In the Season 01 Finalé, the team predicts that Zucks and the rest of the Facebook geeks will begin censoring our personal content, couples that met online during the pandemic will begin peddling fictitious "how we met" tales in order to avoid the stigma of online dating, and The Oracle takes us inside Wrestling Australia's audacious bid to host Wrestlemania 39 in 2023.
The Forecast team brings you a detailed report of news and current affairs before they even occur. In Episode 5, the team predicts that too much information will be divulged in the confessional as churches usher in the faithful, mental health professionals will struggle to keep their minds on task as bad things continue to happen to good people and The Oracle provides a sneak peek at some of the questions he'll be asking the US Presidential candidates ahead of a shock third debate.
The Forecast team brings you a detailed report of news and current affairs before they even occur. In Episode 4, the team predicts that drive-through testing will become the medical standard for even the most personal procedures, the NRL Bunker will brace itself for expansion into real life dilemmas and The Oracle goes one on one with hip-hop sensation Cardi B, as we foresee widespread changes to the Australian education system.
The Forecast team brings you a detailed report of news and current affairs before they even occur. In Episode 3, the team predicts that mask shaming will officially penetrate the sanctity of the workplace and "I've been in contact" will become the go to excuse for those wanting out of their commitments. Meanwhile, the Oracle offers a glance into the dark and sultry industry of Mature Age Dating in "60 Seconds".
The Forecast team brings you a detailed report of news and current affairs before they even occur. In Episode 2, Jack receives a stern reprimand from Cornelius Winterspoon, Dr. Lovestick hones his craft in favour of a particularly crabby couple and the Oracle foresees the end of the Australian worker as we know it.
The Forecast is an original production by Nevus, showcasing a host of young Australian comedic and musical talent. Starring Jack Kearney, Daniel Calavassy, Thomas 'TK' Kearney, Bernard Kairouz and Jake Cairns, The Forecast offers a satirical glance into the world of news and current affairs journalism and combines elements of sketch comedy, impressionism and musical theatre for an all-round entertaining performance.
A father of one from Sydney's eastern suburbs will be admitted to rehab next in an attempt to finally tackle his hashtag addiction. The man's son, a low grade park football wizard, has refused to comment on the matter. More on this thrilling story when it eventually unfolds.
The Oracle predicts the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is set to come down hard on food delivery cyclists that use performance enhancing drugs.
Dane visits his local wellness clinic to find out if he's an anti-vaxer.
The Oracle predicts a fresh set of COVID-19 symptoms will surface next week.
The Forecast is predicting that 9/10 conversations will be paywall protected by 2021.
We interrupt this news broadcast to bring you a message of hope from Dr. Dick Foot.
Jack breaks a HUGE prediction; Rugby Australia's next CEO will be...
A tell-all interview with former NRL CEO Todd Greenberg.
A MasterChef Australia contestant thinks he's won the judges over, but all is not as it seems.
Dr. Dick Foot takes Jack through the Federal Government's latest stimulus package.
Jack takes us through the top stories from the week that will be.
COVID-19 may have taken most of the conventional gambling markets off the table, but that won't stop The Oracle from helping punters find bang for their buck.
Ronald Rump provides a much needed update on COVID-19.
The World Health Organisation has today declared COVID-19 a pandemic and the number of patients requiring medical assistance is fast exceeding the number of medical professionals qualified to offer treatment. To meet the demand, the Federal Government will drastically lower the admission standards for doctors next week.
Children as young as eight years of age will be eligible for a Bachelor of Medicine.
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