The cast and crew of the upcoming ABC comedy series "Angry Boys" descended upon the beachside town of Torquay, Australia for filming this week. The main street, beaches and surrounding bush land are all being used as locations. More than 200 local residents are enlisted as extras and play small roles in the series.
"We’ve been shooting the show since November 2009," said show creator and star Chris Lilley, "and most of the series has been on closed sets, so to be out in the public is very exciting."
Shooting in a mockumentary style, "Angry Boys" explores what it means to be a 21st century boy by closely examining the male species
Lilley said in a statement that he was looking forward to showing the new 12-part, half-hour TV series in the near future. “There will be new characters and lots of surprises for the audience,” he said. “And I’m really excited about having a longer-running series to work with.”
"Angry Boys" is being shot in Australia and England. The show is being co-produced by ABC, USA, and HBO networks in association with the BBC, a first. The show will premiere in Australia. ABC has yet to announce when "Angry Boys" will air in America.