Watch Series 2 of Ladhood on BBC iPlayer when Abroad

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Watch Series 2 of Ladhood on BBC iPlayer when Abroad

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Ladhood may have flown under the radar in its first season, but this English comedy is definitely worth checking out on BBC iPlayer.

If you're looking for a new comedy to get into, then Ladhood is one we can certainly recommend. Most people missed the first series when it aired back in 2019 (airing on BBC 3 will do that). But, thankfully, the BBC picked the programme up again for a follow up season.

The premise of Ladhood is this: Liam Williams is a thirtysomething year old who's trying to work out why his current life has become so average. He's sick of his middle-class London existence and wants to see where it all went wrong.  

Each episode takes place in the past as Liam is remembering his teenage life growing up in Leeds. In an interesting way of breaking the fourth wall, the elder Liam can be heard in the background as a spirit narrator when we flash back to see Liam's teenage moments.

Check out the clip below from series 2 where Liam and his mates unintentionally run into some Doggers. We're not sure how this incident is supposed to provide elder Liam with an understanding of his modern troubles. Oh well, at least it's entertaining!

Scene from Ladhood series 2 as seen on BBC 3 and iPlayer

Here's how you can stream all episodes of Ladhood

If you are here to start watching episodes of Ladhood series 2 on BBC iPlayer from abroad right now, follow these steps:

1. Download Chrome Browser (If you aren't using it already)

2. Install the Beebs Chrome Extension

3. Register for BBC iPlayer

Once you've completed the steps listed above, you can start watching whatever you want on BBC iPlayer straight away. On 15 August 2021 the box set of Ladhood's second series was released, so you're all set to start streaming.

Happy viewing!


BBC Comedy Ladhood returns for a second season.

Ladhood series 1-2 box sets

The standup comedian wrote the comedy series loosely based on his own life growing up in Leeds in the UK. While the semi-fictional Liam hopes to be enlightened by looking at his past with a more mature lens, he that teenage boys really don’t know what they are doing and their experiences aren't supposed to be taken as a source of guidance.

This is a comedy that’s almost impossible to dislike. It sees the BBC feels the same was having recommissioned Ladhood for a third series!

If you're in search of more laughs, check out our list of: The 10 best English comedy box sets to watch online in 2021


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