Five Bedrooms Season 2
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About Five Bedrooms
Five different people at different times of their lives bond at a wedding after being seated together at the singles table. After a few too many drinks, the solution to all of their problems seems to be buying a five-bedroom house together. After losing their first communal home at an auction, season two finds this one-of-a-kind family house hunting once again, believing they have prevailed as a unique collective.
During season one, the five singles meet at, of all places, the singles’ table at a wedding. After several bottles of champagne, they decide to pitch in and buy a house together. Five singles buy a house together – what could go right? It’s a grand social experiment with one glaring problem: they’ll have to actually live with each other. All while journeying together through disasters, life-turning crises, and moments of love, joy and heartbreak.
After losing their first communal home at an auction, season two finds this one-of-a-kind family house hunting once again, believing they have prevailed as a unique collective. Although this was not what they had imagined for their lives, these five continue to endure the challenges of a new home, a DIY renovation, an injury, two pregnancies, an ex-husband, a workplace bullying complaint, and an unexpected tragedy where love will be lost and found.
Kat Stewart, Stephen Peacocke, Doris Younane, Katie Robertson, Roy Joseph and Hugh Sheridan return for season two as the heartwarming cast.
Created by Michael Lucas, Christine Bartlett, Leigh McGrath, Nathan Mayfield & Tracey Robertson, FIVE BEDROOMS is produced by Hoodlum Entertainment with assistance from Film Victoria. Nathan Mayfield and Tracey Robertson serve as executive producers alongside co-executive producers and writers Michael Lucas and Christine Bartlett. The series is co-funded by Sky Studios, Network Ten and Screen Australia.
New Season Streaming Thursday, August 19 on Peacock. All eight episodes will drop at once.