Metro Sexual, Australia’s first sitcom led by LGBTQ characters, will come to North American audiences starting Sept. 1.
The mockumentary-style series will begin streaming in America on Crackle, OUTtvGo and Prime Channels in Canada. Metro Sexual, co-created by Henry Boffin, Riley Nottingham and Nicholas Kraak, follows a couple of Metropolitan Sexual Health doctors and their different days at clinic. When threatened with the clinic’s potential closing, two doctors much prove their worth and save their workspace.
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“I am thrilled we are able to bring Metro Sexual to an American and Canadian audience and have found our home with Crackle and OUTtv. It’s such a hoot to play in the wild world of sexual health and hopefully Steph, Langdon and their crazy clinic can bring some much-needed laughter to the world,” said Nottingham.
Metro Sexual, starring Nottingham and Geraldine Hickey, is a Humdrum Comedy production released in collaboration with Australia’s 9Go! and 9Now. Screen Australia, in association with Film Victoria, produced the series.
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