HOW TO STAY MARRIED is an eight-part comedy series about staying together when romance has made way for routine and the ever-changing nature of family life continually throws curve balls into the mix. It’s a refreshing and heart-warming look at the problems that can befall even the best marriage, blending the daily challenges with the hilarious minutiae of domestic life.

Six months on from the events of Season One, the Butler family have adjusted to their new norm, with Em working in publishing full time and Greg relishing life as stay-at-home dad. But there’s little time for Greg and Em to rest on their laurels, or even share a quick glass of wine or cuddle on the couch. 14 year old daughter Sophie is morphing into a lovely and sometimes moody teen, while 7 year old Chloe is obsessed with sharks, pirates and her pet turtle Hannibal. Greg’s live-in brother Brad has fallen for his Russian flame Nadia, whilst Em still dreams of writing a novel and Greg thinks a family holiday will provide the perfect antidote to all their stress. Can Greg and Em make those dreams a reality?



Its Summer’s last day working at the travelling fairground. She can’t wait to move on and delete this dead-end job from her memory. Running the ‘Duck Duchess’ game is a long way from the dream of what she expected to be doing after graduation. She’s sick of all the entitled kids, the over- protective parents, and lectures from the Manager.

But what if the park doesn’t think she’s ready to leave?

An 11-minute dark twisted fantasy for young adults in the vein of Black Mirror & The Twilight Zone, Parked showcases the first major acting role for Wengie, Australia’s number one most subscribed YouTuber and massive internet celebrity.

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By day, Kevin Williams is a divorced dad, stuck in a dull IT job at the Unanderra council. By night, he’s Koala Man, a civic superhero cleaning up the streets from petty crime. Clad in a koala mask, and wielding a bottle of Eucalyptus Oil, Koala Man won’t stop until he’s rid the town of every last loiterer, litterer, and local kid who looks a bit dodgy down at the park. Wherever there’s a minor misdemeanour, there is Koala Man (Except between nine and five on weekdays when he’s at work. And every second weekend when he has his son).



Greg and Em Butler have been married fourteen years. They have two daughters, Chloe, who has just started school, and teenage Sophie. Greg is (perhaps overly) content in his management role with Births, Deaths and Marriages and Em has kept things (mostly) together on the home front since the children were born. It’s a good marriage, as marriages go. The children tolerate them, the sex is frequent enough and they have the domestic routine more or less down pat. Greg refers to the partnership as “Team Greg and Em” or “Team Grem” for short.

But change is on its way. With Chloe starting school, Em has decided to go back to work.  Greg is initially hesitant to disrupt the status quo, but when redundancies are offered at his job, he starts to wonder whether he’s really happy with things the way they are. When Greg’s brother Brad announces that he’s staying with them – for an unspecified period – after being dumped by his girlfriend, it’s clear there is more upheaval ahead.

HOW TO STAY MARRIED is an eight-part comedy series about staying together when romance has made way for routine and change disturbs the peace inside a marriage. The series takes a refreshingly honest look at the problems that can befall even a good marriage. The characters are magnets for trouble with an endearing ability to dig themselves deeper into the very problems they are trying to avoid. The series mixes big subjects – raising children, boredom, guilt, fertility, temptation, dreams, ambition and the need for purpose – with the funny and recognizable minutiae of married life.



Superwog, the first original scripted series to air on ABC COMEDY, follows the often misunderstood, dysfunctional Superwog family as they struggle to navigate life in Australian heartland suburbia. Superwog is a flawed teenager, obsessed with girls and fast food, who is enrolled in a prestigious private school. His misadventures with best friend Johnny often cause Superwog’s primitive, highly-strung father extreme stress as he battles to keep his delusional, but fiercely loyal wife happy.

Developed over eight years by Theodore and Nathan Saidden, the Superwog YouTube channel has garnered an extraordinary 185+ million YouTube views and over 905k subscribers, cementing their spot amongst Australia’s most watched YouTube comedy creators.

