It’s October 3rd! Here Are All the Ways to Watch ‘Mean Girls’

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Happy Mean Girls Day! Although Mean Girls premiered in theaters on April 30, 2004, fans celebrate the cult favorite on Oct. 3rd — the day that Aaron (Jonathan Bennett) asked Cady (Lindsay Lohan) what day it was and she replied, “It’s October 3rd.”

To celebrate, Mean Girls Day, Paramount uploaded the entire film to TikTok — in 23 parts. If you don’t feel like watching clip by clip, you can stream the film for free on Paramount+ and other platforms.

Coffee Mate also announced a Mean Girls-inspired, pink creamer on Tuesday (Oct. 3), but it doesn’t drop until next year.

For those unfamiliar with the plot, Mean Girls centers around a high schooler named Cady who moves back to the states after being home-schooled abroad and has trouble fitting in. At North Shore High, Cady gets a crash course in high school hierarchies and other shenanigans when the popular clique — a.k.a. the Plastics — invite her to sit with them.

Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, Amanda Seyfried, Lizzy Caplan and Bennett star in the film written by Tina Fey and inspired by the novel Queen Bees and Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman.

In honor of “Mean Girl’s Day,” we rounded up all the ways you can watch and stream the movie, plus Halloween costumes inspired by the film.

‘Mean Girls’: Where to Watch & Stream

There are a few ways to watch Mean Girls online. If you have cable, or access to cable channels through streaming providers such as Hulu + Live TV, Fubo TV, Sling, DirecTV Stream and YouTube TV, E! will be airing Mean Girls back to back on Tuesday, beginning at 7 p.m ET/4 p.m. PT.

Unfortunately, Mean Girls is no longer on Netflix, but it is streaming free to Paramount+ subscribers. Not subscribed? Plans start at $5.99/month after a free trial for a week.

For those who don’t mind paying for a digital rental, you can rent Mean Girls for around $4 on Prime Video, Vudu, Redbox and Apple TV or stream free on Prime Video with a Paramount+ subscription.

Buy: Mean Girls $9.99

Fans who want to own a physical copy, can purchase Mean Girls Blu-ray or DVD here and the 15th Anniversary Burn Book Edition here. There’s also a Mean Girls Burn Book party game.

Where to Buy Mean Girls Halloween Costumes

Thinking of channeling your inner Regina George (or another character from the film) this Halloween? DIY costumes are an easy way to go, although it may be easier to buy a ready-made costume. You can purchase Mean Girls-inspired costumes, like the bunny and Christmas getups worn in the film below and click here to buy the Mean GirlsBurn Book” costume.

Buy: Rubie’s womens Mean Girls Regina George Halloween Outfit Adult Sized Costumes, As Shown, Small US $37.06

Buy: Mean Girls Christmas Costume X-Small $49.99

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