It's a Date, Season 1
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It’s A Date is an eight-part narrative comedy series featuring an extraordinary mix of Australia’s most respected performers including Gold Logie award winners Asher Keddie, Kate Ritchie, John Wood and Lisa McCune alongside stars of the stage and screen Stephen Curry, Sibylla Budd, Shane Jacobson, Sophie Lowe, Nadine Garner, Pia Miranda, Peter Helliar, Lawrence Mooney, Ian Smith and from the UK comedy superstar Ross Noble in a rare TV acting role. Alongside these seasoned performers are some of Australia’s best emerging comedy talents including Ronny Chieng, Kate McLennan, Luke McGregor and Nazeem Hussein.
|1||VideoEpisode One: Abandon||Em (Lisa McCune) is determined to make a date with a reluctant Greg (Peter Helliar) work. Meanwhile, Patrick's (Dave Lawson) attempts to get Jasmine (Poh Ling Yeow) to a mini golf course to propose go from bad to worse.||27:38||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoEpisode Two: Honesty||Imogen (Sibylla Budd) is shocked to find Kevin (Luke McGregor), the African American windsurfer she has been getting to know on the internet, is actually a socially awkward redhead. Gwen (Denise Scott) decides that she and Rex (John Wood) should be one hundred per cent honest with each other about their past.||27:20||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoEpisode Three: Humour||Verity's (Asher Keddie) boss, Jason (Stephen Curry) springs a surprise that fails to create the impression he was hoping for. Richard (Louis Corbett) hosts a dinner for two with his crush, Lucy (Eva Lazzaro). It could be the perfect night if only his family don't interfere.||27:11||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoEpisode Four: Opposites||A chance meeting on a bus allows country girl Jessica (Kate McLennan) to spend some time with Sri Lankan Muslim Ashraf (Nazeem Hussein) as they discover they have much more in common than they would ever have guessed. Meanwhile, Zara (Kate Ritchie) and Eve (Nadine Garner) struggle to find common ground on their set-up date.||26:59||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoEpisode Five: Rebound||Single father Hugo (Shane Jacobson) reluctantly agrees to a set up date with his sister's nanny, the carefree and breezy Camilla (Pia Miranda). Shopping centre workers Winston (Ronny Chieng) and Manda (Emily Taheny) may or may not be ready to move on from their previous relationships.||26:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoEpisode Six: Impressions||Wallflower Vicky (Sophie Lowe) finally lands a date with her crush, the extremely confident Ben (Ryan Shelton). Health fanatic Virginia (Jess Harris) takes a chance with an extrovert and life of the party Kane (Dan Wyllie).||27:11||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||VideoEpisode Seven: Sex||Radio jock, The Pig (Lawrence Mooney) gets a shock when he meets a young fan, Sam (Sophie Cusworth). Octogenarian Josie (Jackie Kelleher) offers Doug (Ron Jacobson) an unexpected proposition.||27:19||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||VideoEpisode Eight: Age||Med student Alison (Heidi Valkenburg) tries to keep her expectations in check while on a date with fellow med student Michael (Peter Rowsthorn). Will age spoil any chance of a meaningful relationship between Englishman John (Ross Noble) and widower Don (Ian Smith)?||26:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Every episode is pure gold. I am completely in love with this show.
Hilarious with a large helping of heart.
I couldn't recommend this show highly enough. This series of short stories presents relationships in a quirkily, natural and highly engaging way. i found myself connecting so easily and wholly with the characters and story lines that i didn't want it to end. And the star studded Aussie ensemble, was the icing on the cake. I hope to god ABC renews it for a second season.