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Pacific Heat

Pacific Heat is Australian Comedy TV series. Created by Santo Cilauro. Produced by FOXTEL. Stars: Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner, Rebecca Massey. It debuted on Nov 27, 2016, on The Comedy Channel. IMDb's user rating for the series is 5.6 *.


How Many Season Does Pacific Heat Have: 1 (13 episodes)

Season 2

The Comedy Channel

Season 1

Season premieres on November 27, 2016

Finale: March 5, 2017

The Comedy Channel, 13 episodes

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Pacific Heat Broadcast Time

Pacific Heat is on The Comedy Channel (Australia) Sundays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S1E13 (A Return to Evil) - Air Date: Mar 05, 2017 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

Pacific Heat Review: Netflix Animated Comedy Is No 'Archer' - IndieWire - by Indiewire

I know, I know. It’s early. And Foxtel may not give “Pacific Heat” the same budget as FX gave “Archer” back in the day. But what’s on screen just doesn’t cut the mustard these days. There’s barely any dimensionality within the frame, characters look too similar, and the expressions are so neutral they rely on the actors to sell a lot of the emotion through their voice work. “Archer” has always been appealing while pushing the boundaries of what it can do.

Want to invest your hard-earned time in a low-grade James Bond? Try 'Pacific Heat' - The Michigan Daily - via Michigandaily

The jokes are mostly obvious, as is characteristic of the average comedy pilot. The comedic template the show establishes is not inviting or warm, but rather too eager to traffic in uncomfortably stereotypical Asian jokes and exaggerated accents. The characters are thinly sketched (literally) and unconvincing. Prickly, in-your-face comedy is possible and necessary, but so is audience empathy.

Netflix Looks To Australia For Its New Adult Series 'Pacific Heat' - Cartoon Brew - according to Cartoonbrew

And the other challenge was that I’m so used to worrying about different accents and which part of the world they come from and which part of an individual country they come from, but the best part is once you animate the voice it’s like a magic trick. The voice becomes twice as much like the animation as it does in the audio studio. I reckon there’s a couple of my voices that were supposed to be separated by a thousand miles but they sounded like they were in the same zip code. But when they were animated they looked like they were in different universes.


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