Watch Rules of the Game (TV Series) on BBC iPlayer

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Watch Rules of the Game (TV Series) on BBC iPlayer

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A new thriller inspired by the Harvey Weinstein scandal is coming to the BBC in early 2022. Rules of the Game looks set to be a gripping four-part mini-series about sexual politics many face in the modern workplace.

The new series adds to the growing list of new releases coming to the UK streaming platform, adding to the growing list of reasons to lock in Beebs to your browser.

Install Beebs to start streaming Rules of the Game on iPlayer on 11 January 2022.

Trailer: Rules of the Game (BBC TV Series)

Best way to watch episode of Rules of the Game:

  1. Start using Chrome Browser
  2. Install Beebs
  3. Head over to BBC iPlayer

Once the above 3 steps have been completed, users should remember to register to the BBC iPlayer for the full access to the BBC streaming services on BBC iPlayer. Follow the link should any problems arise.


Who is in the Cast of the BBC's Rules of the Game?

Just like one would expect from a production from the public broadcaster, Rules of the Game features a stacked list of British talent. The female led cast includes,  Maxine Peake (Three Girls, Silk), Rakhee Thakrar (The Girl Before). Susan Wokoma (Chewing Gum) and Alison Steadman (Gavin & Stacy, Life).

Maxine Peake in Rules of the Game
Maxine Peake in Rules of the Game

Coming This Winter on BBC iPlayer

There are so many reasons to flick over to watch something on iView this winter. What with brand new releases such as the David Tennant led reimagining of Around the World in 80 Days. Most know the story well. The BBC version will follow Phileas Fogg circumnavigate the world in just 80 days having made a £20,000 wager with snobbish members of the prestigious Reform Club

For something with a very different tone of voice, it's hard to look past the new series called The Tourist. The nightmare-fuelled mini series is set in the vast and sparsely populated Australian outback where A British man finds himself being hunted by a tank truck trying to drive him off the road. Just how this story plays out remains to be seen.

The big return of Peaky Blinders has to be mentioned before we conclude this article. In what looks set to be its sixth and final season on television (there's rumours of a movie in the works) we cant wait to see how the iconic British series concludes.

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