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The Commons

Title

The Commons

Year released

2019

Genres

Australian Television, Drama, Sci-Fi

Classification

M
Mature themes, Violence, Coarse language

Synopsis

Set in a gripping vision of the near future, THE COMMONS is an absorbing character-driven relationship drama and a story about motherhood as the ultimate act of faith in humanity.

Seasons

  • Extras
  • Season 1
  • Trailers

Cast and crew

  • David Lyons
  • Joanne Froggatt
  • Damon Herriman
  • Ryan Corr
  • Rupert Penry-Jones
  • John Waters
Set in a climate-crisis-devastated Sydney, The Commons is a Stan original production, with the action taking place in the near future. Yet, the way in which the show portrays the effects that climate change has on the country and its inhabitants is not implausible. It seems uncomfortably real.

That’s just the backdrop, as The Commons is all about the characters and the decisions they have to make during these uncertain times. A gripping drama from start to finish, it’s sure to give viewers plenty to think about.

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