Once you have bought or rented movies and TV shows on YouTube, you can watch them on any of the following supported devices. You'll need to be signed in to your Google Account to access your purchases. Learn more about how to purchase movies and TV shows on a computer or mobile device or on a smart TV, streaming device or game console.
Viewers in the United States: If you've purchased a subscription to a prime-time channel on YouTube, you'll see programmes in your recommendations on your homepage and in your YouTube search results. You can also view your purchased subscriptions directly.
Watch on a computer
Watch on a mobile device
- You can purchase content on your iOS device in selected locations. To see if iOS purchases are supported in your location, please check here.
- If iOS purchasing is not supported in your location, you can still purchase movies and TV shows on another device. After purchasing, you can watch the content on your iOS device.
Watch using Chromecast
- Select a YouTube video that you'd like to watch.
- To cast the video to your TV, click cast .
Watch on smart TVs or other streaming devices
You can also access purchased movies and TV shows on the YouTube app for smart TVs, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV and Roku.
View movies and shows that you've purchased on YouTube by signing in to the YouTube app. Go to 'Your movies & shows' in the library tab to watch all of your content. Make sure that you have the latest version of the YouTube app installed on your device.
Rentals and purchases can also be cast to Android TV using the cast button on your phone, tablet or computer.
Watch on game consoles
- For movie rentals, your movie will be available for the rental period after you have started watching it for the first time. Purchases will be available to watch as many times as you like. See our usage rules for more info.
- For some videos, different prices for different qualities may also be available. Playback of HD and UHD titles is only available on certain supported devices and at certain Internet speeds. See HD/UHD device requirements for more info.