TV series House Husbands begins filming season two
Channel Nine series House Husbands has begun shooting season two this week in Melbourne.
Starring Firass Dirani, Gary Sweet, Gyton Grantley and Rhys Muldoon, the series, created by Ellie Beaumont and Drew Proffitt, follows four stay-at-home dads and their families. Debuting on September 2, 2012, the first episode of House Husbands averaged a record-breaking 1.376 million viewers. It was announced House Husbands was renewed for a second season on 23 September 2012.
Returning to the series alongside the men are Julia Morris, Natalie Saleeba, Tim Campbell and Leah de Neise, plus Anna McGahan and Georgia Flood.
There will also be a number of new cast members joining the team, including guests Craig McLachlan (Rescue: Special Ops), Madeline West (Underbelly), Geraldine Turner (Home and Away) and Rick Donald (Underbelly: Razor).
Heads of Drama for the Nine Network, Jo Rooney and Andy Ryan, said: “We are thrilled to have House Husbands returning for a second season.
“With such a strong cast and some great names joining the series, we’re excited to be providing more fantastic local drama for our viewers.”
Executive Producer David Maher said: “It’s great that Australians have embraced the house husbands and their families and we’re looking forward to bringing another season of heart-warming Aussie drama to the screen.”