Where to Watch and Stream Birds of Paradise Free Online


Cast: Diana Silvers
Kristine Froseth
Eva Lomby
Jacqueline Bisset
Solomon Golding

Generators:

Drama

Director: Sarah Adina Smith

Release Date: Sep 23, 2021

Two dancers at an elite ballet academy in Paris must compete for a contract to join the highly coveted Opéra National de Paris as they confront their competitive nature, sexual awakenings and how far they would go to win.

Netflix

Birds of Paradise never made it to Netflix, unfortunately. Still, Netflix holds a variety of shows one can watch for subscription plans that costs $9.99 per month for the basic plan, $15.49 monthly for the standard plan, and $19.99 a month for the premium plan.

Hulu

Birds of Paradise isn’t available to watch on Hulu. However, prices for this streaming service currently start at $6.99 per month, or $69.99 for the whole year. For the ad-free version, it’s $12.99 per month, $64.99 per month for Hulu + Live TV, or $70.99 for the ad-free Hulu + Live TV.

Disney Plus

No sign of Birds of Paradise on Disney+, which is proof that the House of Mouse doesn’t have its hands on every franchise! Home to the likes of ‘Star Wars’, ‘Marvel’, ‘Pixar’, National Geographic’, ESPN, STAR and so much more, Disney+ is available at the annual fee of $79.99, or the monthly membership cost of $7.99. If you’re a fan of even one of these brands, then signing up to Disney+ is definitely worth it, and there aren’t any ads, either.

HBO Max

You won’t find Birds of Paradise on HBO Max. But if you’re still interested in the service, it’s $14.99 per month, which gives you full access to the entire vault, and is also ad-free, or $9.99 per month with ads. However, the annual versions for both are cheaper, with the ad-free plan at $150 and the ad-supported plan at $100.

Amazon Video

As of now, Birds of Paradise is not available to watch for free on Amazon Prime Video. You can still buy or rent other movies through their service.

Peacock Premium

Birds of Paradise hasn’t made its way onto the Peacock streaming library. Peacock has plenty of other shows and movies for only $4.99 a month or $49.99 per year for a premium account.

Paramount Plus

Birds of Paradise is not on Paramount Plus also. Paramount Plus has two subscription options: the basic version ad-supported Paramount+ Essential service costs $4.99 per month, and an ad-free premium plan for $9.99 per month.

Apple TV

Birds of Paradise isn’t on Apple TV+ at the moment, sorry! In the meantime, you can watch top-rated shows like Ted Lasso on Apple TV with a subscription cost of $4.99 a month.

Virgin TV Go

Nope. Birds of Paradise is not currently available to watch for free on Virgin TV Go. There are plenty of other shows and movies on the platform which may interest you!

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