Screen Australia Gives 'Flunk' Season Three The Green Light

Written by Staff Writers
Category: TV & Film Published: Tuesday, 07 July 2020 15:52

Screen Australia has announced production funding for a new season of the YouTube series 'Flunk'.

The first two seasons gained more than 20 million views.

'Flunk' follows shy 16-year-old Ingrid as she explores her sexuality and identity.

This series sees Ingrid prioritising her own happiness after recovering from a suicide attempt, but she struggles when she develops feelings for the same girl as her best friend Brayden.

Writer/director Ric Forster ('Neighbours') and producer Melanie Rowland are joined by writers Mekelle Mills ('Zoe.Misplaced'), Phoebe Williams, Helen Le and Luke McCarthy.

Check out the first two seasons of 'Flunk' here.

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