Always keen to view the latest and greatest in Australian TV, especially now when we feel like we have exhausted every last episode or movie on all of the streaming services! So when the SheSociety team heard that Australian series BLOOM was coming back to STAN for a second season, we couldn’t wait to get our hands on the first two episodes before it hit screens on April 9, today. Starring amazing Australian talent, Bryan Brown, Jackie Weaver, Phoebe Tonkin & Jacqueline McKenzie just to name a few, the second season of Bloom doesn’t disappoint in its weird and wonderful world of next-gen anti-ageing.
Season one had us hooked as we followed the storyline of Gwen & Ray who live in a small country town. Following a devastating flood which saw the deaths of many people in the regional community, flowers bloomed around the town that had life-altering berries attached to them which, when consumed, gave that person back at least thirty years worth of life. It saw people running all around town back in their youth! It made for some interesting storylines and some wholesome love stories to develop! Think ‘The Notebook’, Australian tv series style… already hooked!
Series two is set to have us guessing every episode as to how this is all going to play out. Watching the first episode of Season 2 of Bloom fills you with so much warmth and intrigue in its storyline it will keep you wanting more! Good news is… it is out today April 9 (TODAY) and you can sit on the couch with a big cup of tea and binge watch EVERY episode!
We highly suggest watching Series 1 first, you won’t understand Series 2 if you don’t indulge yourself first. You never know, you might even find yourself looking closer at the nature around you and what could possibly be the bloom of new life lying in a native berry in your own backyard. However, definitely DO NOT eat any plants that you find in your own backyard, unless you know they are non poisonous! 🙂
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