Angry Boys

angry-boys2Production has commenced on the new series from the hilarious Australian writer and actor Chris Lilley.

The untitled series, which is a co-production between ABC in Australia and HBO in the US with BBC Three on board as well, is the first from Lilley since Angry Boys and follows We Can Be heroes and Summer Heights High.

ABC1 Channel Controller, Brendan Dahill, says: “Chris and the Princess Pictures team have consistently proved that they know how to deliver quality content. ABC1 is proud to once again bring a new Chris Lilley series to air in a new era of TV where audiences consume television in so many different ways, as was demonstrated by the outstanding success Angry Boys enjoyed across multiple platforms.” Continue reading »

Chris Lilley has confirmed today that he will have a new mockumentary series out next year.

The Australian told UK website Digital Spy that while details of his new project can’t be revealed at the moment, it will be similar to his previous series We Can be Heroes, Summer Heights High and Angry Boys.

“I’m well underway with a new project and I’m keeping it a bit of a secret and under wraps for now. It’s along the same lines as my other shows We Can Be Heroes, Angry Boys and Summer Heights High,” Lilley said.

“It’s a mockumentary style and I’ll play the characters. It’s looking really cool. That should be on the BBC next year hopefully. I don’t control when they put it on, but that’s when we want it to happen. Continue reading »

Angry Boys creator Chris Lilley has had his Facebook privileges revoked after posting a “sneaky nuts” photo of a fan on his page.

The Australian comedian tweeted that he had been ”banned from Facebook cause [sic] someone reported a nuts pic”.

Lilley’s comedy series Angry Boys features his characters of Nathan and Daniel taking part in what they call “sneaky nuts”, which is exposing your genitals in an otherwise normal photo. Continue reading »

Monday November 7 @ 9pm

Still living on the family farm in Dunt, identical twins Daniel and Nathan Sims, who appeared in Chris Lilley’s We Can Be Heroes, are back. Joining the boys in the series are four new characters; former surfing world champion Blake Oakfield; S.mouse a U.S. rapper famous for having produced the biggest selling hip-hop single of all time; Japanese mother Jen Okazaki, a shrewd businesswoman, she also manages her son’s skateboarding career; and Juvenile Justice Centre for Boys officer Ruth Sims, aka Gran.

Tune in to the NZ premiere of Angry Boys Mondays @ 9pm

COMEDY CENTRAL – Monday 7 November, 9pm

Still living on the family farm in Dunt, identical twins Daniel and Nathan Sims, who appeared in Chris Lilley’s We Can Be Heroes, are back. Joining the boys in the series are four new characters; former surfing world champion Blake Oakfield; S.mouse a U.S. rapper famous for having produced the biggest selling hip-hop single of all time; Japanese mother Jen Okazaki, a shrewd businesswoman, she also manages her son’s skateboarding career; and Juvenile Justice Centre for Boys officer Ruth Sims, aka Gran. Tune in to the New Zealand premiere of Angry Boys, Mondays at 9pm.