The Family Law
The Family Law is Australian Drama TV series. Created by Benjamin Law. Produced by Matchbox Pictures. Stars: Trystan Go, Bethany Whitmore, Takaya Honda. It premiered on Jan 14, 2016, on SBS. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.3 *. Won the CGA Award, SPA Award, The Equity Award.
How Many Season Does The Family Law Have: 3 (18 episodes)
|Season 4|| |
|Season 3|| |
Season premieres on January 12, 2019
Finale: January 26, 2019
SBS, 6 episodes
|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on June 15, 2017
Finale: July 20, 2017
SBS, 6 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2016, SBS, 6 episodes
The Family Law is on SBS (Australia) Saturdays at 8 pm
Season 3 Episode 5 (Panic Stations) - Air Date: Jan 26, 2019 (6 months ago)
The Family Law's Ben Law Tells B&T About His Upcoming SBS Sitcom - B&T Marketing & Media - per Bandt
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Inside Series 2 Of The Family Law - SBS - per Sbs
What we’ve made in series two is a portrait of a family doing their best to find their place in the world, to reinvent and redefine themselves, and discovering in the process that change can be monumentally hard, whether you’re a kid, teenager or adult. Welcome back to the Law Family v2.0.
The Family Law TV review (SBS) - Daily Review - according to Dailyreview
Both reinvent the adolescent years of a likable Chinese-Australian personality and explore puberty from the perspective of a youngster aspiring to achieve fame or notoriety, or simply to impress people, with a kosher approach more earnest than showy. Both even shoehorn their real-life inspirations in for cameo appearances.
The Family Law: When the real Laws came face to face with the pretend Laws - Sydney Morning Herald - by Smh
"As much as we're not positioning it as an Asian show – it's an Australian comedy about family and about divorce – it doesn't escape me the significance of seeing so many Asian faces on screen because I certainly didn't see that growing up."