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How to watch Boss Baby 2: Family Business online from anywhere on Earth

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Boss Baby 2: Family Business release date and time

Boss Baby 2 is available to watch now, after hitting Peacock hours early in the evening of Thursday, July 1. It's also in theaters.

Yes, folks, it's time to watch Boss Baby 2: Family Business, as it's in theaters and on Peacock right now. Yes, Alec Baldwin's back as Ted Templeton Jr., but he's not actually a baby anymore (at least at first).

That's because Boss Baby: Family Business starts out with Ted as a success, and one that brother Tim's daughter Tabitha may like more than her own dad. Of course, Ted doesn't stay as an adult for long, as Tim's other daughter Tina is a boss in her own right. 

Yes, we've got Boss Babies, and they're wreaking familiar havoc. Oh, and there are explosions and ninja babies. Because of course there are.

Here's everything you need to watch Boss Baby 2, no matter where you are.

How to watch Boss Baby 2: Family Business with a VPN

While Peacock is available all across the U.S., it's not available around the world. If you're out of town and trying to watch on Peacock, you'll need a VPN, which can help your device appear to be somewhere else.

The best VPN is ExpressVPN. It meets the VPN needs of the vast majority of users, offering outstanding compatibility with most devices and impressive connection speeds.

ExpressVPN

ExpressVPN can access more than 3,000 servers spread out across 160 locations in 94 countries. The service performed reliably in our testing, and we found customer service responsive.

How to watch Boss Baby 2: Family Business in the U.S.

How to watch Boss Baby 2: Family Business in the US

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Unless you want to go to a theater, and you have one open near you, the only place to watch Boss Baby 2: Family Business in the U.S. is Peacock — where it's streaming now. It will be there for 60 days, expiring around August 31, 2021.

But you can't see Boss Baby 2 on the free Peacock tier, as you'll need the $4.99 per month (or up) Peacock Premium tier. 

Peacock

Peacock also has huge library of licensed content drawn from various brands. That includes shows like 30 Rock, The Voice, Battlestar Galactica, Law & Order: SVU and This Is Us.

How to watch Boss Baby 2: Family Business in the U.K. and around the world

How to watch Boss Baby 2: Family Business in the UK and around the world

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As noted above, Peacock isn't available around the world. So international audiences will need to either go to a theater, or use a VPN to log in. Folks from the states visiting around the world can just boot up a VPN, select their hometown as their location, and log into Peacock. Looking for a VPN, we recommend ExpressVPN for its speedy streaming quality.

Boss Baby 2: Family Business trailer

Ted's all grown up and successful in the Boss Baby 2 trailer, that is until his niece Tina manages to bring him back to the baby life. The main crux of the story, as seen in the above trailer, is how Ted's brother Tim is growing distant from his daughter Tabitha.

Boss Baby 2: Family Business cast 

For the returning cast in Boss Baby 2, we've got Alec Baldwin back as the titular Boss Baby, Theodore Lindsey "Ted" Templeton Jr., who gained the ability to speak from the Secret Baby Formula.

Jimmy Kimmel and Lisa Kudrow also return, respectively, as Ted Templeton Sr. and Janice Templeton, the parents of the Boss Baby.

The rest of the cast, including James Marsden as Tim Templeton, taking over for Miles Bakshi and Tobey Maguire, who voiced that role in The Boss Baby.

  • James Marsden as Tim Templeton: Ted's older brother
  • Amy Sedaris as Tina Templeton, Ted's younger niece
  • Ariana Greenblatt as Tabitha Templeton, Tina's older sister
  • Jeff Goldblum as Dr. Erwin Armstrong: a rival of BabyCorp.
  • Eva Longoria as Carol Templeton: Tim's wife and mother of Tina and Tabitha.

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Henry T. Casey

Henry is a senior editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past six-plus years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.