Australian public broadcaster SBS has renewed controversial comedy series Housos for a second season.
The politically incorrect comedy, which stars Paul Fenech and is set in a fictional housing estate, originally aired on SBS One and has been commissioned for a further nine episodes. It is distributed internationally by the sales of SBS.
Tony Iffland, SBS’s director of television and online content, said: “Housos became hugely successful with its tongue-in-cheek humour. The new season will continue our commitment to commissioning and supporting Australian content and talent. We are delighted to be working with Paul again on a second series.
Fenech added: “The new season of Housos gives fans the chance to unite and get in touch with their inner-bogan. Whether you have to beg, borrow or literally steal a TV set to watch it, we have enough surprises to make it worth your while.”
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18 June 2018 @ 11:08:55 UTC