What happened to Housos?
Housos was released. In May 2020, a third season was announced to be airing on 7mate titled “Housos vs Virus: The Lockdown” and centred around how the characters dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic, which premiered on 26 October 2020.
Where can I watch Housos 2021?
Currently you are able to watch “Housos” streaming on 7plus, SBS On Demand for free with ads.
What does Housos mean?
A resident of public housing
Noun. houso (plural housos) (Australia, slang) A resident of public housing.
Where is Housos filmed?
Housos, an Australian satirical comedy series screened on SBS in 2011, poked fun at the lives of low-income earners living in public housing in the fictional suburb of Sunnyvale. Predictably, it was filmed in Mount Druitt.
Does Povo mean poor?
noun 1. a person who is poor: They can’t afford to go – they’re real povos. –adjective 2. poor, or befitting a poor person: povo clothes.
How do you spell Houso?
Housos is a Logie Award-winning Australian comedy television series created by Paul Fenech for SBS, that screened on SBS One.
Who are the actors in the TV show Housos?
Housos: With Paul Fenech, Elle Dawe, Kevin Taumata, Vanessa Davis. The series is a satirical parody of Australian residents, who are living in Housing Commission public housing.
What is Housos?
as Bikie … Housos tells the not-so-epic stories of Shazza, Dazza, Franky and Kylie – four best mates from down on the block. Sure, they drink away their problems, they might even have frequent domestics but down on the block it’s all for one and one for all.
Who is the creator of Housos TV series?
Paul Fenech, creator of the outrageous Australian comedies Pizza and Swift and Shift Couriers, brings the satirical degenerates of his latest television series Housos- the controversial program that pokes fun at life in the fictional housing commission suburb of Sunnyvale- to the big screen.
Who are the Housing Commission Housos?
Franky, Shazza, Dazza, Kev and Vanessa are the Housos of the Housing Commission. Lifelong unemployed bludgers they are entirely reliant on government pensions to support their way of life.