Sony Pictures Entertainment announced Wednesday that there are even more ways to see "The Interview," following a Christmas Eve online release.

The studio struck deals with video-on-demand firms to get the film -- which is believed to have prompted hackers to steal thousands of documents from Sony -- into even more homes. In a company press release, Sony said that the movie is now available on demand to customers from: Bright House Networks, Comcast, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications, Cablevision, AT&T Uverse, Verizon FiOS and DirecTV. The film is also now available on Wal-Mart's Vudu streaming service, and will be coming to Sony's own PlayStation Network starting Thursday.

The film is already in many small theaters across the country as well as on Google Play, YouTube, Xbox Live and iTunes.  There's still no word on a much-expected partnership with Netflix to show the film, but you definitely have plenty of options now if you want to watch it.

Seeing the film on-demand will cost you. Sony says the price starts at $5.99, starting as early as today and "rolling out in different markets through the weekend."

The film has already brought in more than $15 million in online revenue. Sony estimates that more than 2 million people have downloaded or streamed the movie.