The series is centred on digital natives Casey and Belle who live together in the big smoke.
He’s a gay Aboriginal influencer, she’s an Aboriginal budding lawyer. They are the hottest friendship in town and the party is always at theirs.
Life couldn’t get sweeter for these first-generation rich kids. But when their ‘burn book’ wall, where they’ve listed all their friends as racists, is discovered, they are suddenly ousted from the friendship group.
The pair need to make a decision on who and what they are willing to lose to finally grow up.
Episode 1: Cancelled
Casey and Belle are the hottest and most popular people of their friendship group. But when their friends discover their "burn book wall" that calls them all racist with receipts, Casey and Belle find themselves cancelled.
Episode 2: Oh-chella
Casey and Belle ask Casey's parents for money to go to Coachella, in order to capitalise on their newfound fame as "racist slayers". Belle faces her mother, who is distraught that her daughter put her on the wall.
Episode 3: Decolonising the Firm
Belle starts her internship and is hired as the Reconciliation Action Plan Officer with the task to decolonise the law firm. Casey appoints himself elder in residence and uses the company credit card to start closing the gap.
Episode 4: Positive Influence
Belle is upset that Celia hasn't invited her to her house party. Casey has bigger problems. Though he's hired an intern personal assistant, he's still very flustered about his appearance at the Social Influencer Convention.
Episode 5: All My Friends are Cancelled
Casey and Belle have broken up and are leading separate lives. When Casey realises that he needs Belle in his life, it's a race against time to find her before she assimilates into "white" lifestyle.
- Davey Thompson - Casey
Tuuli Narkle - Belle & Nicole
Elizabeth Cullen - Celia
Amelia Pitcher - Sammie
Jens Radda - Latham
Leah Purcell - Justice Janelle
Damion Hunter - Johnny
Thomas Weatherall - Luke
Lisa Kay - Linda
Glace Chase - Miranda
Beatrice Ward - Barbara
Winnie Mzembe - Jojo
Wollie Gela - Liam
Pocket - Pocket (the dog)
Iain Gardiner - homeless man
Merryn Trescott - waitress
Enoch Mailangi - gimp man
- Release dates
- August 2021 - Australia
- MA 15+ - Mature accompanied
- Extreme Music
Written by 21-year old university student Enoch Mailangi, a budding television writer from the Bwgcolman people of Palm Island.
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