This is Going to Hurt, a BBC and AMC co-production, premieres in the U.S. on Thursday, June 2, on AMC+ and Sundance Now. The series is based on the non-fiction memoir by Adam Kay, who also wrote and created the show. It follows the hilarious and joyful highs and painful lows of life for doctors on a gynecology and obstetrics ward. Ben Whishaw and Ambika Mod star as Adam Kay and Shruti Acharya, two mid-level doctors working their way through the hospital hierarchy in the early 2000s. Through audience direct-address, they add compelling, intimate insight into the overwhelmingly exhausting, incredible, and life-and-death moments of their days. Read on to learn how to stream the seven-episode first season of This is Going to Hurt without cable.
How to Watch This is Going to Hurt
This is Going to Hurt on AMC+
This is Going to Hurt on Sundance Now
Sundance Now is a newer streaming service focused on compelling storytelling, with a robust collection of independent cinema, international television, and a heavy focus on true crime. Based on the Sundance Institute and Film Festival, it aims to bring to home viewers these unique voices and stories found in independent filmmaking.
Sundance Now costs either $4.99 or $6.99 per month, depending on whether a subscriber takes a monthly or annual subscription to the service. While the normal monthly cost is $6.99 per month, subscribers can opt to pay an annual subscription price of $59.88, which equates to $4.99 per month. Sundance Now offers a 7-day Free Trial.
The service can be streamed online at Sundancenow.com, or via apps for iOS and Google devices, on Roku, Xbox One, and Amazon Fire. It is also available as an add-on subscription through YouTube TV, Sling TV, and Amazon.
For more information, see our review of Sundance Now.
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