Starting Wednesday 27th April, ABC TV’s Comedy Showroom launches six new comedy pilots made by some of Australia’s most exciting comedians, comedy writers, producers and directors.
But viewers won’t have to wait each week for the latest pilot to be unleashed, with all of the pilots being made available to watch on ABC iview straight after the Comedy Showroom premiere.
Further to this, and in a network and Australian television first, we want our audience to tell us which pilots they think should come back as full TV series. Simply by clicking through from iview, our audience will have the opportunity to provide their feedback by answering a few quick questions or just by telling us what they like and don’t like.
So which pilots will our audience gravitate to? Which will they laugh at most? And which will they blast with criticism or want to see more of?
Will it be Ronny Chieng sharing his experiences as an International Student; Eddie Perfect’s absurd suburban life in The Future Is Expensive; The Katering Show’s Kate McLennan hitting rock bottom in life and love in her and Kate McCartney’s Bleak; Lawrence Mooney discovering what it takes for a 40-something-year-old man to finally grow up in Moonman; the desperate attempts of a deadbeat weed dealer to win his new neighbour’s affections in hot WA comedy team Mad Kids’ The Legend of Gavin Tanner; or Alison Bell’s struggles as a new mum in an oddball mothers’ group in The Letdown (produced by The Chaser’s Julian Morrow).
Ronny Chieng: International Student - Wednesday April 27th at 9pm
The Letdown - Wednesday May 4th at 9pm
The Legend of Gavin Tanner - Wednesday May 11th at 9pm
The Future is Expensive - Wednesday May 18th at 9pm
Bleak - Wednesday May 25th at 9pm
Moonman - Wednesday June 1st at 9pm