Is 'She Said' streaming? Where to watch the #MeToo movie

Where is 'She Said' streaming? Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan play the reporters who took down Harvey Weinstein

Is 'She Said' streaming? The film stars Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan as The New York Times reporters who helped take down Harvey Weinstein
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Is She Said streaming yet? The gripping biographical drama chronicles the story that galvanized the #MeToo movement: The New York Times reportage that exposed film producer Harvey Weinstein's three-decade history of sexual assault and harassment while working as the powerful head of Miramax studios. 

Carey Mulligan (Promising Young Woman) and Zoe Kazan (Clickbait) star as Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, the real-life journalists who uncovered the shocking allegations against Weinstein, an earth-shaking investigation that they turned into the 2019 book on which She Said is based. 

It's an affecting, engrossing story of women bravely working together to change a culture that victimizes them, but can you watch it from home? Here is all of the She Said streaming information you need. 

Is 'She Said' streaming?

After having its world premiere at the 60th New York Film Festival on Thursday, October 13, She Said was released in theaters on Friday, November 18. 

The film is currently available to rent for $20 or purchase for $25 in 4K Ultra HD on Apple TV, Vudu, or Amazon Prime Video as part of the brand's "In-Theater Movies at Home."

You will need a Prime Video subscription to watch She Said on the platform. Current pricing is set at $8.99 per month, or get access to Prime Video with a general Amazon Prime membership, for $14.99 per month or $139 annually. 

Is 'She Said' on Netflix?

No, She Said will not be released on streaming platforms like Netflix, HBO Max or Amazon Prime Video, as it's a Universal Pictures property, which has a streaming agreement with Peacock.

What is 'She Said' about?

Based on the 2019 book She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement, She Said logs the diligent, dogged work of The New York Times journalists, Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, to publish a groundbreaking investigative report about Harvey Weinstein's abuse and misconduct against countless women in the entertainment industry—from A-list actresses to assistants—and untangle webs of decades-old settlements and non-disclosure agreements in the process. (Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison in 2020.) 

"A testament to the power of investigative journalism, She Said details the journey of reporters and editors engaged in the unrelenting pursuit of the truth and highlights the courage of survivors and witnesses who chose to come forward to stop a serial predator in his tracks," reads the official synopsis. "Together, their commitment and fortitude sparked a national conversation, helped propel the #MeToo movement, and fueled a reckoning of the system that had enabled him."

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What is the 'She Said' running time?

In terms of duration, She Said runs for two hours and nine minutes. 

Who is in the 'She Said' cast?

The bulk of the She Said cast is portraying real-life people, but a poignant bit of casting includes one of Weinstein's most famous victims bravely appearing as herself in the film to recount her own story: actress Ashley Judd. 

  • Carey Mulligan as Megan Twohey
  • Zoe Kazan as Jodi Kantor
  • Patricia Clarkson as Rebecca Corbett
  • Andre Braugher as Dean Baquet
  • Jennifer Ehle as Laura Madden
  • Samantha Morton as Zelda Perkins
  • Ashley Judd as herself
  • Sean Cullen as Lance Maerov
  • Angela Yeoh as Rowena Chiu
  • Tom Pelphrey as Jim Rutman
  • Adam Shapiro as Ron Lieber
  • Anastasia Barzee as Lisa Bloom
  • Mike Houston as Harvey Weinstein
  • Sarah Ann Masse as Emily Steel
  • James Austin Johnson as the voice of Donald Trump
  • Kelly McQuail as the voice of Rose McGowan

Want even more movies to watch at home? Here's streaming information for The Whale, Bones and All, The Menu and Triangle of Sadness so you can enjoy these recent releases from the convenience of your own living room.  

Christina Izzo

Christina Izzo is the Deputy Editor of My Imperfect Life. 

More generally, she is a writer-editor covering food and drink, travel, lifestyle and culture in New York City. She was previously the Features Editor at Rachael Ray In Season and Reveal, as well as the Food & Drink Editor and chief restaurant critic at Time Out New York

When she’s not doing all that, she can probably be found eating cheese somewhere.