How to watch Pistol, the Danny Boyle Sex Pistols series in the UK

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Photo credit: Miya Mizuno/FX
Photo credit: Miya Mizuno/FX

Right now, there's so much good stuff on TV it's hard to know where to start. Between fuming over the Ozark finale and reading up on Selling Sunset drama we've got a lot on our entertainment plates. Well, we're about to get busier, because Danny Boyle's upcoming drama all about the rise of the Sex Pistols not only has a release date, but also a trailer and some brand new pics.

The six-part series explores the band's story from the perspective of their founding member guitarist Steve Jones, and is based on his hilarious and shocking 2017 memoir Lovely Boy: Tales From A Sex Pistol.

Photo credit: Miya Mizuno/FX
Photo credit: Miya Mizuno/FX

Along with some exciting new images from the show, fans have been eagerly awaiting release date info thanks to the big names on the cast, from Maisie Williams in her first small screen role since Game of Thrones, to Queen's Gambit star Thomas Brodie-Sangster as the band's manager.

Here's how to watch Pistol in the UK.

How to watch Pistol in the UK

The good news is that not only is Pistol being released at the end of May but we don't have to sit around waiting for it long after some far flung US release date. It's coming straight here.

You can watch Pistol on Disney+ from 31st May.

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Photo credit: Rebecca Brenneman/FX
Photo credit: Rebecca Brenneman/FX

You can get yourself a Disney+ membership for £7.99 a month or for £79.90 a year to get access to all six episodes of Pistol. Plus, if you want to get your subscription ahead of time, you can sign up to Disney+ and watch all your favourite films and TV shows using this link here.

We'll see you there.

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