The Tetris movie is now streaming on Apple TV+

Today Apple TV+ premiered the new movie Tetris starring Taron Egerton. Tetris tells the controversial story of obtaining American rights to the popular puzzle game, which was invented by a Russian. Closing the deal amid Cold War tensions will require tough negotiations. Here’s how to watch.

There is no movie about the game Tetris; Tetromino blocks are not eligible. The film is actually more than a biopic. It follows Hank Rogers (played by Taron Egerton) in his quest to Russia to team up with Tetris inventor Alexei Pajitnov in order to secure the rights to the game.

This brought conflict with the Russian government, at a time when relations with the Soviet Union were already strained due to the Cold War. The true story of getting possession has some surprisingly dramatic and suspenseful moments, though of course the film version goes a long way, including the car chase.

Tetris premiered at SXSW earlier this month before appearing on Apple’s streaming service today. Critical reviews for the film have been generally positive, with a Certified Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Tetris is Taron Egerton’s second project for Apple TV+ following his critically acclaimed role in the miniseries Black Bird. Egerton is also preparing to shoot another TV+ project later this year; ‘Fire Brigade’.

how to watch tetris

To watch Tetris, you must have an Apple TV+ subscription. If you aren’t already subscribed, sign up here for a free 7-day trial.

Watch Apple TV+ through the Apple TV app on your device. You can download the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV set-top box, Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, smart TVs, PlayStation, Xbox, and other platforms. If you’re watching on a Windows PC or Android device, you can also access the service via a web browser at

Coming Soon On TV+

Tetris joins a growing list of Apple’s original TV shows and movies. Other content currently airing on the service includes the third season of Ted Lasso and the new comedy series The Big Door Prize.

Check out notable premieres in April, like the miniseries The Last Thing He Told Me and the new movie Ghosted starring Chris Evans and Ana de Armas.

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