I’ll start by confessing that Tim Minchin has done nothing. NOTHING for me in his fairly long and, largely, highly succesful career, so when it was suggested I watch this I doubted I’d get past episode one.
How wrong could I have been?
By the end of episode eight, binged in two days, the tears rolled down my cheeks.
It’s bawdy, ballsy, rude, ridiculous, hilarious, breathtaking, touching, sincere and is based on a largely unpredictable storyline that twists and turns like a Tasmanian Devil.
It also features a stand out, frankly equal footing, performance by 19 year old Australian actress, Milly Alcock, remember that name, she’s the next Margot Robbie.
A truly excellent TV series, right up there with Succession, Fleabag and Chernobyl as my favourites of 2019.