‘Top Gun: Maverick’ hit theaters in May, 36 years after the original film was released, and had one of the best openings of the year with a $151 million, including Thursday previews. Since then, the movie has become the highest-grossing film for Tom Cruise, who reached the $1 billion club for the first time in his career. 

With that kind of numbers, it's safe to say that the two-year delay was worth it. Aside from the stratospheric numbers, the film has also been met with critical acclaim, it currently has 96 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, and has been well-received by audiences, with a A+ score in Cinemascore. 

The cast also includes Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Jay Ellis, Danny Ramirez and the return of Val Kilmer. While it seems like the film is attracting audiences back to theaters, many people could still prefer to watch it from home. Here, check out what we know about when it will come to streaming platforms. 

When is ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ coming to streaming? 

If you want to enjoy the movie from home, it will be available on Paramount+ on Thursday, Dec. 22, in the U.S., as well as in Canada, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy and previously announced markets — the U.K. and Latin America, said the straeming service. Meanwhile, South Korea and France will have to wait until 2023. 

The movie is already available on to rent and/or buy on digital platforms, as well as DVD, Blu-Ray and 4k. You can buy it on Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, and more. The digital release include over 110 minutes of bonus content, including behind-the-scenes, interviews and more. You can pre-order the film for $119.99. 

The film has been a huge success, grossing over $1.4 billion at the global box office and recently surpassing "Avengers: Infinity War" as the sixth-highest grossing film domestically. Cruise himself was determined to bring the movie to the big screen and not release it directly on streaming.