MY:24

Catch up TV on MY:24. Watch the latest and all other episodes of MY:24 now online, broadcasted on ABC3. Catch up on your favorite ABC3 TV show: MY:24. Replay tv on its best! Both Dave and Crystal's MY:24 stories have a strong physical component, albeit in very different ways. Dave suffered depression until at age 15; he went to a Sydney gym for the first time. And Crystal discovered the circus.

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Season 1, Episode 32 (Faith / Mikey) 24:00

Season 1, Episode 32 (Faith / Mikey)

4.0 5 x
Mikey's MY:24 was meeting an aunt he never knew he had who took care of him when his parents had not been able to, and encouraged his love of skating. Faith overcame a nomadic childhood to discover a talent for song writing.
Season 1, Episode 33 (Romy / Coen) 24:00

Season 1, Episode 33 (Romy / Coen)

4.0 7 x
This week's MY: 24s involve life and death events, and the consequences of their survival. Coen was born with cystic fibrosis and later developed diabetes and Romy lived through the Black Saturday bush fires.
Season 1, Episode 15 (Sarai) 12:00

Season 1, Episode 15 (Sarai)

3.0 24 x
Before her MY:24, Sarai was an ordinary young girl from rural Queensland. Then, as a result of the extensive flooding in her state, Sarai came face to face with the agonising prospect of losing her home and everything in it.
Season 1, Episode 19 (Sam) 12:00

Season 1, Episode 19 (Sam)

3.0 27 x
Sam had been involved in Sydney's Bronte Surf Lifesaving Club since he was young. At 17 years of age his whole perspective on life changed as a result of saving a man caught in rough seas from drowning.
Season 1, Episode 1 (Jake) 12:00

Season 1, Episode 1 (Jake)

3.0 6 x
Jake is the current open male world champion in rope skipping and holds the 2013 world record. His MY:24 sets in motion a chain of events that will bring him freedom and belonging, but also familial friction and challenges.
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