Exploring the personal lives of four best friends. An easily relatable story of Aussie blokes and the hilarious every day events that they encounter. An excellent mix of comedy and heart ...
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In a desperate attempt to cure his wife's early onset Alzheimer's, the brilliant but arrogant scientist, Dr. Robert Follis, performs experimental gene therapy on her. The improvements are ... See full summary »
Exploring the personal lives of four best friends. An easily relatable story of Aussie blokes and the hilarious every day events that they encounter. An excellent mix of comedy and heart warming moments that every bloke who has experienced mateship and love will enjoy. Written by
A refreshing change for Aussie TV - a good quality local product!
Last Man Standing gives a modern twist to the Sex and the City model. Instead of the players being American women in their late thirties / early forties, this show turns the premise back on itself and takes an in-depth look at three twenty-something Australian males and how they cope with life, love and the great unknown: women. Three great main characters (Adam, Bruno & Cameron) stumble and fumble their way through life.
On one hand, they've got things sorted out. They've all got steady jobs, great friendships, and an active social life. But on the other hand, there's Cameron's ex-wife Zoe, who Adam may or may not be interested in, and the boys certainly seem to struggle to find that elusive 'perfect woman' ...
Last Man Standing takes us into the minds of the typical Aussie male, taking a light-hearted look at the trials and tribulations of getting your love-life in order in a new, uncharted world where, more often than not, women are the sexual predators.
With sharp writing and great acting, Last Man Standing will hopefully find the audience it deserves before it's rudely shafted to a poor timeslot.
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