“Fisk” has been added to the Netflix offering in Australia and around the world.
The show was written by and stars Kitty Flanagan. It originated on the ABC and has run for two six-episode seasons.
In Australia, it is now forming part of the streaming giant’s “Winter Warmers” collection, which is a curated list of local and international content, including “Wellmania“, “Kath & Kim” and “Emily in Paris“.
Flanagan said she is beyond excited that the show will now be on Netflix.
“Now whenever anyone asks, ‘Hey where can I watch your show?’ It’s simple. No downloading or explaining where to find some app. Just hit the Netflix button and “Fisk” yourself stupid” she said.
Netflix said “Fisk” is a “very different type of legal show”.
“Helen Tudor-Fisk is a socially inept solicitor forced to take a job specialising in wills and estates. The work itself is no problem. It’s the people. Helen struggles to deal with clients who are emotional, irrational and often unjustifiably entitled. Set in a suburban law firm where no one wears Spanx, “Fisk” is a very different type of legal show,” Netflix publicity said about the program.
“Fisk” will be available on Netflix around the world excluding The Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.