When a young flourishing novelist, Arabella (Michaela Coel), can’t remember the details of the previous night at a club, she begins a desperate attempt to piece together all available information with the help of her friends. I May Destroy You on HBO Max is a dark comedy-drama series set in London that follows Arabella in her discovery of sexual assault and the non-linear process of healing from the trauma.
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How Many Episodes Are in I May Destroy You?
There are 12 episodes in I May Destroy You. The runtime of the episodes averages between 28-34 minutes. You can check the complete list of I May Destroy You episodes and their release dates below.
- “Eyes Eyes Eyes Eyes”: June 7, 2020
- “Someone Is Lying”: June 14, 2020
- “Don’t Forget the Sea”: June 22, 2020
- “That Was Fun”: June 29, 2020
- “…It Just Came Up”: July 6, 2020
- “The Alliance”: July 13, 2020
- “Happy Animals”: July 20, 2020
- “Line Spectrum Border”: July 27, 2020
- “Social Media Is a Great Way to Connect”: August 3, 2020
- “The Cause the Cure”: August 10, 2020
- “Would You Like to Know the Sex?”: August 17, 2020
- “Ego Death”: August 24, 2020
What Are the Critics Saying About I May Destroy You?
I May Destroy You has an official critics rating of 98% and an average audience score of 74% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Kate Stables from Sight & Sound writes, “I May Destroy You is a game-changer of a show: its most interesting legacy may not be its challenging themes, but its formal fearlessness.”
The Ringer’s Alison Herman says, “The observational details that make I May Destroy You such a convincing portrait of its protagonists’ lives are the same ones that give its story weight.”
Anita Singh from Daily Telegraph (UK) writes, “What you do not expect from this story is humour. Yet Coel has pulled off the seemingly impossible by creating a drama that is frequently funny.”
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Is I May Destroy You Suitable for Kids?
I May Destroy You is rated TV-MA, which means it is meant for viewing by mature audiences only. The content material is not suitable for children under 17.