Is Fresh with Sebastian Stan on Netflix?

It’s an excellent time to be a Sebastian Stan Stan! In between The 355, Pam & Tommy and now Fresh, there is a lot of great content. His latest film promises to be one of his darkest roles yet. Fresh is a new thriller comedy starring the 39-year-old actor and normal people Star Daisy Edgar Jones.

Mimi Cave makes her directorial debut with this film, based on a screenplay by Lauryn Kahn. It currently has an impressive Rotten Tomatoes 82% approval, including a Certified Fresh seal, which is impressive, especially since Stan’s most recent project Pam & Tommy also received high praise. It looks to be a good year for the Marvel star.

For those who haven’t heard of the film, it chronicles a young woman named Noa (Edgar-Jones) in the dating scene who meets a handsome man, Steve (Stan), at a grocery store. Noa soon realizes that her boyfriend has a very…unusual appetite.

Is Fresh on Netflix?

Unfortunately no, the film cannot be viewed on Netflix. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and Searchlight Pictures acquired the rights. Since Searchlight is a division of 20th Century Studios – parent company Walt Disney – the film will not be available on Netflix.

Where to stream Fresh with Sebastian Stan?

Since Disney owns Disney+ and Hulu, it makes sense Fresh would be acquired by Hulu. The film was released on the streaming service just today, March 4th. If you want to watch the movie, you’ll need a Hulu subscription because it’s technically a Hulu Original now.

There really aren’t that many Sebastian Stan projects on Netflix. Only two of the actor’s films are currently streaming: We have always lived the castle (based on the novel by Shirley Jackson) and The devil all the time. If you want to see something similar FreshI would highly recommend checking out Raw. Is Fresh with Sebastian Stan on Netflix?

Aila Slisco

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