Shows You Might Have Missed: Sisters
A death-bed confession turns life upside down for three Melbourne women, when they discover they all share the same biological father in Sisters.
Between changing her ailing father’s bedpan and trying to maintain something resembling a love life, only-child Julia’s personal life isn’t all that exciting.
But when that father, former fertility specialist and Nobel prize winner Julius, reveals that during his much-celebrated career he was actually using his own sperm to impregnate his patients, things get a lot more complicated.
Realising that he could have potentially fathered hundreds of children, Julia decides to reach out to her possible siblings – finding that she has dozens of brothers but just two sisters: troubled children’s TV presenter Roxy and uptight lawyer Edie.
With all three women still reeling from Julius’s revelation, Sisters follows the trio as they learn to love the new members of their family.
Starring Antonia Prebble (Outrageous Fortune), R Maria Angelico (Wentworth), and Australian Broadway star Lucy Durack, this funny, feelgood, female led drama will remind you that family is what you make it.