Watch the complete Indiana Jones franchise right at home.
You've popped the popcorn and turned down the lights. Now it's time to figure out what to watch for movie night.
Might we suggest the iconic Indiana Jones franchise created by the talented George Lucas? Along with Harrison Ford's star power, the best thing about starting the Indiana Jones series means you have your movie night films locked down for some time. You can even opt for the esteemed days-long movie marathon to watch them all in a shorter span.
If you're going to watch in chronological order, your Indy binge actually starts with the prequel about the young Indy. The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles came out in 1992 and is comprised of full-length episodes and made-for-TV movies. Since then, the former ABC show has been re-edited as The Adventure of Young Indiana Jones and is available to watch on Disney+.
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones
Starring Sean Patrick Flanery as a young Indiana Jones, learn how the man became the legend as Indy globetrots with his family making his mark on history. The series has 22 episodes all around one and half hours. While Disney+ says the show has a rating of TV-MA, each episode has its own rating ranging from PG to MA.
Next, it's time to start on the original movies from the 1980s. All three films are available to stream on Disney+.
Raiders of the Lost Ark
We first meet archeology professor Indiana Jones in the 1981 film Raiders of the Lost Ark. Taking place in 1936, Jones has to fight the Nazis to recover, The Ark of the Covenant, a biblical artifact.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was released in 1989. Fans of the franchise were delighted when Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull began shooting more than 15 years later.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
In the midst of the Cold War, Indiana Jones must stop Irina Spalko (Cate Blanchett) from gaining power from the Crystal Skull, entangling him in a new mission to save the world.
The most recent Indiana Jones movie, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, was released in theaters earlier this summer. It's the final Indiana Jones movie, at least for Harrison Ford. Ford spoke to ET about the film, calling it "a final chapter." He went on to say, "For Indiana Jones, I wanted to see him at the end of his career, at the end of the road that we've established. We've taken him part of the way, I wanted to take us all the way."
This interview was conducted prior to the SAG-AFTRA strike, which began on July 13, 2023.
Now available for purchase on either Apple TV+ or Amazon Prime Video, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny will likely make it to Disney+ sometime in the coming months.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny
Struggling with the idea the world has outgrown him, Indiana Jones is on the verge of retirement. However, when a powerful artifact may fall into the wrong hands, it's time for one last quest.
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