“I don’t know who you are. I don’t know what you want…I will find you, and I will kill you.” Every time I watch Taken, these lines have chills running down my spine. Continue reading as I show you how to watch Taken movies and the series on Netflix.
The 2008 Liam Neeson movie Taken is an unstoppable action juggernaut that leaves you at the edge of your seat throughout the film. Some scenes will have you wondering what he will do next or how he’ll figure out the next piece in the puzzle.
If you planning to have Taken movie marathon, here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Taken on Netflix. There’s a TV series as well with the same plot as well, and you can watch it online.
Is Taken on Netflix?
Yes, Taken movies are available to watch on Netflix, but only in a few countries. Right now, you can only watch the movie on Netflix in the Netherlands, and Belgium.
A few regions have different parts of Taken e.g. in Germany only Taken 2 is streaming. Similarly, South Korea has only the first installment.
Luckily, you can watch all parts on Netflix from anywhere using a VPN. A Virtual Private Network allows you to change your Netflix region and unblock the movie.
Taken Netflix countries
You will find Taken movies on Netflix in different countries. Only the Netherlands has three parts of the Taken franchise, and other regions only have 1-2 parts.
- Taken: The Netherlands, South Korea, Belgium
- Taken 2: The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland
- Taken 3: The Netherlands, Belgium
Why do you need a VPN to watch Taken on Netflix from anywhere?
Netflix uses geo-blocking techniques that prevent users from accessing all content in their country, without licenses. It makes sure that every regional content library has movies and shows that are licensed for streaming.
For now, Netflix only has the right to stream Taken in a few countries like the Netherlands, Belgium, etc. Therefore, apart from these countries, the movie is missing from other libraries.
For example, I searched for the movie on US Netflix, and it only gave me related titles and Liam Neeson movies instead of the actual movie because it was missing.
If you live in a country where the movie is missing, you will need a VPN app to unblock and watch it.
A Virtual Private Network redirects your traffic through an external server located in another country. This way, your real IP address is hidden and you get a new IP address.
To watch the movie, you can connect to a server in the Netherlands. When you visit Netflix, it will think you are in the Netherlands, rather than your actual location, and will unblock the international library where the movie is available to watch.
Is Taken Series on Netflix?
Both seasons of the Taken series left Netflix in January 2021 and you cannot watch it on Netflix anymore. However, you can watch the Taken series for free on Prime Video India, Pakistan, and a few more libraries.
It is not available to stream on Prime Video anywhere else, so you will need a VPN to watch the series for free.
On what devices can you watch Taken on Netflix using a VPN
Using a VPN, you can watch the thriller movie on Netflix on any device you have, because VPNs are compatible with a variety of operating systems and platforms such as:
- Android smartphones, tablets, TV
- iPhone/ iPad
- Amazon Fire TV/ Stick
- Apple TV
- Google Chromecast
- Samsung Smart TV
What is Taken about?
Taken is a French-English action thriller film series with three movies so far. The first movie follows Bryan Mills, an ex-CIA officer who sets to find her daughter and her best friend who is kidnapped in Paris during a vacation by Albanian human traffickers.
In the second installment, Bryan Mills takes his family to Istanbul for vacation, only to be kidnapped by the father of the man he killed while saving his daughter in the first film.
Taken 3 (or TAK3N) is the final installment in the Taken trilogy. Bryan Mills discovers her wife’s dead body in his house as is finds himself being accused of the murder of Lenore. Bryan escapes the police, but he does not have much time to prove his innocence and catch the real killer.
The Taken TV show features Vikings star Clive Standon as Bryan Mills in his young days at the CIA. The NBC show ran for two seasons after which it was canceled.
- Liam Neeson as Bryan Mills
- Famke Janssen as Lenore Mills-St John
- Katie Cassidy as Amanda
- Maggie Grace as Kim Mills
- Leland Orser as Sam Gilroy
- Jon Gries as Mark Casey
- Holly Valance as Sheerah
- David Warshofsky as Bernie Harris
What to do if you cannot find the movie on Netflix with a VPN?
If you are using a VPN and still cannot find Taken on your Netflix, chances are the streaming platform can see your actual IP address and location.
Don’t worry, as there could be a lot of reasons behind it and easy ways to fix it as well. Here are a few things you can try to troubleshoot:
What else can you watch with a VPN on Netflix?
If you have got a VPN, there are plenty of restricted shows and movies that you can watch on Netflix from anywhere like:
- The Prestige
- John Wick
- Fight Club
- American Gods
- Escape Room
- Hell On Wheels
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Taken movie available to watch?
Taken is available to watch on Netflix. You can stream the movie on Netflix in a few countries like the Netherlands, and Belgium.
Is Taken on Disney+?
Yes, Taken is available to watch on Disney+. All three movies are streaming on the Disney Plus streaming service.
Where can you watch Taken for free?
Right now, you can watch Taken for free on Amazon Prime Video in a few countries like India and Pakistan. It is not available to stream on Prime Video in the US and other regions.
Is Taken 2 streaming anywhere?
Taken 2, an action movie starring Liam Neeson, Franke Janssen, and Maggie Grace is available to stream now on Netflix, Prime Video, and Vudu.
Right now you can watch Taken movies on Netflix and the Taken series is only streaming on Prime Video. Both the series and movies are streaming in a few countries only due to geo-restrictions.
The Netherlands has all three parts of Taken movies, and the series is streaming for free on Prime Video in India. If you are living elsewhere, you can watch them from anywhere using a VPN.