The reason behind the absence of Good Burger 2 on Netflix is rather intriguing. Despite its commendable qualities, the movie is not part of Netflix’s catalog; instead, it falls under the domain of Nickelodeon, produced through Nickelodeon Movies and Awesomeness Films, both subsidiaries of Paramount, the parent company. Brian Robbins, the CEO of Paramount, holds sway over this arrangement. Interestingly, Robbins has a history in movie direction, having helmed films such as Norbit, A Thousand Words, and the original Good Burger. This highlights a valuable lesson about maintaining good relations with your boss, even if they’ve had missteps in their career, like directing Meet Dave. You never know when such connections might become pivotal, especially if you’re someone like Kel Mitchell, potentially involved in the sequel.
Is ‘Good Burger 2’ on Paramount?
Now, if you’re keen on catching Good Burger 2, its close association with Paramount makes its exclusive streaming availability on Paramount Plus quite unsurprising. The film has been up for viewing on the platform since November 22 in the U.S., followed by releases in the U.K. and Australia the next day. For fans curious about the fate of beloved characters from an All That sketch dating back to the Clinton administration, this movie seems to be the go-to choice of the season.
If you’re feeling the urge, you could opt to cease reading right now, log into a Paramount Plus account (maybe your dad’s, if available), and delve into the full 90 minutes of the film, complete with celebrity cameos, nostalgia-inducing moments, delectable good burgers, their tantalizingly described settings, and the fervent quest of the lead duo to take your order.