Black Comedy


Season 2 Episode 1

3.0 0 x
A sketch comedy show by blackfellas. For everyone.

Season 4, Episode 6

4.0 9 x
We drop in on a game of chess where a Blackfella questions why whites always go first, the Tooth Fairy spits the dummy, and we go to court to witness a showdown between good and evil in Deconstructed Bully Beef Stew. (Final)

Season 4, Episode 5

4.0 11 x
We discover a great new product guaranteed to improve hygiene, Aunty Val explains the concept of luck, and the Bondi Blackfella proves yet again that nothing, not even a drowning, stands between him and knock off time.

Season 4, Episode 4

3.0 14 x
We buy an app that helps white people raise their kids the black way, join Blakforce as they barge in on a marriage proposal, and hit the road with Nan and Bub as they go in search of the world's last remaining tea bag.

Season 4, Episode 3

4.0 32 x
Taon confronts the meanest inmate to make an impression on his first day in prison, we apply for an Aboriginal Starter Pack and go back to the 70s, as Alice and Melvyn attend Australia's first interracial swingers party.

Season 4, Episode 2

4.0 15 x
We discover an Indigenous relic that isn't exactly what it appears to be, go Outback to visit with a dusty old Bushman who can't find his keys, and we hit the streets with Blakforce: Special Coconut Unit.

Season 4, Episode 1

4.0 50 x
A Full On Murri has very strong opinions on how Blackfellas should and shouldn't behave, meet a couple of cousins who are considering getting to know each other a lot better, and Shane faces his first day of University.

Season 1 Episode 6

Expired 3.0 24 x
The Tiddas learn about acting and love, we pull up a seat at the Last Supper and Lillian the Cos I'm Black Woman has a run-in with a blind man.

Season 1 Episode 5

Expired 4.0 11 x
There's Starblaks, the Adlays, and we meet Tatiana, the Cultural Excuse Girl a woman who will use 'culture' to get whatever she wants - be it in the boardroom or the bedroom.

Season 1 Episode 4

Expired 4.0 6 x
We meet the Aboriginal Liberation Front, a group of radical white kids freeing their Indigenous brothers and sisters from the shackles of oppression.