Unfortunately, streaming options for the film aren’t great right now. You can currently stream “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls” on fuboTV if you have a subscription to the service. The same goes for AMC+ and Sling TV, which also require subscriptions. Meanwhile, you can watch “When Nature Calls” on DirecTV if you have their service. Freeform also requires a cable subscription to log in and watch the film online.
The film can be rented or bought on a number of different platforms. Amazon and Vudu both have the movie available to rent for $3.99 and $2.99 respectively, though Amazon charges $12.99 to buy it while Vudu is asking $13.99. Several other services are charging $3.99 for a rental, including iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, the Microsoft Store, and Redbox. Otherwise, almost all services are asking for $12.99 to buy the film and store it in their digital libraries.
And of course, you can always buy a physical copy of “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls” through DVD and Blu-Ray.