The second season of Hoodlum Entertainment’s Five Bedrooms will premiere on Paramount+ August 11 as the streaming service launches in Australia.

Kat Stewart, Stephen Peacocke, Doris Younane, Katie Robertson, Roy Joseph, Kate Jenkinson and Hugh Sheridan return, joined by new faces Daniel Lapaine and Josh McKenzie.

The second instalment sees a new home. A DIY renovation. A DIY renovation injury. Two pregnancies. An ex-husband. A workplace bullying complaint. An unexpected tragedy. Love found and love lost. 

Five Bedrooms is created by Michael Lucas and Christine Bartlett. Andy Walker is the series producer and the scripts are by Lucas, Bartlett, Mithila Gupta and Xavier Coy.

Peter Templeman is the set-up director, working with Fadia Abboud and Shirley Barrett.

Five Bedrooms is supported by Screen Australia and Film Victoria.

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  1. I will be disgusted if 5 Bedrooms does not show on free to air television. People are doing it tough and for a show of this calibre to be showing by subscription only is totally unfair. Shame on you Channel 10. Big switch OFF for me.

  2. Yes very disappointed that 5 bedrooms going to a streaming service. We loved the first series and have been waiting for the second series. Shame on channel 10 out for the quick buck again. They obviously not interested in the ratings on free to air.

    1. A brilliant series, very disappointing that season two is not available on free to air.
      I feel like we are all being pushed into joining one or more of these paid TV things if we want to watch anything at all entertaining.
      Very unfair as not everyone can justify any more expense during these tough times. Shame, shame, shame !!!!

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