The Superwog pilot, funded by Screen Australia and YouTube as part of the Skip Ahead initiative, was the highest trending YouTube video in Australia last year, with over 3.5 million views (90% Australian based) and the most watched piece of content in the country in 2017.

Produced by Princess Pictures, the full series will continue on from The Superwog pilot with six brand new half-hour episodes premiering weekly on the Superwog YouTube channel at the same time as ABC COMEDY.


The Kununurra Kid

An 8-part, fly-on-the-wall documentary series following Tom Forrest, a young Aussie who jumps in his van and ventures into the unknown to uncover the mystery of his roots and figure out his future.



Based on the life and stories of Boori Monty Pryor, Wrong Kind of Black is an indigenous narrative comedy-drama that brings a rare perspective to a tumultuous era in Australia’s history.

From the crocs and cops of 1960s Queensland, to the blood-splattered dance floors of Melbourne’s 1970s nightclubs, Monty (played by Clarence Ryan) and his younger brother Paul (Aaron McGrath) reveal the inspiring and sometimes heartbreaking journey of growing up ‘the wrong kind of black’.

At the height of the ’70s disco inferno, Monty is Melbourne’s hottest DJ dubbed “The Black Superman”, he and Paul rub shoulders with a motley crew of Russian mobsters and Aussie yobbos alike. The ‘fro and flares seem like worlds away from their childhood on remote Palm Island – but beneath the surface not much has changed. Aboriginal culture is still not welcome in white society, and the price of its preservation can be deadly. As tensions rise and trouble follows, Monty decides to take his future into his own hands and stand against the tide of Australian racism.


My Year 7 Life

The most highly anticipated year of a student’s life is also the one that can change the course of their adult psychology forever – the transition into Year 7. Psychologists have discovered that the way we navigate the change from Top Dog to Small Fish affects how successfully we navigate our entire lives, making the finding of new friends, dealing with new teachers and surviving puberty critically important.

In My Year 7 Life, 16 diverse kids from around the country were given cameras to document their transition from primary school to high school. The series goes straight to the source, getting first-hand accounts from the kids as they navigate the monumental changes taking place during their first year of high school. Through their experiences, we discover just how much homework parents and carers have to do to help the kids relieve the stress and anxiety around a year that everyone remembers as one of the hardest at high school.



The Slot

An original Foxtel series, The Slot presents emerging and experimental short form comedy from Australia’s most successful online comedy content creators.

Each episode follows hosts Christiaan Van Vuuren (Bondi Hipsters) and Adele Vuko (Skit Box), and the unorthodox encounters they conjure with this new wave of Australian viral classics.

Featuring SketchShe, Troy Kinne, RackaRacka, Aunty Donna, Skit Box, Michael Cusack, Superwog, Michael Shanks, Bondi Hipsters and Natalie Tran – no comedic boundary is left untouched.

Between them they’ve amassed billions of views with their captivating, weird, hilarious and at times absurd comedy never before seen on TV. They’re not asking permission, they’ve rewritten the rulebook.

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My Year 12 Life

At the start of 2016, Princess Pictures gave cameras to a diverse group of 14 teenagers across Australia to film the most dramatic twelve months of their lives – Year 12. The resulting self executed ‘vlogumentary’ series is emotional, often hilarious and full of suspense – what will their number be and what do they go through to get there?

There were no film crews, no producers on the ground; just 14 teenagers telling their own stories to their own cameras in their own way. They have documented the raw drama of their final year of school, and remind us how important Year 12 is to those living through it, what the future looks like at 18, and how that’s changed over the years. The series aims to create a national conversation about the pressures of life in Year 12.

ABC ME – Monday to Wednesday at 7.30pm from Monday, February 20
ABC – Sundays at 6.30pm from Sunday, February 26
ABC iview and ABC ME app – will house all full episodes as catch-up from February 20 as well as over 400 pieces of additional content. The additional content will be live from February 10 as an introduction to the 14 students
ABC ME YouTube – will also be used to distribute My Year 12 Life to the widest possible Australian audience