bustle will be sure to update this article as more information becomes available.

What Has The Reaction To Spencer Been Like?

Oscar buzz had been circling Stewart since Spencer premiered at the Venice International Film Festival in September 2021, with critics and audiences alike hailing the former teen star for her moving performance. So it wasn’t a huge surprise that when awards season arrived, she was nominated for Best Actress at the Oscars, Golden Globes, Critics’ Choice Awards, and many more.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Stewart revealed that she accepted the role without having seen the script. She spent her time prepping for the part by working with a dialect coach and reading numerous biographies of the beloved British icon.

“She's such a strange combination of things that don't seem to go together," Stewart told EW. “The power she pulls into every room is probably what was so upsetting for people who wanted a sort of demure and quiet figurehead.... She was just tactile and warm and kind of buzzing with fragility that needed to be pacified and salved.”

This article was originally published on