Where to watch Save Me online in Australia

Alexandra Plesa 23 May 2018 NEWS

The new British series follows a womaniser whose life is turned upside down when his estranged daughter goes missing.

Save Me is a six-episode drama revolving around a man’s quest to find his missing daughter. It stars Lennie James as Nelson “Nelly” Rowe, a womanising boozer who is arrested on suspicion of kidnapping his estranged 13-year-old daughter, Jody.

He’s innocent, but the news of the disappearance hits him hard, so he sets out to discover what happened to Jody and, hopefully, return the child to safety. This puts him back in touch with Jody’s mother, Claire, played by Suranne Jones.

The show premiered in the UK back in February and was well-received by critics. The first season consists of only six episodes, but Save Me has already been renewed for a second installment.

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How to watch Save Me

In Australia, Save Me airs on BBC First, with weekly episodes from 22 May . You can watch on TV as long as you have a Foxtel subscription with the Drama pack. Or you can stream the show to your mobile device with the Foxtel app, which is free with your subscription.

You can also stream Save Me episodes with Foxtel Now. The platform allows you to watch Foxtel channels live and catch up with content on demand. You’ll need the Drama pack, which costs $15/month. Besides BBC First, the pack also gives you access to showcase, BBC UKTV, TV H!TS, and Universal Channel.

Foxtel Now works on a variety of devices, including computers, smartphones, tablets, Chromecast, AirPlay, PS4, Telstra TV and the Foxtel Now box. There’s a free two-week trial for new customers.

BBC First is also available with Fetch TV, as part of the Variety pack. The pack costs only $6/month, but the total price of your subscription will vary based on whether you buy a Fetch box outright or get one through a broadband provider.

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