The demonic thrills and chills of The Exorcist: Believer are coming to Peacock next month!
The NBCUniversal streaming platform announced today that the horror film will become available to stream on Friday, December 1. Helmed and co-written by David Gordon Green (one of the masterminds behind the recent Halloween trilogy), Believer serves as a direct sequel to the original Exorcist movie released in 1973.
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When will The Exorcist: Believer become available on Peacock?
The Exorcist: Believer hits Peacock Friday, December 1.
The service currently offers two monthly subscription plans: Premium ($5.99 a month with ads) and Premium Plus ($11.99 a month with no ads and download access for certain titles). If you’re a student, you can enjoy the Premium plan for just $1.99 for an entire year!
How to watch The Exorcist: Believer at home
The Exorcist: Believer is currently available to rent and/or purchase from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment on PVOD services like Vudu and Apple TV.
Is The Exorcist: Believer still playing in theaters?
Yes! Click here to pick up tickets. As of this writing, the film has racked up more than $133 million at the worldwide box office, making it the second-highest grossing entry in the franchise after the ’73 original.
What is The Exorcist: Believer about?
Written by David Gordon Green and Peter Sattler, Believer doubles down on the demonic threat by having two possessed girls instead of one. When best friends Angela (Lidya Jewett) and Katherine (Olivia Marcum) go missing in the woods, their parents search for them in vain. The girls turn up after three days, but they don’t seem to be the same carefree kids who vanished.
Doctors and other medical experts are baffled by their unsettling behavior, prompting Angela’s father, Victor (Leslie Odom Jr.), to seek out a possession expert: Chris MacNeil (Ellen Burstyn reprising the character for the first time in half a century).
Jennifer Nettles and Norbert Leo Butz play Katherine’s parents, while Ann Dowd rounds out the ensemble as Victor and Angela’s next-door neighbor.
Green and Danny McBride — both of whom conceived of the story with Scott Teems — were executive producers on the soft reboot alongside Stephanie Allain, Ryan Turek, Brian Robinson, and Christopher Merrill. David Robinson, James G. Robinson, and Jason Blum were producers.
Two more sequels are currently in development. The second installment — titled The Exorcist: Deceiver — is slated for a wide theatrical release in spring 2025.
Looking for more theatrical action in the meantime? Five Nights at Freddy’s; The Super Mario Bros. Movie; Asteroid City; Fast X; Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken; and Strays are also streaming.
Originally published Oct 23, 2023.