How to watch the Shrek movies in order

THERE'S nothing like indulging in a film from your childhood such as Shrek for a fun evening in.

Here's our guide to watching each installment of the fairytale-based movie series.

How to watch the Shrek movies in order

Shrek (2001)

The first of the films sees ogre Shrek make friends (unwillingly) with Donkey to rescue Princess Fiona.

The franchise is loosely based on a 1990 picture book titled Shrek! by William Steig.

Mike Myers voices the title character while Eddie Murphy voices Donkey.

The fantasy comedy made $484.4 million in the box office.

It can be watched on Amazon Prime.

Shrek 2 (2004)

The film starts after Shrek and Fiona's honeymoon, but her family are less than impressed to see them return as ogres.

In an attempt to get rid of Shrek, her father Harold conspires with the Fairy Godmother and Prince Charming.

Soon after, Shrek and Donkey take a potion and wake up as a handsome man and a white stallion, then embark on an adventure.

It can be watched on Amazon Prime.

Shrek the Third (2007)

Shrek and Fiona are set to inherit the throne – that is until Harold feels ogres shouldn't rule the kingdom.

It's then up tot Shrek with the help of Donkey and Puss in Boots to find Harold's nephew, Artie.

The hope is that he will inherit the throne, though Prince Charming has other ideas.

It can be watched on Netflix.

Shrek Forever After (2010)

In this installment, Rumpelstiltskin tries to dupe Shrek into trusting him.

Shrek is struggling with being a local celebrity and misses is old privacy, which Rumpel prays on in an attempt to get control of Far Far Away.

It can be watched on Netflix.

Puss in Boots (2011)

Puss in Boots got his own spin-off film in 2011.

Puss is a fugitive trying to clear his name, which sees him go on an adventure that involves a love interest, sword fighting and other fairytale characters like Humpty Dumpty.

You can pay to watch this on YouTube.

Shrek Reboot (2022)

A reboot of Shrek is planned for 2022.

The title hasn't been confirmed, but it'll be the fifth Shrek film.

Chris Meledandri, who produced Minions, is behind the reboot and speaking to Vairety he said: “The challenge for us has been to find something that really does feel like it’s not simply yet another film in a series of sequels."

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