Class of ’07, a brand-new Australian series produced by Amazon Prime Video, will see actresses Caitlin Stasey, Emily Browning, and Megan Smart return to local screens.
The three actresses will be located in New South Wales while filming Class of ’07. Two of them have appeared in Australian soap operas.
Megan and Caitlin shared the news on social media this morning.
“I am pumped to be a part of this crazy good, estrogen fueled a female-friendship love story. We’ve shot one week and yes our periods have already synced,” Megan joked on Instagram.
“I have to go now. My planet needs me,” Caitlin wrote, likely referring to her return home to film.
Class of ’07 is a ‘high-concept’ comedy series about three females who are attending their 10-year high school reunion when a catastrophic tidal wave strikes.
Caitlin, Emily, and Megan are among the women left to find a way to survive on the island peak of their high school campus without falling into a Lord of the Flies-style scenario.
Class of ’07 will be directed by Kacie Anning, an award-winning Australian director, and is one of 14 Australian Amazon Originals commissioned since 2910.
“I am excited to be underway on our all-female ensemble comedy, with our insanely talented cast and crew,” Kacie has said.
Caitlin gained her start on Australian television in the role of Rachel Kinski on Neighbours, which she played from 2005 to 2009. She left the show in 2008 to concentrate on her final high school examinations, and her last scenes aired early the following year.
She then went on to star in Tomorrow, When the War Began, and the critically acclaimed Australian series Please Like Me as Ellie Linton.
She was also cast as Kenna in the US series Reign, a re-imagining of the life of Mary Queen of Scots.
Megan, on the other hand, rose to prominence in the film The Secret Daughter, in which she co-starred with Jessica Mauboy.
She had roles in The Naked Wanderer and Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, before joining the cast of Home and Away for a brief stint in 2021.
Emily Browning has been working internationally since 2002 when she starred in Ghost Ship, a sequel to Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, which she followed up in 2004.
She’s appeared in the horror thriller The Uninvited, the action flick Sucker Punch, and the independent drama Sleeping Beauty since then. She was most recently seen in the series American Gods as Laura Moon.
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