7.4/101 Votes Alchetron
Directed by Esben Storm
Original language(s) English
First episode date 9 June 2007
Number of seasons 1
Genre Comedy / Family Drama
Country of origin Australia
No. of seasons 1
Final episode date 18 August 2007
Number of episodes 13
|Starring Zoe Ventoura
Network Special Broadcasting Service
Cast Zoe Ventoura, Raji James, Anh Do, George Kapiniaris, Maria Mercedes
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Kick episode 1 pt 1
Kick is an Australian television series that was first broadcast on 9 June 2007 on SBS TV. It is set in Brunswick in Melbourne, Australia. The series follows the adventures of wild twenty-something Miki Mavros who is forced to move back in with her Greek-Australian parents on Hope Street after a failed attempt to "make it big". Miki begins work as a secretary for suave Anglo-Indian Dr. Joe Mangeshkar, who has a girlfriend named Jan, and things spiral out of control. Miki manages a local neighbourhood soccer team, hence the series title Kick.
The show also follows the adventures of Miki's neighbours on Hope Street, including the Salim family, a Lebanese-Australian Muslim family with siblings Amen, Osama "Ozzie", Taghred and Layla. Amen is an aspiring businessman with questionable ethics. Osama is going through typical teenage angst and has a crush on Taghred's friend Tatiana. Taghred is an aspiring soccer star. Layla is a university student arranged to be married to Sharif, but everything changes when Layla falls for fellow fencer Jackie.
The first season of the show is available on DVD.
Layla and jackie kick pt 1
No official plans for a second season have been announced by SBS, but in an e-mail dated 8 October 2007 an SBS spokesperson wrote:
A second series of Kick is currently in development. At this stage no date has been set to screen the second series. However, we are pleased to inform you we do have the rights to repeat Kick series one. Currently no date has been set by us to re-screen it, but we expect to do so in approximately 8-12 months. Please keep an eye on the published TV guides or to our Whats On website for advanced notice of its transmission at: www.sbs.com.au/whatson.
As of 2015, no second series has been produced.