Jail time starts looking appealing real fast after 20-something alcoholic Sam is forced to sober up under her mom’s roof, as a result of a minor indiscretion involving a co-worker’s eye and a telephone receiver. Tormented by triggers that would drive anyone to the bottle, it’s an extended hangover from hell, and you can follow our guide as we explain how to watch Single Drunk Female online and stream the new dramedy from anywhere in the world.
Unfamiliar with the feeling of being held accountable for her actions – which include driving under the influence or as Sam calls it, “being awesome” – the funny side begins to lose its lustre as one by one, her chickens come home to roost.
She’s stuck in a dead-end job in her home town, her former best friend and ex-boyfriend are getting hitched… Oh, and did we mention her mom has started dating too?
Unfortunately for Sam, her recovery means that romance is off the cards until she’s a year and a day sober, but with a whole lot of guidance from her sponsor, she’s got plenty of other messes to sort out first. Starting with her bedding.
Read on as we explain how to watch Single Drunk Female online and stream the new comedy show where you are.
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How to watch Single Drunk Female from outside your country
For those of you abroad when Single Drunk Female lands, you’ll be unable to watch the new comedy series due to annoying regional restrictions.
Fortunately, there is a solution in the form of a VPN. This nifty bit of software changes your IP address so that you can access all the content you normally would at home, only from anywhere in the world.
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How to watch Single Drunk Female online: stream the new show in the US
How to watch Single Drunk Female in Australia
Can you watch Single Drunk Female elsewhere in the world?
At the time of writing, Single Drunk Female is only nailed-on for release in the US and Australia, with no word yet on plans for the UK or Canada.
However, we’re hoping that we’ll know more towards the end of its run in the US.
Aatif is a freelance copywriter and journalist based in the UK. He’s written about technology, science and politics for publications including Gizmodo, The Independent, Trusted Reviews and Newsweek, but focuses on streaming at Future, an arrangement that combines two of his greatest passions: sport and penny-pinching.