Is Bromates with Lil Rel Howery on Netflix? (where to see)

Everyone loves a good buddy comedy, and bromates appears to be another groundbreaking addition to the genre. But can Netflix subscribers join in the fun?

It’s never great when a friend gets dumped. But it’s even worse when both friends are dumped at the same time. This is exactly the situation in which it happens bromates. Sid and Jonesie are dumped on the curb by their friends and decide to move in together and become the titular duo. But things don’t go as expected, leading to all sorts of hilarity from start to finish.

The film stars Josh Brener, who fans will recognize Silicon Valley and The internshipand Jonesie is played by Lil Rel Howery, who fans will recognize from the film Go out and his own series rel. Also joining the cast are talented personalities such as Taryn Manning, Snoop Dogg, Flula Borg, Brendan Scannell, Rob Riggle and Jamie Brewer.

The 98-minute laugh-out-loud film is directed by Court Crandall, who co-wrote the screenplay with Chris Kemper. Whether it’s the extraordinary people involved or the groundbreaking storyline, there are plenty of reasons to check it out bromates.

Is Bromates with Lil Rel Howery available on Netflix?

There are probably many subscribers who would like to watch the buddy comedy on the streamer. But unfortunately that won’t happen any time soon because bromates is not available on Netflix.

The streaming powerhouse has a wide range of other options from the comedy genre available to stream now. Some insanely fun options include The man from Toronto, Don’t look upand senior year.

Where to Stream Bromates with Lil Rel Howery

bromates is in cinemas. The comedy film can also be found on Prime Video to rent or buy.

You can check out the trailer below: Is Bromates with Lil Rel Howery on Netflix? (where to see)

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