Starring Ben Whishaw this BBC acclaimed show is finally coming overseas. This is Going to Hurt is a series based on a bestselling memoir of the same name. This show follows Adam ( the main character), a junior doctor, and it takes you on the journey of struggles faced by Adam, who works as a junior doctor in the NHS around 2006. This series explores how healthcare staff is overworked way before the pandemic even begins. If you are interested in watching the medical procedural comedy-drama web series, This is Going to Hurt; you can watch it by adding the AMC+ on Roku.

This is going to hurt on Roku

A Brief Overview of This is Going to Hurt

We would like to give you a brief overview of the show This is going to hurt before we show you how to watch it on Roku:


This is Going to Hurt series is ordered for season 1 with 7 episodes, and the very first episode is scheduled to premiere on June 2, 2022. After that, the next 6 episodes will premiere on a weekly basis on the AMC+ platform.

How to Add AMC+ to watch This is Going to Hurt on Roku

Before you add the AMC+ channel, you need a subscription to access their platform. And the subscription will cost you $8.99 per month or $83.88 per year. To subscribe to the AMC+ platform, you can visit the official website of AMC+.

Using Roku Channel Store

To add AMC+ on Roku, you can follow the steps mentioned below:

[1] Go to your home screen by pressing the Home button on the Roku remote.

[2] Ensure that you have connected your Roku to a Wifi network.

[3] After that, select Streaming Channels from the Roku home screen.

How to add AMC+ to watch This is going to hurt on Roku

[4] Next, navigate to the Search Channels option. Use the on-screen keyboards to enter and search for the AMC+.

How to add AMC+ to watch This is going to hurt on Roku

[5] Choose the AMC+ channel from the search result.

[6] From the channel description page, select the Add Channel button.

Finally, the AMC+ channel will be automatically added to your Roku device-connected TV.

Using the Roku channel store webpage

The following are the alternative method that you can use to add the AMC+ channel to your Roku device.

[1] With the help of a web browser, go to the Roku Channel Store.

[2] You will have to Sign In with your Roku ID credentials. You will be able to see a Sign in option on the top right corner; click on that.

[3] Click on the Search Box. Next, enter AMC+ on the search box and search for the channel.

Using the channel store webpage

[4] Select the AMC+ channel from the search result. On the channel description page, you will see an Add Channel button; click on that.

Using the channel store webpage

With that done, all you have to do is connect your Roku device to an internet connection and turn it on. The channel will be automatically downloaded and installed.

How to Watch This is Going to Hurt using AMC+ on Roku

After adding the AMC+ channel, you need to activate the channel to use it.

1. Go to the home screen of Roku and ensure that the Home option is selected on the left pane.

2. Now, press the Right Arrow button on your Roku TV remote.

3. After that, navigate to the AMC+ channel and launch it.

4. You can now see an activation code displayed on the screen. Note that activation code down.

5. Next, visit the activation website of AMC+:

6. Enter the Email address and password associated with the AMC+ subscription.

7. Input the activation code on the respective field. Next, click on the Continue button.

Activate AMC+ to watch the This is going to hurt web series

8. Finally, you have activated the AMC+ channel on Roku.

9. On the next step, relaunch the AMC+ channel and search for This is going to hurt.

That’s it, guys! You can now enjoy streaming the medical drama series on your Roku device-connected TV.

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1. When can I watch This is Going to hurt in the USA?

You can watch This is Going to Hurt on the USA with the AMC+ platform.

2. Can I get AMC+ for free?

No, you need a subscription to access the AMC+ platform.