Here's How To Watch Magic Mike's Last Dance At Home

You'd be hard-pressed to find a more unlikely trilogy in recent memory than "Magic Mike." When Steven Soderbergh's original movie hit theaters in 2012, audiences went in anticipating a frivolous good time, only to be treated to a surprisingly thoughtful, nuanced examination of stripper culture and the economic realities of life in the post-Financial Crisis world. Three years later, "Magic Mike XXL" (helmed by Soderbergh's longtime assistant director, Gregory Jacobs) zagged in a different direction, combining road trip hijinks with a sex-positive rumination on women's needs and male camaraderie (albeit, through a mostly cisgender, heterosexual lens ... okay, save for that scene).

The tale of Michael "Magic Mike" Lane (Channing Tatum) has now been brought to a close with "Magic Mike's Last Dance," which also has Soderbergh back in the director's chair. True to its name, the film sees Channing Tatum's eponymous retired stripper turned furniture business owner hit the stage one last time to produce a play — and maybe something more — in London with the aid of a wealthy socialite named Maxandra Mendoza (Salma Hayek Pinault). Unlike its predecessors, however, "Magic Mike's Last Dance" has gotten a fairly lukewarm response from critics (you can read /Film's own review here), and has struggled to make much of a dent at the box office. On the upside, that means the third and final "Magic Mike" movie has already begun making its way onto the home market.

Magic Mike's Last Dance is available on PVOD

"Magic Mike's Last Dance" is now available on Premium Video On Demand (PVOD) through multiple digital retailers, including iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, and Vudu. For the time being, the film costs $19.99 to rent and $24.99 to buy in UHD, which is pretty standard pricing for this type of studio title. As always, those willing to wait a little while longer will be able to view the movie digitally at a lower cost once it's made its way onto HBO Max.

So when will that happen? Warner Bros. Discovery previously made a commitment to giving its theatrical releases a minimum 45-day exclusive window prior to making them available to stream, which puts "Magic Mike's Last Dance" (which, lest we forget, was originally going to be an HBO Max exclusive) on course to reach the company's streamer (whatever it's called by that point) near the end of March. Moreover, WBD tends to wait about a month or so between streaming its films and making them available on Blu-ray, so all you home media lovers probably shouldn't counting on adding the final chapter in the "Magic Mike" saga to your collection until late April or early May.