Most Popular Movies and TV Shows With Aaron Gocs
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1. The Merger (2018)
103 min | Comedy, Drama, Sport
Troy Carrington, a former professional football player returns to his country town after an abrupt end to his sporting career and is persuaded to coach the hapless local footy team, the Roosters.
2. True Story with Hamish & Andy (2017– )
Hamish & Andy sit down with everyday Australians who recount hilarious true stories that happened to them, with the events in the stories being recreated by Australian actors in filmed dramatisations.
3. The Ex-PM (2015–2017)
Ellen, a ghostwriter working for the ex-prime minister of Australia Andrew Dugdale, tries to immerse herself in the lives of the ex-pm, his family and associates in a vain attempt at writing his biography for him.
5. Comedy Showroom: Ronny Chieng - International Student (2016 TV Short)
28 min | Short, Comedy
The hilarious story of Ronny Chieng, a Malaysian student in Australia to study law. Only, making friends is not part of the curriculum.
6. Internment (2019)
10 min | Comedy
Internment is a six-part web series about two girls stuck in the internship from hell. That is, if hell was a trendy office where no one was doing anything or being paid. The girls are keen... See full summary »
7. About Tonight (2015–2016)
Filmed weekly from the C31 studios. Each week, a brand new host and a very different show. We're giving the late night studio keys to some of Australia's best up and coming comics to do with as they please. Who knows what will happen?
True Story with Hamish & Andy (2017– )
At 22, Lisa fell in love with John. But one morning, Lisa's dream becomes a nightmare, and how she escapes from this unbelievably true situation provides one of the most memorable stories of the season.
27 min | Comedy
Eric wants to ask Nicky out on a date, and Don books a music gig to break out of his image as a jingle writer. Sando's CFO, Tony, threatens to fire her if she doesn't come to the board ... See full summary »