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“No Activity”: Australian TV Series Now Streaming on Hulu!

written by Quinzel Lee November 14, 2017
cast of Australian TV show No Activity

Gear up your Hulu queues once again, folks! We’ve got some more new content coming at you. Currently streaming on Hulu is a TV show called No Activity. The show is the original Australian version and is going to be shown in the U.S. for the first time. But you can only catch it on Hulu! Ironically, Australians aren’t able to watch the show as Hulu isn’t available in Austalia. Luckily, there are VPNs that allow you to get hulu for australia.

Based loosely on the biggest ever drug bust in Australian history, the day-to-day realities of cops and criminals are brought hilariously to life by some of Australia’s best comic actors.

The show premiered in Australia in 2015 and stars actors Patrick Brammall, Darren Gilshenan, and Genevieve Morris.

stars from No Activity austrailian tv show wearing button up shirts and ties

A review in The Australian says that the show is hilarious:

“I wanted to go out on a limb and declare this the funniest new comedy I’ve seen for years. But in fact it’s not really going out on a limb at all: that “No Activity” is hilarious will soon be apparent to everyone. It is the debut local production from streaming service Stan and, let’s a face it, all the more remarkable for being this funny and Australian… the concept for “No Activity” is a night-time police stake-out, with cops, crooks and radio dispatch officers anticipating a big methamphetamine shipment that never seems to arrive. Only idiotic conversations help to pass the time.”

The review continues to rave on No Activity‘s cast members. “The wonderful cast — Brammall, Darren Gilshenan, Genevieve Morris, Harriet Dyer, Dan Wyllie and David Field — delivers a largely improvised performance, something they clearly relish.”

So if you are up for a hilarious TV show where you can’t stop laughing, No Activity may be the show for you. You can catch complete seasons 1 and 2 on Hulu. Make it a night in!

What do you guys think? Will you be checking out this new show on Hulu? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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