Meet the new-look Nowhere Boys (and one Nowhere Girl)

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ABC3’s Nowhere Boys is doing a Skins, refreshing its juvenile cast with a new batch of teens.

5 new principals, including the first ‘Nowhere Girl’, are now filming a new season in Melbourne, picking up the storyline where several years later.

The cast includes Kamil Ellis (My Place, Bushwhacked!), William McKenna (Melbourne International Comedy Festival), Jordie Race-Coldrey (Oliver the Musical), Joe Klocek (Barracuda) and ‘Nowhere Girl’ Luca Sardelis (Barracuda, Sam Fox: Extreme Adventures).

Chris Oliver-Taylor, Managing Director, Matchbox Pictures, said of the new series: “Matchbox Pictures is incredibly excited to be able to bring Tony Ayres’ creation to life for a third series of Nowhere Boys. The franchise is such a huge international hit and with the exciting new cast supported by some of the finest creative talent in the country, we have no doubt that the third series will be just as exciting as series 1 and 2 for our audiences.”

Richard Finlayson, Director of Television, ABC, says: “Nowhere Boys has gone from strength to strength, capturing the imagination of young Australians and audiences around the world with each series, and picking up a slew of awards on the way. I’m thrilled that ABC, along with Matchbox Pictures, is continuing the program’s journey with this third instalment.”

Directing are Rowan Woods (The Kettering Incident, The Boys), Sian Davies (The Ex-PM, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries) and Nicholas Verso (Snake Tales, Boys In The Trees). Producer Beth Frey (Next Stop Hollywood, Dr Sarmast’s Music School) is joined by series creator and executive producer Tony Ayres (The Slap, Cut Snake, The Home Song Stories) and executive producer Michael McMahon (Next Stop Hollywood, The Slap). Writers include Giula Sandler, David Hannam, Kris Mrksa, Rhys Graham, Jessica Brookman and Marieke Hardy.

It will air later this year.

Season 3 begins when Luke (Kamil), a tech-nerd and Sci-Fi enthusiast, arrives for his first day at Bremin High. At first, everything appears to be tiresomely ordinary, but Luke soon learns nothing in Bremin is as it seems, and very quickly he finds himself thrust together with Heath (Joe), Nicco (Luca), and Jesse (Jordie) into a new Nowhere Boys adventure to save the town.

Series one and two of Nowhere Boys has won an impressive 17 awards since it began, including an International Emmy last month.

Nowhere Boys is produced by Matchbox Pictures and broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and financed by Screen Australia, the ABC and Film Victoria. The series is being sold internationally by NBCUniversal.

2 Comments:

  1. HardcorePrawn

    For those of us that are from the UK, and of a certain age, I’d imagine tuning into ‘Sam Fox: Extreme Adventures’ would be somewhat of a disappointment…

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