Is ‘Jack London: American Original’ on Netflix? Where to Stream ‘Jack London: American Original’

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Indie documentary Jack London: American Original was released in 2016 on the web, however, due to the legendary American novelist’s steady popularity over the past century since his passing, the controversial author is topping search trends yet again. While you might not be able to stream the documentary on every platform, Decider is here to give you the scoop on how to stream Jack London: American Original online all the same.

According to the film synopsis on IMDb, who awarded the title a high 7.2 rating:

“Jack London rises from poverty to become the highest paid, most popular and most controversial author in the world. To support his family Jack London dropped out of school after the eighth grade and became a manual laborer, a pirate, a policeman, a sailor, a hobo, and a prospector. Through self-education he became a writer, a photographer, a leading social reformer and environmentalist. His love affairs, adventurous lifestyle and social activism had a lasting impact on literature and society. One of the top journalists and photo-journalists of his time he covered such major historical events as the Japanese-Russian War, The San Francisco Earthquake and the Mexican Revolution. A century after his death he remains one of the most popular authors in the world.”

The hit documentary was directed by Ben Goldstein and is narrated by Barry Chiate. The writer has become quite popular among book readers and daily crossworders, so scroll on down to find out how to stream Jack London: American Original.

IS JACK LONDON: AMERICAN ORIGINAL ON NETFLIX?

Sorry, no. Jack London: American Original is not on Netflix but maybe we’ll see it on the platform one day if it gains enough traction.

IS JACK LONDON: AMERICAN ORIGINAL ON STREAMING?

Jack London: American Original is not currently streaming anywhere, unfortunately.

IS JACK LONDON: AMERICAN ORIGINAL AVAILABLE TO RENT ON VOD?

Jack London: American Original is currently available to rent on various digital platforms, including Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Vudu, and Google Play for $3.99 SD and $4.99 HD.

Michael is a music and television junkie keen on most things that are not a complete and total bore. You can follow him on Twitter — @Tweetskoor

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