No Activity Season 2 confirmed by Stan for 2016

Angus Kidman 15 December 2015


Out-takes and extra footage from the improvised police comedy are also being released.

Streaming Internet TV services haven't commissioned many Australian productions, which makes it doubly pleasing when one of them does well enough to warrant a second series.

Stan executives have confirmed that a second season of its excellent improvisational police comedy No Activity will be produced in 2016. Out-takes and extended footage from the first series, which stars Patrick Brammel, Darren Gilshenan and Genevieve Morris, along with a hilarious guest appearance from Tim Minchin, are also due to be released on Stan within the next month. The series debuted on Stan in October and has received generally positive reviews. We really can't recommend it highly enough.

Stan has also issued the first teaser video for its first Australian drama project, a movie based on the Wolf Creek horror franchise. Original movie star John Jarratt has returned for the series as Mick Taylor, though he doesn't show up in this clip. Wolf Creek is also due to debut on Stan in 2016. If you don't want to wait that long, check out our Internet TV Finder to see what's on offer across all the main streaming services in Australia.

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