Don’t expect to catch a showing of Bill Murray’s classic movie “Groundhog Day” on TV this year. As of Thursday, no TV networks have listed plans to air the 1993 classic film on Feb. 2 in celebration of Groundhog Day 2018. Luckily for fans of the dramedy, there are several places to rent or stream the film online.

In Theaters

In celebration of the movie’s 25th anniversary, theaters across the country are playing the film, which stars Murray as a grumpy weatherman who is forced to re-live Groundhog Day over and over again in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. Sony Pictures Entertainment’s restored, 4K version is playing now through Feb. 9. Find a theater near you here.

Rentals/Purchases

With a YouTube account, you can rent the film through Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s movie channel. Rentals start at $2.99 and the film is also available for purchase for $9.99 on the platform. Amazon Instant Video, VUDU, Google Play and iTunes also have the film available to rent or buy. Prices vary by service with rentals starting at $2.99 and purchase prices ranging from $7.99 to $17.99 for HD.

groundhog day Bill Murray in a scene from “Groundhog Day.” Photo: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Streaming Services

“Groundhog Day” is not currently available to stream on Netflix.

On TV

For those who are interested in watching “Groundhog Day” after the holiday passes, STARZ will air the film once on Monday, Feb. 12, at 9:52 a.m. EST.