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The Boss Baby: Family Business Streaming: How To Watch The New Alec Baldwin Movie

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It seems like it was just yesterday that we were watching Alec Baldwin portray one of the cutest cut-throat businessmen in DreamWorks Animation’s blockbuster animated comedy The Boss Baby. But now that Ted Templeton Jr. is all grown up, the time has come for the next set of adventures in The Boss Baby: Family Business, which opened in theaters Friday, July 2, 2021. If you want see how things have worked out for the Boss Baby and his older brother Tim Templeton (now voiced by James Marsden) but can’t get to the theater, fear not because you can watch The Boss Baby: Family Business streaming from the comfort of your home with your own little boss babies.

Below is a quick breakdown of everything you need to know about how to watch the new DreamWorks animated feature as well as how to get caught up with everything that has gone down in the franchise so far.

Where To Watch The Boss Baby: Family Business Streaming

The latest Dreamworks Animation feature film is streaming on Peacock as we speak (err write). All you have to do is open the Peacock app on a compatible streaming device, search for The Boss Baby: Family Business, and press play. Before you know it, you’ll be watching those Templeton brothers reconnect like it’s 2017 all over again. It should be noted a Peacock Premium subscription is required to watch the new animated feature.

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Will The Boss Baby: Family Business Be On Netflix?

Don’t expect to find The Boss Baby: Family Business on Netflix anytime soon (remember, the movie was released on Peacock the same week it opened in theaters), but don’t count it out entirely. The Boss Baby animated series are currently on Netflix (as well as some older Dreamworks movies), so there’s always a chance we’ll see the movie on the streaming giant at some point in the future. For now, it's on Peacock.

How To Watch The First Boss Baby Movie And Animated Series

If you are new to the Boss Baby franchise and maybe want to see where it all started for Ted Templeton Jr. and Tim Templeton, you’re in luck because we’ve put together a quick yet comprehensive list of all your options for watching the original movie and other entries in the series.

The Boss Baby (2017)

When Tim Templeton (Miles Bakshi) get a new baby brother named Ted Templeton Jr. (Alec Baldwin), the 7-year-old immediately knows that something is up with a baby wearing a suit and carrying a briefcase. What starts as a sibling rivalry quickly turns into an unlikely partnership when the Boss Baby uncovers a sinister plot in The Boss Baby.

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The Boss Baby: Back In Business (2018 - 2020)

The Netflix animated series The Boss Baby: Back in Business bridges the gap between the first and second movies and follows Ted Templeton Jr. (JP Karliak) as he takes his older brother Tim (Pierce Gagnon) to the office to show him how things work at Baby Corp.

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The Boss Baby: Get That Baby! (2020)

The 2020 interactive special The Boss Baby: Get That Baby! puts the viewer in the boss’ chair by testing their skills to match them with the perfect job at Baby Corp.

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The Boss Baby: Family Business is opens in theaters July 2 and streaming on Peacock. If you want to know what else is coming to your local movie house or streaming service, check out CinemaBlend’s 2021 movie premiere date schedule for all the latest.

Philip Sledge
Philip Sledge

Philip grew up in Louisiana (not New Orleans) before moving to St. Louis after graduating from Louisiana State University-Shreveport. When he's not writing about movies or television, Philip can be found being chased by his three kids, telling his dogs to stop yelling at the mailman, or yelling about professional wrestling to his wife. If the stars properly align, he will talk about For Love Of The Game being the best baseball movie of all time.