Netflix's new comedy show brings jokes from the Land Down Under! Australian sketch group Aunty Donna released their series, Aunty Donna's Big Ol' House of Fun, on the streaming service this month.
The Melbourne-based group, comprised of comedians Mark Samual Bonanno, Broden Kelly, and Zachary Ruane, is no stranger to the screen. The jokesters have already released four web series on their YouTube channel, which has about 322,000 subscribers and counting.
The rising stars also have a loyal base of over 13,000 active community members on Reddit. They joined YouTube in 2012, began a podcast in 2016, and four years later, Netflix wanted them. While Samuel, Broden, and Zachary are the comedy group's faces, they are not alone.
The fellows are accompanied by director and editor Max Miller, writer Sam Lingham, and composer Tom Armstrong. Together, the team created a show that is sure to have viewers cracking up. The series follows the three men as they live together in what is supposed to be a Los Angeles bungalow.
The first skit centers around their search for a new housemate and shows the actors meeting a series of ridiculous characters. Each episode has a different theme, and, as can be expected, the protagonists are always on absurd adventures. Netflix fans may be wanting more soon!