Go Girls is a series with heart - a contemporary fairy tale about a group of friends in their 20s who decide to try and take some control over their lives in an otherwise rather random universe.
It’s a character-driven romantic comedy/drama where our characters are often their own worst enemies, but where friends can usually be relied on to support each other through the tough times and help celebrate the good.
But now that Amy, Britta, Brad, Cody and Kevin have successfully negotiated their way through the minefield of their 20s, it’s time for them to move on and for us to introduce a whole new cast of characters.
Yes, that’s right. We’re talking about a whole new group of characters for an audience to get to know and love…
The new cast includes:
• Shara Connolly reprising her role as Candy, the opportunistic bottle blonde who has inspired an entire “I Hate Candy” Facebook page. Given her current popularity, how can she ever turn this around? Especially when Ted is convinced she’s a witch.
• George Mason (Shortland Street, Tangiwai) is series narrator Ted, a down-to-earth landscape gardener and cruisy dude. Well, he was until the witch and an angel come back into his life on the very same day.
• Tai Berdinner-Blades (Home By Christmas) plays Bennie, Ted’s warm-hearted sister. She is currently terminally unemployed, and in desperate need of a bridesmaid’s frock for her best friend’s wedding.
• Newcomer JJ Fong plays Alice, a nerd princess who’s about to be married to her long term fiance. But a string of disasters that happen definitely aren’t on Alice’s wedding list.
• Leon Wadham (Under The Mountain) is Levi, Ted’s best friend and flatmate who works in events management. Smart and confident, his life is pretty much perfect. But not for long
Go Girls series 5 is the same brand, with a new cast and new quests. Get set for a big year ahead.
CANDY SHARA CONNOLLY
TED GEORGE MASON
BENNIE TAI BERDINNER-BLADES
ALICE JJ FONG
LEVI LEON WADHAM
CREATED BY RACHEL LANG & GAVIN STRAWHAN
PRODUCED BY BRITTA HAWKINS & CHRIS BAILEY
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