What channel does dog come on? Let’s Explore


Right now, the only place to watch Dog is in a movie theater. Dog will begin playing in theaters across the U.S. on Friday, February 18. You can find a showing near you here.


A digital release date for Dog has not yet been announced, and it’s hard to predict when the film will become available to rent on demand.

Dog is an MGM/United Artists release, and unlike other movie studios during the pandemic, MGM has not had a consistent digital release strategy for its films. For example, House of Gucci released on digital platforms on February 1, after about 10 weeks in theaters. Other films like Licorice Pizza, still don’t have a digital release date.

Given that, our best guess is that Dog will stay in theaters exclusively for at least 45 days, a window many studios are now adhering to. By that timeline, you likely won’t be able to watch Dog at home until April 2022. Once the film does come to digital, you’ll be able to rent it on Amazon Prime, iTunes, YouTube, Google Play, Vudu, and more.

Keep in mind, this is all guesswork—take these estimates with a grain of salt.

How can I watch Dog? This twist on the usual buddy comedy genre is directed by romance movie actor Channing Tatum, who also stars. In Dog, he takes a reluctant cross-country trip with an unruly canine.

In the meantime, you can look at some of Amazon Prime’s best movies on the platform to get your bearings or, if you’re still juggling whether you want to take the plunge and subscribe, why not check out some of its free movies?

We’ll keep you updated on when exactly the movie is available on streaming services, and when you’ll be able to purchase a DVD or Blu-ray copy of the movie.

Dog will be available to watch in theatres from February 18 in both the UK and the US. As a widely-released film, dog-lovers and Channing Tatum enthusiasts alike will be able to book their tickets in advance as well as on the day (subject to availability) at most mainstream cinemas.

The full synopsis for the drama movie is as follows: “The pair drive each other insane, break a small handful of laws, narrowly evade death at the hands of some overly aggressive pot farmers, confront the possibility that pet psychics are real, teach each other how to love again, and give each other a chance for a new life.”

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