How to stream I May Destroy You (TV Series) online

Dave Allan
How to stream I May Destroy You (TV Series) online

Want to watch British TV from anywhere?

Simply install the Beebs extension

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One of BBC iPlayer's hidden TV gems is the comedy-drama I May Destroy You and below we reveal the options for you to watch online from outside the UK whether you are working, travelling or have settled abroad.

First, a little about the show which featured recently in the Guardian's 'must watch' box-sets to stream over lockdown. Created and written by Michaela Coel, the programme explores how a young person rebuilds her life after a sexual assault.
Despite the premise being a sensitive subject, the show manages to walk a fine line between drama and comedy without minimising the serious issues tackled.

Michala Coen is better known for creating and starring in Channel 4's Chewing Gum which features in our Top Five Box Sets To Stream On All 4. The rising star of UK TV reportedly turned down a million pound offer from Netflix to produce the show in order for her to retain creative integrity.

We are glad she did because she has created one of the best miniseries of the decade and is a leading candidate for Emmy and Bafta success next year.
The cast includes a who's who of emerging British actors including Weruche Opia and Paapa Essiedu as well as Aml Ameen, Adam James, Sarah Niles and Cormorant Strike star Ellie James.

To watch I May Destroy You online when outside the UK, there are a couple of options. For the technically minded, a VPN can be a suitable option once you have managed to configure it and do not mind your entire internet connection being hijacked by the software.

A simpler option is right here. By using the Beebs Google Chrome extension you will be connected to the BBC servers instantly and can start to watch the 12-part miniseries in a couple of minutes all from within your browser.

Follow these simple steps to watch I May Destroy You on BBC iPlayer.

1. Download Chrome Browser, if you're not already using it.

2. Install Beebs, this nifty tool redirects all your requests.

3. The BBC iPlayer will reload and begin to work, and you can watch straight away.

Want to watch British TV from anywhere?

Simply install the Beebs extension

Get Beebs for Chrome