The cast and crew of 'Bump' are heading back on the streets of Sydney, with comedian Steph Tisdell and paralympian Dylan Alcott added to the mix for the fourth season of the Stan Original.
In 'Wellmania', coming to Netflix March 29, Celeste Barber is human tornado and food critic Liv. After being diagnosed with ‘catastrophic health’, Liz is trapped in Australia and jeopardising her dream job in New York – so she throws herself body-first into a radical wellness journey, hell-bent on getting well to return home.
The new season of Stan's 'Bump' picks up four years after the events of season two, with Oly (Nathalie Morris) and Santi (Carlos Sanson Jr) navigating co-parenting, new partners, Jacinda (Ava Cannon) starting school, and a separation that causes them to realise how important family is.
For writer and director Stef Smith, creating short-form project 'It's Fine, I'm Fine' - about to premiere at Canneseries - was an attempt to get out of what she calls the "credit desert". That is, it was a bid, for both herself and her fellow collaborators, to obtain the kind of credit that could see them escape the sticky "emerging" label.
Actor and comedian Celeste Barber will executive produce and star in new Netflix ANZ comedy drama, 'Wellmania', based on the book by author and journalist Brigid Delaney.
New seasons of TikTok series 'The Formal' and YouTube's Australia’s 'Best Street Racer' are among the six projects to share in more than $920,000 from Screen Australia's Online Fund.