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Is After We Collided on Netflix UK and who is in the cast?

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Josephine Langford reprises the role of Tessa (Picture: Voltage Pictures)

The sequel to the popular teen film, After, has finally come out, to the delight of teens across the globe, and to the indifference of most other people.

Despite only scoring 5.3 on IMDB, and a Tomatometer score of 19%, the flick has become something of a cult hit for at-home audiences, particularly young adults.

While it’s widely available to stream or rent now in the US, fans on this side of the pond haven’t had much luck when trying to find it online.

Is it available to stream here?

Here’s all you need to know.

Is After We Collided on Netflix UK?

The title is currently not on Netflix UK, however, fans can catch up with the first film to remind themselves of where it all left off.

There is no confirmed release date for the title on the streaming platform yet – has contacted Netflix for more information.

The first film dropped on the platform six months after the title hit cinemas so if that’s anything to go by, we could expect to see it early next year.

How to watch After We Collided in the UK

It’s still possible to watch the film in the UK, but you’ll have to dig a little deeper into your pockets if you want to catch it before it drops on Netflix.

The film released in UK cinemas on September 4 and is still showing at many, including select Vue and Odeon cinemas.

Check the Vue and Odeon websites for more information.

In the US, it’s available to stream or rent on digital services such Apple TV and Google Play, but these are not currently available in the UK.

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Tessa lands her dream job as an intern at a publishing house (Picture: Voltage Pictures)

Who is in the cast of After We Collided?

Josephine Langford returns to play Tessa, while Hero Fiennes Tiffin plays her ex boyfriend, Hardin.

The sequel follows the pair as they navigate their break up, a move which fuels Tessa to land her dream internship at a publishing company, where she works alongside handsome co-worker Trevor (played by Dylan Sprouse).

Selma Blair also joins the cast as Tessa’s mother, Carol Young.

Other cast members include:

  • Louise Lombard as Trish
  • Shane Paul McGhie as Landon
  • Candice King as Kimberly
  • Charlie Weber as Christian
  • Samuel Larsen as Zed
  • Max Ragone as Smith
  • Karimah Westbrook as Karen
  • Rob Estes as Ken
  • Inanna Sarkis as Molly

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