How to Watch Noughts + Crosses on BBC iPlayer from the United States

watch Noughts + Crosses on BBC iPlayer from the US

Noughts + Crosses is a British TV drama series broadcast on the BBC for the first time on 5th March 2020. It consists of a single season and has a total of 6 episodes. Jack Rowan and Masali Baduza directed it. The show starred Jack Rowan and Masali Baduza as the lead cast. Other cast members include Jonathan Ajayi, Helen Baxendale, Josh Dylan, and other actors. The second season will air on the BBC in late April or May.

How to watch Noughts + Crosses on BBC iPlayer from the US

Noughts + Crosses is available on BBC iPlayer in the United Kingdom, if you reside in the UK, then all you need is an active iPlayer account to watch Noughts + Crosses. But if you are located in the United States, then follow these simple steps:

  1. Get ExpressVPN for BBC iPlayer (12+3 month free special deal)
  2. Download the VPN app on your preferred device
  3. Select a British IP address from the country list
  4. Now open on your browser
  5. Search Noughts + Crosses on iPlayer from the United States
  6. Enjoy the series

How to get a BBC iPlayer account in the US & Canada

Unfortunately, BBC iPlayer is restricted to the UK only. You can not stream it from outside the UK, but that does not mean you can not have an iPlayer account from the US and Canada. Follow these steps to get a BBC iPlayer account from outside the UK:

  1. Get ExpressVPN for BBC iPlayer (30-day money-back guarantee)
  2. Connect to a British IP address (UK – Dockland)
  3. Open in your browser or click here
  4. Click on Sign in, which is located in the top left corner
  5. It will redirect you to another page now click on register now
  6. Select your age (Below 16 or Above 16)
  7. Add your date of birth, email ID, and password
  8. Select the United Kingdom as your country and add “E16 1AD or E16 2AF” as the postal code for Dockland
  9. Verify your email address
  10. Done! Now you have access to BBC iPlayer in the US and Canada

Noughts + Crosses- Trailer

Noughts + Crosses- Plot

The series is set in modern-day London in an alternate past in which various nations from (what is now known as) West Africa merged to establish the solid African Empire, which colonized Europe 700 years ago.

After a struggle known as the Great World War, the power of Europe was split between rival African groups, with the Malian Empire and the Moors controlling continental Europe. In contrast, the African Empire controlled Albion (Great Britain and Ireland) and portions of Scandinavia. Although their national boundaries have been pushed back since the Great War, Russia and the Balkans are still battling the African colonizers. The Ottoman Empire, which controls areas of East Asia, also exists.

Albion looks like an independent state with its own (Cross) PM and executive leadership, a Cross-only police force, and a military that recently agreed that they would employ some of the talented Noughts. It is, however, still answerable to the African Empire, which is situated on the African continent. As of 1950, the colony’s racial discrimination was strictly enforced between individuals of rich African heritage (known as Crosses or daggers) and the lower local Europeans (known as Noughts or blankers).

Noughts + Crosses- Ratings

The show has a unique story, especially the alternative history concept, so this might not be a show for everyone. The show’s rating is 6 out of 10 on IMDb, and on Rotten Tomatoes, it has a rating of 75%.

What else can you watch on BBC iPlayer from the US?

Here is a list of movies and TV shows you should check out on BBC iPlayer:

Wrap Up

If you are into history and war, you should watch Noughts + Crosses on BBC iPlayer from the United States for free. We have tested ExpressVPN to watch BBC iPlayer in the US, and it worked perfectly fine, therefore, we highly recommend it.

Written by Mickel Clark

Mickel is a streaming aficionado who loves nothing more than to pen down his thoughts about the movies, anime and TV shows he has watched and likes sharing hacks on how to stream them online.