Rosehaven

Third Season of Rosehaven is ready to roll in Tasmania

June 17, 2018

The third season of the multi-award winning ABC and Sundance TV comedy series Rosehaven is set to start filming this week in Tasmania. Starring two of Australia’s famous comedians Luke McGregor (Utopia) and Celia Pacquola (Offspring), the third series finds workmates and best friends Daniel (McGregor) and Emma (Pacquola) as successful Rosehaven real estate agents. As […]

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DVD Review: Rosehaven Series One (Australia, 2016) is a funny comedy misadventure about two unlikely friends

December 29, 2016

Rosehaven is a comedy show that finds the funny in lots of things. It’s a fish-out-of-water comedy, a buddy comedy and a sitcom set in rural Australia. This eight-part series debuted on the ABC in 2016 and it was a hit with audiences. This is because it’s a funny show about two rather unlikely friends […]

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What We Learned Surviving The Writers’ Room At Bingefest

December 19, 2016

On paper, Bingefest’s Writers’ Room handily emerged as parhaps the most uncertain-yet-unmissable event on the weekend’s lineup (that doesn’t involve Shia LeBouf). Bringing together Community-creator Dan Harmon, Please Like Me’s Josh Thomas and Rosehaven co-creators Luke McGregor and Celia Pacquola under the guidance of Gretel Killeen to develop a concept for a TV show sounds […]

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Win a copy of Rosehaven Season 1 on DVD

December 6, 2016

Written and created by real-life best mates and comedians Luke McGregor (Luke Warm Sex, Utopia) and Celia Pacquola (Utopia, The Beautiful Lie), Rosehaven is a new eight-part comedy series set in rural Tasmania and now available to own this Christmas. Luke McGregor is Daniel McCallum, who returns to his rural Tasmanian hometown, Rosehaven, to help […]

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Tasmanian Comedy Series Rosehaven Starts Production

April 29, 2016

Production of ABC comedy series Rosehaven has begun in Tasmania. The creators and stars of the show are well-known Tasmanian comedians Luke McGregor (Luke Warm Sex, Utopia) and Celia Pacquola (Utopia,The Beautiful Lie). Tasmanians also feature prominently among the cast, which includes Tasmanian-based Kris McQuade, Anthony Morgan, Katie Robertson, and Noela Foxcroft, alongside mainlanders David Quirk […]

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