10 has released a promo for its series of Taboo, first seen during Pilot Week last year.
Comedian Harley Breen will be back to tackle sensitive subjects, spending time with people who are terminally ill, people who have been victims of racism and people living with mental illness …and then turning it into a comedy routine before them.
Produced by Lune Media this is based on a Belgian format. An airdate is yet to be announced.
Across three new episodes, Harley invites guests away on holiday and continues the conversation on three confronting topics – death, racism and mental health.
He will spend time with people who are terminally ill, people who have been victims of racism and people living with mental illness.
Humour prevails as Harley listens to their stories and asks each person: “What’s funny, and what’s not?”
And, after their week away together, he writes a stand-up comedy routine about his four new friends, to perform in front of them, their friends and family.
Taboo showcases candid and intimate stories through a unique blend of human interest and comedy.
In the words of Harley; “I’m not saying everything is funny, but there is funny in everything.” And he’s not wrong.