A successful radio host who finds himself unexpectedly back in the dating pool for the first time in a decade, after discovering his long-term girlfriend has been having an affair with his best friend.
AJ and Liv find themselves in Sri Lanka, where a game of pool basketball, a mix-up on a massage table, and a late night disaster with a punishingly sad divorcee and broken glass in the pool area lead...
Squinters celebrates the comically mundane peak-hour ritual for the workers of Kosciusko, a consumer goods dispatch center under threat of takeover, as they commute into the rising sun each morning and again as they return at days end.
A year after a devastating flood has killed five locals in an idyllic country town, a mysterious new plant appears. The plant's phenomenal ability to restore youth is so formidable that attempting to harness it means re-evaluating values.
Audrey is determined not to be defined by motherhood. In theory, this seems fairly easy. In practice, her career-focused husband, self-obsessed mother, and fancy-free best friend make it damn-near impossible.
Series following the story of a successful radio host who finds himself single for the first time in 10 years after discovering his long-term girlfriend has been having an affair with his best friend - and to make things even more complicated, it looks like she's pregnant.
I went into this show with not a very high expectation of it knowing Matt recently left radio and hasn't been recognised as an actor and I'm also not really a fan of Australian TV shows, but boy was I pleasantly surprised, and so so glad I gave this show a shot. Whilst at times the acting is not the greatest, the beautifully written storyline is so down to earth and realistic, all the cast honestly felt like mates I've known my whole life, and the story line was just stories I've heard from their relationships or mines. I've laughed until liquid has run out of my nose, cried happy and sad tears, reflected on my own life in such a deep state I felt like this was a form of therapy. I've just finished season 2 in one sitting and now I'm sad I have to wait a while until the next. If this was a live theatre performance, I'd stand up and applaud Matt and the cast and producers on producing a refreshing, honest and pure show free from the melodrama we see in a lot of tv shows within this genre. Brilliantly done!
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