TV Series created by Phil Lloyd
Sando is Australia's queen of the discount furniture package deal. She's built her empire on being a down-to-earth larrikin and is something of a national treasure - to all but her family. They banished her a decade ago when her one-night stand (and resulting pregnancy) by her daughter's fiancé was shockingly revealed at his wedding to her daughter. Now, after a health scare, her career on a precipice and her professional nemesis primed to push her into the abyss, Sando is determined to rekindle the family relationship. She needs them, and in spite of their initial apprehension...and unbridled hatred...soon they'll discover they might actually need her too.
Here Come The Habibs!
It's a second migration for the Habib family, first it was Lebanon to Australia, now Lakemba to Vaucluse. But not everyone is happy to see them, and soon the Habibs find themselves in conflict with their new next door neighbours. The O'Neills are Vaucluse royalty - old money and proud of it. They're extremely uncomfortable with goats and chickens, shisha pipes and people of Mediterranean appearance, but the Habibs can't understand what all the fuss is about. One family want to stay, the other family want them gone. Here Come The Habibs brings a fresh comic perspective to multicultural Australia.
The eight-part series follows the lovably dysfunctional Moody family as they come together for eight uniquely Moody occasions over a single year, forming a riotous family portrait of people we know and love.
A Moody Christmas
Shot in Sydney, each half hour episode is set a year apart. Focused on the lovable, yet seasonally dysfunctional Moody family, A Moody Christmas is set against the backdrop of the one occasion that can bring out the best (and the worst) in people.
Review With Myles Barlow
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