Filming begins on Fisk S3

Kitty Flanagan returns to the world of wills & probates with Julia Zemiro, Marty Sheargold & Aaron Chen.

Filming has commenced on the third six-part season of Kitty Flanagan’s hit comedy Fisk for ABC.

Returning cast include Julia Zemiro, Marty Sheargold and Aaron Chen. As with the two previous seasons, each episode will guest star some of the best in the comedy business as they navigate their way through the world of wills and probate.

Kitty Flanagan says “I’m delighted to be back in the brown suit and on set with all of my favourite funny people. This is such a fun show to make and we have got our fingers crossed that everyone loves it.”

ABC Head of Scripted, Rachel Okine says “Fisk has become such a beloved character on our screens, both in Australia and now also around the world, we cannot wait to unleash another much-anticipated season onto ABC’s audiences”.

VicScreen CEO, Caroline Pitcher says “We are proud to continue supporting the award-winning comedy Fisk for a third season. This series has proven that unique, Australian comedy can truly crack-up audiences not just here in Australia, but also internationally. I’m looking forward to delighting in more of the adventures of Helen Tudor-Fisk and her enviable sense of fashion.”

Since 2021 Fisk has won a string of accolades including back-to-back Silver Logies for Most Popular Actress on television, AACTA Award for Best Comedy Performer, Best Narrative Comedy Series, Screen Producers Award for Best Comedy Series, and Best Series in the Comedy Competition at Series Mania, France.

Fisk season 3 will air later in 2024 on ABC.

Helen (Kitty Flanagan) is now a name partner at Gruber & Fisk which means new responsibilities and pressures, largely due to Ray (Marty Sheargold) having other things taking up his time. Things like his new (age-appropriate) lady love and her “fashion psychologist” business. Meanwhile Roz (Julia Zemiro) has a midlife crisis, Viktor (Glenn Butcher) resigns as Roz’s assistant and George (Aaron Chen) jumps ship to work for Conch Mediation. On the home front, Helen has finally moved out into a place of her own. But true to form she soon gets her new neighbour offside. And in an ironic twist, Helen and Viktor become the stereotypical, over-emotional, irrational, bickering family members when Dad (John Gaden) decides to update his will.

Production credit: An Origma 45 production for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Developed and produced with the assistance of VicScreen. Written by Kitty Flanagan and Penny Flanagan. Directed by Kitty Flanagan and Tom Peterson. Produced by Vincent Sheehan and Nicole Minchin. Executive Producer Greg Sitch. ABC Executive Producers: Todd Abbott and Brett Sleigh.

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  1. My personal favourite comedy. Wish it was more than 6 episodes per series too, but I’ll take what they offer. Kitty, Julia, Marty and ‘Webmaster’ Aaron are the best in the business. Scripted comedy at its best.

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