Drunk History Australia: Channel 10 releases the entire series on 10 Play

Channel 10 has responded to the coronavirus pandemic by releasing the new season of Drunk History early on streaming service 10 Play.

Now people self-isolating at home can watch the comedy series in full instead of waiting for it to air on television.

Grant Denyer, who stars in one of the episodes, shared several teaser photos to Instagram on Friday to promote the early release.

‘It’s a cracker of a show!’ Channel 10 has responded to the coronavirus pandemic by releasing the new season of Drunk History early on streaming service 10 Play. Pictured: Grant Denyer

He wrote in the caption: ‘Bored in these crazy times? Well cop this. The legends at @channel10au are releasing the entire brand new series of #DrunkHistoryAustralia on @10playau from today!

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‘It’s an unbelievable cracker of a show where hilariously “loaded” celebs try and re-tell / slur legendary Aussie tales. Well, their version of what they can remember at least.’

He added: ‘These famous stories are then questionably recreated in full glory by people like me, to bring these drunken tales to life!’

In character: Grant Denyer, who stars in one of the episodes as Captain Thunderbolt, shared several teaser photos to Instagram on Friday to promote the early release

Grant will star as Australian bushranger Frederick Ward, who was better known as Captain Thunderbolt in the 1800s.

He explained: ‘I play Captain Thunderbolt, the gentleman bush ranger who fell in love with an indigenous woman and became Australia’s Bonnie and Clyde. Robbing, bonking and getting arrested… repeat.

‘It’s a mighty tale. They all are. Get ya eyeballs on it. Great fun.’

Tall tale: ‘I play Captain Thunderbolt, the gentleman bush ranger who fell in love with an indigenous woman and became Australia’s Bonnie and Clyde,’ Grant said

The six-episode series will retell the stories of the first Miss Australia, the dismissal of Gough Whitlam and the life of opera legend Dame Nellie Melba, and many more.

Aside from Grant, the series will include cameos by the likes of Yvie Jones, Osher Günsberg, Darren McMullan and former Bachelor winner Alex Nation.

As of Friday, there are 3,050 confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Australia, including 13 deaths.

Pandemic: As of Friday, there are 3,050 confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Australia, including 13 deaths

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