Most Popular Movies and TV Shows With Mikey Robins
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1. Bondi Rescue (2006– )
30 min | Documentary, Drama, Reality-TV
Harry loses his cool with 3 swimmers that he's forced to rescue just seconds after warning them not to swim in a dangerous area. However, calling them "imbeciles" and "idiots" puts him in hot water.
2. Young Einstein (1988)
PG | 91 min | Comedy, History
Albert Einstein is the son of a Tasmanian apple farmer, who discovers the secret of splitting the beer atom to put the bubbles back into beer. When Albert travels to Sydney to patent his ... See full summary »
Votes: 8,085 | Gross: $11.54M
6. Big Brother Uncut (2001–2013)
60 min | Reality-TV
An Australian version to the popular reality TV show in which ordinary people must live together under the watchful eye of the TV cameras until only one remains. Naturally, with every room ... See full summary »
8. Mr. Squiggle and Friends (1959–1999)
Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Mr. Squiggle is a marionette with a pencil for a nose, who visits his friends from his home at 93 Crater Crescent on the Moon, flying in his pet rocket (named Rocket).
15. Dear Claudia (1999)
92 min | Adventure, Comedy, Romance
A romantic comedy about a lonely postman, a desperate hitchhiker, a gifted sculptor, an infatuated pilot, a blind a sailor, a street kid, a mistress, a miner, a butcher, two thieves and a ... See full summary »
20. Australia's Brainiest Kid (2004–2006)
60 min | Family, Game-Show
The Australian version of the British game show. From more than 5,000 children aged 11 and 12 who took the initial test, 48 were selected to appear in this series, with 12 appearing in each... See full summary »
21. Adam Hills in Gordon St Tonight (2011–2013)
dam Hills returns to Gordon Street in a unique take on the traditional tonight show - with monologue, interviews and top musical acts, plus spontaneous and unpredictable interactions with the studio audience.
22. Stop Laughing... This Is Serious (2015–2017)
The series delves deeper into the defining moments of Australian comedy and how they shaped our comedic voice. Our comedic characters often say more about us than the real world ever can.