Where to Stream All the ‘Mission: Impossible’ Movies Right Now

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With the seventh “Mission: Impossible” having blasted into theaters last year with “Mission Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One,” there’s no better time to catch up on all the previous entries in the adrenaline-pumping franchise. Based on the 1966 television series of the same name, the films star Tom Cruise as Impossible Missions Force agent Ethan Hunt. Since investigating the mysterious murders of (almost) his entire team back in 1996, Hunt (and Cruise) has certainly been through the wringer ever since, climbing skyscrapers, clinging to the outside of planes, and flying helicopters all in the name of completing his missions and thrilling the audience. 

We’ve pulled together a list of streamers where you can find all seven of the existing “Mission: Impossible” movies, including “Dead Reckoning.” Or, if you aren’t keen on purchasing another streaming subscription or watching ads, they’re all available to rent or buy from most major digital retailers. 

Streaming on Paramount+

Simon Pegg and Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible
Paramount Pictures

If you’re a “Mission: Impossible” fan with a Paramount+ subscription, you’re in luck; all seven films are currently streaming on Paramount+ (including Paramount+ add-ons to other streaming services such as Amazon Prime, Roku, or Showtime). That’s:

  • “Mission: Impossible”
  • “Mission: Impossible 2”
  • “Mission: Impossible III”
  • “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol”
  • “Mission: Impossible: Rogue Nation”
  • “Mission: Impossible — Fallout”
  • “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning”

Plus, as a bonus, all seven seasons of the original “Mission: Impossible” TV series are also hosted on the streamer.

The first film teams Ethan up with Ving Rhames as computer hacker Luther Stickell; the third introduces us to Simon Pegg as IMF technician Benji Dunn and Michelle Monaghan as Julia Meade (and later Meade-Hunt after marrying Ethan); and the fourth pulls in Jeremy Renner as analyst William Brandt. 

“Rogue Nation” brings back Renner, Pegg, and Rhames, and adds Rebecca Ferguson as Ilsa Faust, a disavowed MI6 agent who makes a cunning addition to the team. Rhames, Pegg, and Ferguson then return for “Fallout,” which also adds Vanessa Kirby as arms dealer Alanna Mitsopolis. All are assemble again for “Dead Reckoning,” which also brings back Henry Czerny’s former IMF director Eugene Kittridge from the first film.

Paramount+ subscriptions start at $4.99 per month for the ad-supported plan (ad-free subscriptions are available for a little bit more), or if you’re up for a binge, the service offers a 7-day trial for new subscribers. 

Streaming on Prime Video

The following “Mission: Impossible” movies are also streaming on Prime Video.

  • “Mission: Impossible”
  • “Mission: Impossible 2”
  • “Mission: Impossible 3”
  • “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol”
  • “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation”

Streaming on Fubo

  • “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation”

Will there be a “Mission: Impossible 8?”

Yes. In fact, “Mission: Impossible 8” is already filming. This was planned to be “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two,” but after the disappointing box office of “Part One” Paramount nixed “Part One” off the title of “Dead Reckoning” and will be calling “M:I 8” something else.

Christopher McQuarrie directs and much of the cast of “Dead Reckoning” returns as this was envisioned as a two-part epic.