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The Toretto Family Is Coming Home! Fast X Officially Drives Onto Peacock Sept. 15

Bring Jason Momoa's unhinged villain into the comfort of your living room.

By Josh Weiss
Fast X (2023)

Fast X — or, as we like to call it, the beginning of the end for the Toretto family saga — is exclusively coming to Peacock on Friday, Sept. 15, the streamer has announced.

Now available on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray DVD, and Digital with a trunk full of bonus features, the start of a swan song trilogy for the 22-year-old franchise, Fast X was directed by blockbuster veteran Louis Leterrier (The Transporter, The Incredible Hulk).

Where Can You Stream Fast X?

The latest Fast & Furious sequel is available now to rent and purchase on all major digital movie platforms, and will stream on Peacock beginning Friday, Sept. 15.

Justin Lin and Dan Mazeau co-wrote the screenplay, which ties directly back into the events of Fast Five. After stealing a vault full of cash from Hernan Reyes, Dom (Vin Diesel) and Brian (Paul Walker) unknowingly made a brutal enemy out of the crime-lord's son, Dante (Fast Saga newcomer Jason Momoa). He's studied every facet of the Toretto crew for a decade and knows exactly how to make them hurt.

RELATED: Fast Saga Box Office Zooms Past $7 Billion Worldwide Less Than a Week After Release of Fast X

Like several of its 2023 blockbuster peers — Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Asteroid City, Barbie, and OppenheimerFast X rocks an insanely stacked cast that includes a total of four Academy Award winners. See below for a rundown of the full ensemble:

Vin Diesel (Dominic Toretto), Michelle Rodriguez (Letty Ortiz), Chris "Ludacris" Bridges (Tej Parker), Charlize Theron (Cipher), Jason Statham (Deckard Shaw), Jordana Brewster (Mia Toretto), John Cena (Jakob Toretto), Jason Momoa (Dante Reyes), Nathalie Emmanuel (Ramsey), Sung Kang (Han Lue), Daniela Melchior (Isabel), Tyrese Gibson (Roman Pearce), Brie Larson (Tess), Alan Ritchson (Aimes), Rita Moreno (Dom's grandmother), Leo Abelo Perry (Dom's son, Brian), Helen Mirren (Magdalene "Queenie" Shaw), and Scott Eastwood (Little Nobody).

Lin — who was originally going to direct the film — also served as producer alongside Diesel, Neal H. Moritz, Jeff Kirschenbaum, and Samantha Vincent. Joseph M. Caracciolo, Jr., David Cain, Chris Morgan, Amanda Lewis, and Mark Bomback were executive producers.

The movie filled up its box office gas tank with more than $700 million worldwide, making it the fourth-highest grossing release of the year so far after The Super Mario Bros. Movie (now streaming on Peacock!), Barbie, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

What's next for the Fast & Furious franchise?

Leterrier will return to direct Fast 11 (aka Fast X: Part Two), which is currently scheduled to hit cinemas on April 4, 2025. A Luke Hobbs-centric movie meant to bridge the narrative gap between Parts One and Two was confirmed by Dwayne Johnson not long after Fast X opened, which makes sense, considering his surprise return at the end of the film.

Relive a small part of the Fast Saga on Peacock with Furious 7 (2015).