Featuring two thematically linked dates, the show poses a question that explores a timeless Dilemma, such as; is it okay to date a friend's ex? It's a Date will comically reveal the awkward... See full summary »
I can't remember when I've enjoyed an Australian series so much! The show is well written, and perfectly cast. All the characters are believable, Shane Jacobsen and Justine Clarke are outstanding in their roles, as are William McInnes and Claudia Karvan, to name a few. I haven't seen Michelle Vergara Moore perform before but she is excellent in this. I wouldn't miss an episode, and family, friends and colleagues I've spoken with share my opinion ... favourite topic of conversation Monday lunchtimes is discussing the Sunday night's episode! The actors pretty much portray a cross-section of issues facing any Australian community, and do it with class. (This is the first review I've bothered to write here ... I felt I had to share my enjoyment of this show).
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