Is Hijack on Netflix?

CHELTENHAM, ENGLAND - MARCH 17: Actor Idris Elba arrives ahead of day four of the Cheltenham Festival 2023 at Cheltenham Racecourse on March 17, 2023 in Cheltenham, England. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)
CHELTENHAM, ENGLAND - MARCH 17: Actor Idris Elba arrives ahead of day four of the Cheltenham Festival 2023 at Cheltenham Racecourse on March 17, 2023 in Cheltenham, England. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images) /
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If you’re looking for more Idris Elba on your screens, you’ll want to check out Hijack. Where will you be able to stream the new series?

For those on the hunt for a new thrilling series, Hijack is something to check out. If you loved the format of 24, you’ll adore this one. It’s just seven episodes instead of 24, so there are no questions about why people aren’t eating for a whole day…

The series follows a plane from Dubai to London that has been hijacked. Elba plays a man who has no special skills like we usually see in these shows. Instead, he’s just a man with the gift of the gab, and he takes it upon himself to help save the people on the plane. The flight is seven hours, with each hour of the series following an hour of the ordeal.

We also see everything that is happening on the ground. The team there will try everything they can to save those in the air. They just have limited options with not actually being in the situation.

Where to stream Hijack online

Is Hijack on Netflix? This is where we have some bad news. This is not a series that’s heading to Netflix.

It’s an Apple TV+ Original series. The only place to watch it will be on Apple TV+, and we can’t see that changing any time soon. Apple TV+ hasn’t been a streamer announcing to remove underperforming shows, and even if it did, Netflix doesn’t have a FAST service for the shows to move to.

Two episodes will stream on Wednesday, June 28. We’ll then get one episode per week after that on every Wednesday. Make sure your Apple TV+ subscription is up and running in time.

Hijack is only streaming on Apple TV+.

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