Nov 27, 2018 · Created by Mark Samual Bonanno, Naomi Higgins, Humyara Mahbub. With Naomi Higgins, Olivia Junkeer, Wil King, Lawrence Leung. Best friends Penny and Mia set out to right all that's wrong with the world, blissfully ignorant of how many people they torment along the way.
Synopsis:Three best friends negotiate work, fun, identity politics, hookups and wild nights out in this razor-sharp satire of millennial life in Melbourne.
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Feb 15, 2021 · In many ways, ABC’s new comedy series Why Are You Like This continues that trope. It’s a show about three friends in their early 20s “barely coping with their growing independence, struggles with...
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Apr 16, 2021 · Netflix‘s Why Are You Like This follows three twenty-somethings in Australia navigating friendships, hookups and workplaces with a painfully self-aware brand of comedy about political correctness...
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Penny and Mia are best friends, but they are not good for each other or anyone else. Leaving a path of destruction in their wake wherever they go, they say and do what they want - regardless of the consequences.
Apr 16, 2021 · Why Are You Like This captures the darker side of the nonsense, exploring how a well-intentioned fury at social inequality can end up manifesting itself in inane and militant ways.
Feb 14, 2021 · 10 years later the same channel (currently rebranded as ABC TV Plus) unveils Why Are You Like This, another indie comedy in which friends and housemates juggle unemployment, friendships and identity politics. Naomi Higgins (Get Krackin’) is co-creator and one of three lead performers, joining Olivia Junkeer and Wil King.
Feb 18, 2021 · The satirical new Aussie TV series Why Are You Like This captures our contentious modern times. “People aren’t growing and learning and becoming better people,” says co-creator, actor and comedian Naomi Higgins. “People are set in their ways and they’re awful, and that is very funny to me.”
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