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OFFSPRING SERIES 3 continues to follow Nina’s struggle to deal with her fabulously messy family, her hunt for a decent love life and her tendency to over-think and fly off into fantasy. Her career delivering babies is full of surprises; her family life is never short of emergencies; and Nina is the person everyone turns to for help in the midst of their crises. Charting her way through the Proudman maelstrom, Nina must also navigate her way through the complex and confusing rules of love.

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Cast

Asher Keddie - Kat Stewart - Eddie Perfect - Deborah Mailman - John Waters - Lachy Hulme - Linda Cropper - Richard Davies

Production Details

Production Completion Date
2012
Genre
Drama
Production Company
Southern Star Entertainment Pty Ltd

Sales

Australian Sales
Endemol Worldwide Distribution
International Sales
Endemol Worldwide Distribution

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