Do you want to watch all the Fast and Furious films in order? “F9” is now available to watch on the internet, and Fast ten has been set to release in 2023. We are nearing the “conclusion” of this series, which makes it the best time to go through the many action films.
20 years ago Brian O’Conner (played by the late Paul Walker) and Dom Toretto (played by Vin Diesel) introduced the storyline in The Fast and the Furious before a global audience. The show began with basic street racing action, but was later transformed into a massive adventure series and each film featured numerous hilarious and visually amazing stunts.
The show is now a huge hit for Marvel, featuring an extensive cast of characters, several spin-offs, as well as a myriad of viral memes that circulate through social media. Although understanding what happened to the Fast and Furious sequels now might be difficult because of its odd name-naming conventions. Additionally certain Fast & Furious movies are older in time line than others, even although they were made prior to. The good news is that we are here to help.
A chronological order of Fast & Furious films
Here’s how you can view each of the Fast and Furious movies in chronological order:
- The Fast and the Furious
- The Turbo Charged Prelude
- Los Bandoleros
- Fast & Furious
- Fast Five (US title)/Fast & Furious 5 (UK)
- Fast & Furious 6
- The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
- Furious 7 (US)/Fast & Furious 7 (UK)
- The Fate of the Furious (US)/Fast & Furious 8 (UK)
- Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw
- F9 (US)/Fast & Furious 9 (UK)
- Fast & Furious 10
- Fast & Furious 11 (TBC)
There is no doubt that the Fast and Furious naming scheme isn’t confusing, but the sequence during which the films were shown isn’t exactly in line with the actual sequence. In the end, viewing what happens to the Fast and Furious films in the sequence is quite difficult.
“Tokyo Drift” is the renegade element responsible for causing chaos. The moment Dom Toretto, played by Vin Diesel, appeared suddenly after the end of the film, after having skipped the previous two installments, everybody believed that the next installment, Fast & Furious, would pick up right from where it had began. There washowever one major plot hole in the form of Han Seoul-Oh (played by Sung Kang), who was murdered in “Tokyo Drift” was alive and was seen during Fast & Furious.
Han is on his way to Tokyo following “Fast and Fast and Furious 6.” Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham ), who initially was in the show in “Fast and Furious 6”) was later discovered on the back of the wheel of the vehicle that caused the death of Han. There’s a moment in the series when Toretto arrives in Tokyo and is featured within “Furious 7.” “F9” continues the place where “The Fate Of The Fast and Furious”concludes. Fast and Furious 10 and 11 will form the conclusion of the series in two parts.
A sequence from the Fast and Furious movies according to the release timetable
- The Fast and the Furious (2001)
- 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
- The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)
- Fast & Furious (2009)
- Fast Five (US title)/Fast & Furious 5 (UK) (2011)
- Fast & Furious 6 (2013)
- Furious 7 (US)/Fast & Furious 7 (UK) (2015)
- The Fate of the Furious (US)/Fast & Furious 8 (UK) (2017)
- Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019)
- F9 (US)/Fast & Furious 9 (UK) (2021)
- Fast & Furious 10 (April 7, 2023)
- Fast & Furious 11 (TBC)
It’s not difficult to determine what the Fast and Furious movie order at the time of release – however the series’ name practices aren’t so clear.
At the time of the initial releases the naming conventions for the series were fairly simple. The first film in the series was called “The Fast and Furious” and the sequel included the title “2 Fast and Fast.” In the third film, its storyline is set in Japan and featured the title “Tokyo Drift. The name changed after to the time of release for the 4th film, that was simply called “Fast and Furious.” Anyone could be puzzled when trying to guess the storyline based on the film’s name.
Then, American audiences were given an unforgettable feast of naming. The following films included “Fast Five,”” “Fast and Furious 6.” “Furious 7” and “The Fate of the Furious.”With a simple “F9,” the ninth installment was a reversal of the idea of simplifying. The eleventh and tenth installments of the series will be released under a twisty name.
Classification from The Fast and the Furious films based on their ranking
The majority of long-running series, with the exception of Mission: Impossible does not generally improve as they progress. If you take a look at that Fast and Furious ranking according to IMDb user reviews the series did not reach its peak until “Fast Five,”” when it successfully moved from racing films to an action film in general.
Fast Five marked the beginning of a golden age for the franchise. It was concluded in “The Fate of the Furious.” For an extended period and a long time, the first sequel, “2 Fast 2 Furious” holds the lowest level of the series and is the sequel F9 has overtaken it as the most disliked of IMDb users, earning an unsatisfactory 5.2/10 rating.
- Fast Five/Fast & Furious 5 – 7.3
- Furious 7/Fast & Furious 7 – 7.1
- Fast & Furious 6 – 7.0
- The Fast and the Furious – 6.8
- The Fate of the Furious/Fast & Furious 8 – 6.6
- Fast & Furious – 6.6
- Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw – 6.4
- The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift – 6.0
- 2 Fast 2 Furious – 5.9
- F9 – 5.2
Where can I stream Fast and Furious movies?
The majority of the films streamed through HBO Max, and you are able to view them on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes or Google Play. These films are available for rent , or you can purchase the alternative.