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BackBerner

Description: BackBerner was an Australian political satire sketch comedy television series, broadcast on and produced by ABC TV with Crackerjack Productions. The program was hosted by stand up comic Peter Berner and noted Australian character actor Louise Siversen. The series aired from 19 August 1999 to 14 November 2002. Wikipedia
Genre: ["Comedy"]
Year Released: 1999
Number of seasons: 2
Number of episodes: 26
First episode air date: October 13, 1999
Networks: American Broadcasting Company, ABC Television
Genres: Comedy, Satire, Sketch comedy
Nominations: Logie Award for Most Outstanding Comedy Program
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