Where to watch You’re the Worst online in Australia

Olivia Harris 1 December 2017

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When two anti-relationship peeps get involved with each other, nothing can go wrong. Right?

You’re The Worst is an American comedy-drama series on FX, created by Stephen Falk. The show follows a small cast of toxic people who attempt to live their lives in harmony, but constantly get in each other's way. Each season has had a different focus, the first centering around an anti-relationship duo forging a new path together. The second season focusses on depression and the effect it can have on relationships and people, while the third paints a picture of drugs and their place in the modern world. Each theme is woven into the narrative which eventually reaches a moment when you find yourself saying “*character’s name* you’re the worst!”.

You’re the Worst sits at the top end of the comedy-drama genre. Clever writing and the chemistry between characters balances out the pessimistic tone that surrounds the two main narcissistic protagonists.

Season 4 is currently underway on FX, and there are several ways you can watch You’re the Worst online in Australia.

Season 1

Released 2014.

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Season 2

Released 2015.

Season 3

Released 2016.

Season 4

Released 2017.


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