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The End of the F***ing World Season 2: Where to watch the new episodes on TV and online

Where to watch The End of the F***ing World season 2 on TV and online

The wait is over! The sequel to the grimly dark, sometimes oddly touching comedy series that first hit our screens back in October 2017, is finally here.

It’s been a long wait, but fans that took to James and Alyssa – the odd pair portrayed by Alex Lawther and Jessica Barden – have finally had their prayers answered. Admittedly, with that surprising and somewhat ambiguous ending we weren’t sure if a second series would ever see the light of day in the name of art and shock factor.

Series two of The End of the F***ing World premiered on Channel 4 with a double bill on November 4, with the following six episodes follow the same pattern through the week until the final two episodes of season two are released on November 7.

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What time is The End of the F***ing World season 2 episode 1 on?

Channel 4 is showcasing a double bill of two brand new episodes of The End of the F***ing World every night from November 4 to November 7, with the first starting at 10pm GMT and the second episode following at 10:30pm.

It’s the same place, same time all week.

What channel is The End of the F***ing World on?

The End of the F***ing World is showing brand new episodes every night on Channel 4 at 10pm and 10:30pm respectively.

You can enjoy two new episodes every night with the penultimate and final episode airing on November 7.

How to stream The End of the F***ing World online

All episodes of season two (alongside the eight episodes of series one if you’re looking for a hearty binge) will be readily available to watch in their entirety on All4 after being screened on Channel 4.

Watch: Channel 4 online

You can also watch all the action from the comfort of your mobile device with the All4 app.

Download: All4 App for iOS

Download: All4 App for Android

For US-based viewers, the complete second season launched on Netflix’s catalogue on November 5.

If you’re concerned you might not be able to access your streaming service of choice where you are, you could always use a VPN.

Unfamiliar with how a VPN works? Essentially it encrypts and conceals where you’re browsing from, allowing you to appear as if you’re located in a different country altogether, ideal for if you’re blocked from using on demand services whilst holidaying outside of the UK. Interested? We’ve rounded up some of the best VPNs for streaming below:

The End of the F***ing World Preview: What is The End of the F***ing World about? Who’s in the cast?

Based on the graphic novel of the same name by Charles Forsman, The End of the F***ing World is led by the phenomenal talent of Alex Lawther as James, a psychotic 17-year-old boy looking to finally level up his killings from animals to a human being, and Jessica Barden as Alyssa, the mouthy, troubled new girl at school James sets his sights on. The dark comedy-drama follows as the two misfits run away and get themselves into all sorts of trouble.

Of course, as things always seem to go between not-quite-captor and victim, the two begin to form a twisted relationship of sorts, only further secured by the horrific acts that unfold on their adventure across England to find Alyssa’s dad.

When it comes to season two of The End of the F***ing World, we’re still left fairly in the dark about what will happen following the fallout of its first season. The trailer sees Alyssa wearing a wedding dress and stating, “I thought I’d already sh*ttest day of my life, but this is actually worse.”

We’re also introduced to the mysterious character of Bonnie, portrayed by Naomi Ackie, the actress set to appear in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, who appears to have a vendetta against Alyssa.

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