How to stream Emmerdale and other British soap operas

Luke Riley
How to stream Emmerdale and other British soap operas

Want to watch British TV from anywhere?

Simply install the Beebs extension

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In this article, we'll show you why Beebs is the best option for streaming British soaps like Emmerdale from anywhere abroad

Emmerdale is like other great British soap operas that we all love to watch. Heightened drama, unique storylines and entertaining feuds between characters keep loyal fans coming back for more.

The show has been responsible for some of the most iconic TV moments of the past few decades, so when Emmerdale has new episodes, the nation is excited to see what's happening next. If you look at the current UK TV ratings, Emmerdale is pushing for supremacy over Coronation Street and Eastenders, with fans becoming more enthralled by the Yorkshire Dales saga over its rivals.

Are you missing out on Emmerdale because you're not based in the UK? Well, you can get in on all the action from the Emmerdale village by subscribing to Beebs which will unlock all episodes on the ITV Hub website from anywhere overseas.


Stream Emmerdale and other UK TV shows direct from ITV Hub.

1. Start using Chrome Browser (if you're not already using it)

2. Install Beebs

3. Head over to ITV Hub (Once you register, it will start to work)

It's that simple. Once Beebs is locked and loaded in your browser, you'll gain access to stream directly from ITV Hub as well as from BBC iPlayer and Channel 4.

Happy viewing!


Back to its best in 2021

In September 2020 after having a reduction in weekly episodes due to a limited schedule during the pandemic, Emmerdale returned to its regular transmission count of six weekly episodes. Despite the halving of episodes during the COVID times due to restrictions, the cast and crew did an amazing job keeping us all entertained. It's important to recognise the excellence from a very tough 12 months.

Now, one may say that Emmerdale isn't exactly highbrow television. However, that might not be very fair. Over its 45-year lifespan, the soap has earned various awards and nominations over the years since it first aired in 1972 for storylines and the performances from cast and crew members. The show is in a very good run in 2021 with fans calling it one of the strongest in the programme's nearly 50 year history. And hey, we’ve gotta agree!

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Want to watch British TV from anywhere?

Simply install the Beebs extension

Get Beebs for Chrome