Foxtel and Network Ten today announced that two new households will be joining the hit local production Gogglebox Australia when season 3 premieres on Foxtel’s The LifeStyle Channel on Wednesday, 6 April at 7.30pm and on TEN on Thursday, 7 April at 8.30pm.
The three generations of women in the Silbery family bring a wealth of life experiences, personality and opinion every time they sit down to watch the telly together.
Great grandma Emily or “Emmie” models herself on Dame Judi Dench but is young at heart and likes to keep the other ladies of the house on their toes. Mum Kerry has a straight-talking no-nonsense attitude to life and is thriving as a middle-aged single. Daughter Isabelle is a stay-at-home mum who loves politics and current affairs but there’s no denying that reality TV is her guilty pleasure. These three women are close and relish each other’s company, but it won’t stop them from playfully pushing each other’s buttons more often than not.
Housemates Zina and Vivian are old high school acquaintances who have lived together for almost three years. With hectic professional and social lives, these self-proclaimed “reality TV addicts” enjoy nothing more than relaxing in front of the TV together at the end of the day. They have love-hate relationships with shows like The Real Housewives of Melbourne and The Bachelor Australia and love putting their own “judges” hats on for shows like MasterChef Australia, My Kitchen Rules and The Voice. With big personalities and strong opinions, these two are sure to spark some interesting conversations.
Returning to Gogglebox Australia this season will be vivacious friends and housemates, Angie and Yvie; best mates and larrikins with a thirst for life, Adam and Symon; bubbly Greek best friends, Anastasia and Faye; newly-engaged cocktail-loving couple Wayne and Tom; the sport-crazy Jackson family; the fun-loving and cricket-mad Delpechitra family; the Indigenous art dealers, Mick and Di; the close-knit Dalton family; and the happily married for over 30 years couple, Lee and Keith.
The Kidd family has decided to watch less TV this year and will not be returning to Gogglebox from their lounge room.