In Sydney, an ambitious but not-so-street-smart suburbanite forms a "gang" with his three less than enthusiastic friends. Their nemeses become his no nonsense parking inspector cousin and his less than enthusiastic female partner.




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Series cast summary:
Tahir Bilgic ...  Steve 8 episodes, 2018
Rob Shehadie Rob Shehadie ...  Joseph 8 episodes, 2018
Casey Donovan Casey Donovan ...  Tia 8 episodes, 2018
Andy Trieu Andy Trieu ...  Hung 8 episodes, 2018
Neel Kolhatkar Neel Kolhatkar ...  Raj 8 episodes, 2018
Dave Eastgate Dave Eastgate ...  Shane 8 episodes, 2018
Dina Gillespie ...  Zena 6 episodes, 2018
Simon Elrahi ...  Adil 6 episodes, 2018
Maria Tran ...  Trans 5 episodes, 2018
Neveen Hanna ...  Marie 5 episodes, 2018


From the co-creators of Here Come The Habibs, Street Smart features cult comedy star Tahir Bilgic as the mastermind of a criminal gang of misfits whose dreams of riches, girls, and a gangsters paradise are foiled by professional a Parking Enforcement Officer, Joseph (Rob Shehadie), and his dedicated side-kick, Tia (Casey Donovan). From a botched shopping trolley heist to the most disappointing train robbery of the century, the gang scheme and plot their way towards a life of riches with Joseph and Tia hot on their heels.

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The channel that ran the series - Network Ten - did not seem to have confidence in "Street Smart" right from the word go. Very limited promotion was given to the show before it first aired and after just one episode (of very average ratings) it was bumped out of prime time (Sundays 8pm) to late night TV (Mondays 10pm). See more »

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Not as smart as it thinks
11 September 2018 | by videorama-759-859391See all my reviews

Okay, this is no Houso's. I'll tell you that right from the start, or the Pizza's, or Swift And Shift, though this is rather entertaining, providing an adequate amount of laughs, but I'll use adequate real loosely. Some familiar faces, and thankfully some new ones too. The comedy smarts are still there, but in smaller supply. Another thing, Casey Donovan can actually act, and hopefully, we'll see bigger things from her. Basically the show brings some different cultures together where the bad influential Bilgic and his Asian mate run a business, I'm not really sure what, but in the episode I saw, they turned this place, into a night club. Although this show, doesn't rise to the expectation of the others, one feels it walks in much similar lines to the others. We've seen too much of this before in the other shows. However these shows are good formula for laughs. May'be if they had a change of atmosphere, based around things like a police station or mechanic's garage like Bingles, more laughs would of flew. Regardless, this is still pretty funny, and hopefully will be around for some time yet.

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