Filming starts on Fisk series 3 | Kitty Flanagan returns

Filming starts on Fisk series 3

Kitty Flanagan returns

Filming has begun on the third six-part season of award-winning legal comedy Fisk, written by and starring  comic Kitty Flanagan.

Julia Zemiro, Marty Sheargold and Aaron Chen return to their roles, while each episode will feature guest stars from the American comedy scene.

Flanagan, who also co-directs the ABC series, said: ‘I’m delighted to be back in the brown suit and on set with all of my favourite funny people. This is such a fun show to make and we have got our fingers crossed that everyone loves it."

ABC head of scripted, Rachel Okine, added: ‘Fisk has become such a beloved character on our screens, both in Australia and now also around the world, we cannot wait to unleash another much-anticipated season on to ABC’s audiences.’

Fisk season ​3 will air later in 2024 on ABC TV and ABC iView, where the first two season are still streaming. The show has been sold internationally and airs on ITVX in the UK.

The description for the new season reads:

‘Helen (Kitty Flanagan) is now a name partner at Gruber & Fisk which means new responsibilities and pressures, largely due to Ray (Marty Sheargold) having other things taking up his time. Things like his new (age-appropriate) lady love and her "fashion psychologist" business. 

‘Meanwhile Roz (Julia Zemiro) has a midlife crisis, Viktor (Glenn Butcher) resigns as Roz’s assistant and George (Aaron Chen) jumps ship to work for Conch Mediation. On the home front, Helen has finally moved out into a place of her own. But true to form she soon gets her new neighbour offside. 

‘And in an ironic twist, Helen and Viktor become the stereotypical, over-emotional, irrational, bickering family members when Dad (John Gaden) decides to update his will.’

Published: 18 Apr 2024

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