When preparing for your next Indiana Jones viewing party, you’ll find that most of the big names in the streaming world like Netflix and Disney+ are devoid of pop culture’s favorite part-time archaeologist. In fact, there are only two places where you can currently find him, the first of which being CBS All Access. With an All Access subscription, you can watch all four Indiana Jones flicks at your leisure, as well as a great many additional movies, TV shows, sports games, and new Star Trek content to boot.
Alternatively, if you aren’t looking for a long-term commitment to yet another streaming service, Amazon Prime Video is your next best option. As of this writing, every Indy adventure costs $2.99 to rent or $12.99 to purchase in digital format. This way you can pay for the ones you want, leave the rest, and not have to worry about recurring charges in the future. Of course, if neither of those options meets your needs, there’s always the old-fashioned hard copy route. New or used Blu-Ray, DVD, or even VHS copies should prove easier to track down than the Ark of the Covenant. Happy binging!