How to watch the groundbreaking new 'Made in Chelsea' season from anywhere in the world

There's plenty underway, so here's how to watch 'Made in Chelsea: Corsica 2023' for all of its juicy drama

How to watch Made in Chelsea from anywhere in the world
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We're gearing up for more antics and history-making moments, so now's the time to learn how to watch Made In Chelsea ahead of what promises to be a revolutionary season.

How to watch 'Made in Chelsea' wherever you are

We'll be reuniting with our favorite Brits (and meeting some new faces) in Made in Chelsea: Corsica 2023. What will transpire as these elite 20-somethings venture out while vacationing in France? We're expecting some drama, naturally.

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Time and date:Sunday, August 13 at 9pm
Channel: E4
Stream: Channel 4
Watch anywhere: Stream from anywhere with ExpressVPN

How to watch 'Made in Chelsea: Corsica' in the UK

Ready for another round? Made in Chelsea: Corsica 2023 will air on E4 beginning Sunday, August 13 at 9pm. Watch new and familiar faces join forces at a beautiful villa (where else) for sun, romance...and chaos. 

How to watch 'Made in Chelsea: Corsica' in the US and beyond

For those who aren't able to access Chanel 4 in their home country, turn to a VPN, which allows you to change your device's IP address to unlock content that might not be available in your physical location. 

We highly recommend Express VPN, the top-rated VPN from our sister site, TechRadar. You can try it risk-free with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Plus, your activity is secure, data is private and help is available whenever you need, 24/7. (Should you encounter any issues while using the VPN, remember to delete the cookies from your device or switch to a new server.)

Here's how to get started with a VPN for Made in Chelsea:

1. You will need to create a separate Channel 4 account in order to start streaming and use a UK postcode upon sign-up. ExpressVPN is a complement to Channel 4.

2. Follow the download instructions for Express VPN

3. Open the app, and select your server location as anywhere in the UK. 

4. Once Express VPN is installed and your locale is set to the UK, log onto your Channel 4 account and follow the instructions to start streaming Made in Chelsea

Take a sneak peek at 'Made in Chelsea: Corsica'

Who's in the cast of 'Made in Chelsea: Corsica'?

Here's who we're expecting to see during this season:

  • Miles Nazaire
  • David ‘Temps’ Templar
  • Freddy Knatchbull 
  • Ruby Adler 
  • Reza Amiri-Garroussi
  • Harvey Armstrong
  • Tristan Phipps 
  • Sam Prince
  • Olivia Bentley 
  • Robbie Mullett 
  • Joel Mignot
  • Willow Day
  • Inga Valentiner
  • Imogen Bloom (newbie) 
  • Annabella Sharpe (newbie)

Why will this season be groundbreaking?

Made in Chelsea: Corsica 2023 will feature the first three-way male kiss in UK TV history. This comes on the heels of another huge moment in 2020, when the series was given the title of the first reality to show a same-sex wedding in the UK.

"The channel has endeavored to really be on our side in this storyline," Joel Mignot told MailOnline. "If other people have negative complaints, then I don't care because Channel 4 have worked with us tirelessly to portray this story in the best possible light."

Additionally, The Sun reports that after a cheating scandal erupts, we're in for the "most brutal fight in the show's history."

So overall, we can expect the five seasons to be brief but pack plenty for us to sink our teeth into. 

Newbie Imogen Bloom told Grazia, "It has been a whirlwind. We’ve only been here for three weeks out of six, so there has been some really high highs and some really low lows. But it has been a fantastic experience so far. But there has been plenty of drama, watch this space – sh*t is about to hit the fan!"

For more British-based shows to add you your queue, check out how to watch Olivia Marries Her Match, I Kissed a Boy, and Love Island

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