How to watch Then You Run
UK residents with a Sky TV plan will be able to watch Then You Run through the Sky Max channel. Alternatively, you can stream all 8 episodes immediately with a subscription to Now, Sky’s on-demand platform. Currently travelling outside the UK? Then simply download a VPN to connect to your usual streaming services from anywhere.
|Premiere date: Friday, July 7 at 9pm BST
|TV Channel: Sky Max
|New episodes: weekly at the same time
|Live stream: Sky TV package | Now Entertainment plan (£9.99)
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Four teenage friends planning an epic summer vacation find themselves on the run from gangsters in Europe in this brand-new Sky Original series. Based on the acclaimed 2014 novel ‘You’ by Zoran Drvenkar, and featuring a talented bevy of up-and-coming actors – including Vivian Oparah (Rye Lane) and Leah McNamara (Normal People) – Then You Run is a darkly comic thriller promising visceral action and jaw-dropping twists.
Writer-director Ben Chanan, whose 2019 series The Capture was described as “one of the most cleverly plotted dramas of recent years” by The Guardian’s Sarah Hughes, adapts Drvenkar’s best-selling novel for TV.
Then You Run centres on Tara (McNamara), Ruth (Yasmin Monet Prince), Stink (Oparah), and Nessi (Isidora Fairhurst): a group of “ride or die” best friends based in London and eager for some post-exam antics abroad. But when Tara’s estranged father takes her away to live with him in Rotterdam, she quickly learns that her family is part of a covert criminal underworld: one that she and her best friends find themselves caught up in.
This genre-bending series slides from road trip comedy to crime thriller as the party-mad teens burn rubber across Europe with a cargo of stolen drugs worth one million euros, hotly pursued by Tara’s uncle Reagan (Richard Coyle) and his gangster cronies intent on retrieving the contraband. Yet even these villains will cross paths with a mortifying figure dubbed The Traveller (Christian Rubeck) when the story veers into serial killer territory.
Stream this funny, adrenaline-fueled teen thriller now, as we explain below how to watch Then You Run online from anywhere.
How to watch Then You Run online in the UK
Then You Run will broadcast over on Sky Max beginning Friday, July 7 at 9pm BST. The gripping new miniseries has eight episodes in total, with a new one airing at the same time each week.
Sky subscribers also have the option to stream Then You Run on-the-go on mobile devices via the Sky Go streaming service, which has dedicated apps for iOS, iPadOS and Android devices, along with Xbox and PlayStation consoles.
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Alternatively, you might want to consider becoming a member of Sky’s online streaming platform, Now (formerly Now TV). Now entertainment passes start at £9.99 and you’ll be able to watch all 8 episodes of Then You Run right away. Plus, you won’t be locked into a lengthy contract, so you can cancel your subscription at any time.
Away from the UK? No problem use a VPN to watch Then You Run on Now or Sky from abroad if you're off on your travels.
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How to watch Then You Run online from outside your country
If you’re abroad when Then You Run airs online, you won't be able to watch the show as you normally would at home, due to pesky regional restrictions.
Luckily, there’s an easy solution. Downloading a VPN will allow you to stream it online no matter where you are. It's a simple bit of software that changes your IP address, meaning that you can access on-demand content or live TV just as if you were at home.
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Can I watch Then You Run online in the US?
Alas, we’re still awaiting a release date for Then You Run in the US. We’ll update this space, though, as soon as we have any further intel about the show’s Stateside debut.
If you’re a UK citizen outside of the country when Then You Run airs, you’ll be unable to connect to your usual streaming services. Just download a VPN as detailed above, however, and gain access to all your paid subscriptions no matter where in the world you are.
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Can I watch Then You Run online in Canada?
As of yet there’s no indication that Then You Run will be broadcast on either linear TV or that it’s been picked up by a Canadian streaming service like Crave, though we’ll let you know here should we hear otherwise.
That means that if you’re out of your home country, you’ll need a VPN to watch Then You Run on a UK service like Now from anywhere.
Can I watch Then You Run online in Australia?
There’s no date announced for the release of Then You Run in Australia either. Adapted from the best-selling novel by Zoran Drvenkar, the show has plenty of buzz, but there’s currently no indication when it might arrive for viewers in the Antipodes. As soon as we know more, we’ll let you know here.
As previously mentioned, if you’re abroad and don’t want to miss a beat of this thrilling Sky Original series, a VPN will help you accessing your streaming services and watch Then You Run online no matter where you are.
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Daniel Pateman is a freelance writer, producing articles across the cultural spectrum for magazines like Aesthetica, Photomonitor, The Brooklyn Rail and This is Tomorrow. He also provides text-writing services to individual curators and artists worldwide, and has had work published internationally. His favourite film genre is horror (bring on Scream 5!) and he never tires of listening to Absolute 80s on the radio.