Tag: The Hollowmen

Sep 04

Audrey’s Utopia

The fine folk at Working Dog have been busy people of late. While in 2013 had their previous television innings of Santo, Sam and Ed’s Sports Fever! and repeats of The Hollowmen and Audrey’s Kitchen, the announcement of a new political satire has come to fruition. The Sydney Morning Herald’s Michael Idato reports of an eight part comedy …

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Jul 07

More on The Hollowmen!

From the article Sitch In Time: “As far as I can tell, Tony [Rob Sitch] is a variation on Frontline’s Mike Moore, his prevailing characteristic the same gormless naivety, his life a series of defeats, humiliations, pratfalls and disasters. He suggests that everything in his world is under control and yet also about to go hideously …

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Jun 25

Late Show cast in new political series

Some of the old Late Show cast is working on a new political satire/drama, The Hollowmen, to air on the ABC on July 9. Working Dog, the production company co-founded by Late Show alumni including Santo Cilauro, Rob Sitch and Tom Gleisner, began taping the new show recently. The Hollowmen is thought to be named after TS Eliot’s famous poem …

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