Sunday, June 21, 2020

COMEDY SATURDAY: ABC SETS WILL SASSO'S SITCOM UNITED WE FALL FOR JULY! RAMS AUSTRALIAN COMEDY TRAILER WITH SAM NEILL, MICHAEL CATON, MIRANDA RICHARDSON

   'UNITED WE FALL'
GETS A JULY AIRING DATE
Here is something else we will be able to watch this summer: although rumours said ABC would probably save it for the barren Autumn TV
United We Fall launches July 15th
landscape, they've given their new multi camera sitcom UNITED WE FALL a July 15th start date, which is Wednesday nights. It will premiere with two back to back episodes which will also be available next day on Hulu. Parenting can be tough. Throw some overzealous extended family members into the mix and chaos will undoubtedly ensue for Will Sasso, Christina Vidal Mitchell, Guillermo Diaz and Jane Curtin who lead the cast.

  They Got This! Almost!
The profoundly realistic family sitcom follows the trials and tribulations of Jo and Bill, parents of two young kids, as they try to make it day to day as a functioning family. Bill’s very judgmental live-in mother and Jo’s large Latinx
The series was originally prepared for 2019 season
Catholic family will never hesitate to let our couple know they’re seemingly screwing up, but Bill and Jo will always have each other’s backs, united against everyone – other parents, teachers, doctors, specialists, coaches, co-workers and especially their kids.



   'RAMS' TRAILER
NEW SAM NEILL MOVIE COMEDY
Rams will soon hit the cinemas in Oz
And since we are making it a comedy day today, check out the trailer and posters for Australian flick RAMS starring Sam Neill, Michael Caton and  Miranda Richardson. Coming soon to cinemas, it is set in remote Western Australia, where two estranged brothers, Colin (Sam Neill) and Les (Michael Caton), are at war. Raising separate flocks of sheep descended from their family’s prized bloodline, the two men work side by side yet are worlds apart. When Les’s prize ram is diagnosed with a rare and lethal illness, authorities order a purge of every sheep in the valley. While Colin attempts to stealthily outwit the powers that be, Les opts for angry defiance. But can the warring brothers set aside their differences and have a chance to reunite their family, save their herd, and bring their community back together?

12 comments:

  1. "Rams" looks like the quintessential Australian movie, I must say!

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    1. Our most favourite kind! We do ever so love everything Australian!

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  2. Neither one's my cup of tea, but then again, I have so much to watch... Love, Victor and the new seasons of Good Girls, Songland while finally finishing 13 Reasons Why.

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    1. Seems like you are a very young man, I thought you were a mature hunk for some reason LOL I will give United We Fall a go as I've always thought Will Sasso was cute as button.

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  3. This makes me appreciate my privacy! I'm not sure I could handle someone else living with us, especially my own mother.

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    1. In my country they almost always live with us, even the grandparents LOL

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    2. Really? I hope they aren't as judgmental as my family! I spent two hours with my family on Saturday and they made about 1000 comments to make up for the 3 months without them. LOL

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    3. What can I tell you, I'm constantly on pills because of my family. I'd leave and go to another side of Earth if I could.

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  4. United We Fall is one I think we'll enjoy. We will be thankful that our family is not living under our roof because we'd surely go mad then. I'm sorry you have to deal with yours daily. I imagine you have some good liquors stashed away for when they get to be too much to handle.

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    1. The sad thing is I don't have any benefits from mine, most families have benefits from grandma who cooks lunch for the family, grandpa who plants veggies for the family, moma who is crafty, daddy who is handy, I've never had any of that, sadly. Just traumas and lifelong mental garbage to live with LOL

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    2. If it makes you feel any better, I didn't know my paternal grandparents as they died before I was born. Maternal grandma was a good woman, but very religious and would rather spend time at church or helping the less fortunate than make time for her grandkids (unless they were in distress and she could swoop in and save the day). Grandpa was always uncomfortable around the granddaughters, but had no problem with the grandsons taking them out to do things. I didn't know my dad until I was 10, and even then he rather would have been at work or playing bingo than make time for me. And mom, well, she did the best she could even though it often wasn't enough. I'd say you and I didn't have ideal upbringings, but somehow I think that made us stronger, better people than most. We didn't fail because of their shortcomings, but thrived in spite of them.

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    3. Yes, but it was a very thin line between us failing and not failing LOL I guess we realized very early that all depends on us and that nobody would shed a tear if we fail, so we just had to fight, there was no other option. And failing is for me an embarrassment so it is not acceptable.

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