It’s a Christmas miracle! Released in theaters in early September, the fourth film in the After franchise, After Ever Happy, finally has a Netflix release date. And what better way to spend the holidays than to obsess over the cursed relationship between Tessa (Josephine Langford) and Hardin (Hero Fiennes Tiffin)?
The film, which will premiere on the streaming platform on December 25, picks up where After We Fell left off: Hardin has just found out that his biological father is actually a close family friend who happens to be be the boss of his girlfriend. Untidy !
After Ever Happy Trailer
A trailer for the film was released in July. You can watch the clip in its entirety below to get an idea of what’s to come:
After Ever Happy will be released on Amazon Prime Video in the UK in late 2022 – sign up for a free trial of Prime Video. You can also buy Anna Todd’s After Ever Happy and Before novels now.
Where to watch After movies
Unfortunately, you can’t watch all After movies on Netflix. The first film in the franchise, After (2019), is no longer streaming on Netflix. You can watch it on Hulu.
On the plus side, After We Collided and After We Fell are still available on Netflix. It’s a good time to rewatch those movies to refresh your memory before Ever Happy After arrives this Christmas.
When is After Ever Happy coming to Netflix in 2022?
On November 21, Netflix announced that the fourth film in the romantic drama franchise would arrive on the streaming service in the United States on December 25. Merry Christmas to After fans!
After Ever Happy, the fourth film in the After film series, starring Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin, arrives on Netflix (US) on the 25th from December. pic.twitter.com/wOLIKAE8Yt
When will After Ever Happy be on Netflix?
The Three After movies are already on Netflix, which means the next one will appear on the platform. However, it’s a bit difficult to predict when Netflix will add After Ever Happy to its library, given Netflix’s erratic publishing pattern.
After, the first film, appeared on Netflix six months after its theatrical release. The second film, After We Collided, debuted on Netflix two months after its theatrical release. Netflix added the third movie, After We Fell, three and a half months after it hit theaters.