Stream It's a Sin on Channel 4 Overseas

Noah Williams
Stream It's a Sin on Channel 4 Overseas

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What’s a TV drama without stalwart screenwriter and producer, Russel T.Davies on the creative team? From Queer as Folk (1999) to the revival of Doctor Who (2005), Davies has long been a forerunner in the creation of great TV and this year is no exception, with his latest series, It’s a Sin billed for release in January 2021. Anyone outside of the UK at this time however, may have difficulty accessing it on All4. With the wisdom imparted by this article though, you’ll be able to access and stream the show from anywhere overseas.

Promising to be gripping, gritty and poignant, let’s take a look at why It’s a Sin is a series to get your overseas steaming system ready for.

A five-part series, It’s a Sin follows the lives of three young gay men, Ritchie (Olly Alexander), Roscoe (Omari Douglas) and Colin (Scott Howells) as they meet as strangers beginning new lives in London in 1981. Many of you can probably see where this is going. AIDS was first diagnosed in 1981, and without knowing it the boys are walking straight into the epicentre of an epidemic largely ignored by the wider world. Each episode is set to follow them throughout the decade as they navigate the virus from rumour to threat to terror.

Davies has acknowledged that this series is largely inspired by and based on his own experiences as a young man, and those of his friends. He has also commented that in part making this show was to honour those he loved and lost. Get your tissues ready.

Also making appearances in the show are Neil Patrick-Harris, Stephen Fry, Tracy Ann Oberman and Keeley Hawes among others - so keep your eyes peeled! Now, keep your eyes peeled on the next bit of this article, where we’ll show you how you can get ready for this show’s release.

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To stream content on All4 from overseas, you’ll need some sort of cloaking device that will mask your location and make it appear as though you’re accessing the platform from at home in the UK. Such a device often takes one of two appearances, a VPN or a Google Chrome Extension. A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is becoming more and more widely known as a location cloaking device, however what is not publicised as much are the risks that come with them. They require a high level of technical skill to install and when done wrongly can expose your device to malware, loss of memory space and slow streaming speed. A Chrome Extension, like Beebs, however can be easily installed straight to your browser. Requiring no official ‘know-how’ and without endangering your device, Beebs keeps your streaming speeds high and doesn’t take up your memory storage. Meaning you’ll be able to cry at It’s a Sin without also crying at the internal destruction of your device.

Want to watch British TV from anywhere?

Simply install the Beebs extension

Get Beebs for Chrome