There aren't many shows that can elicit a genuine 'laugh out loud'. But we're willing to guarantee this is one of them.
In this comedic travel-documentary style Netflix series, British comedian Jack Whitehall drags his somewhat old-fashioned father, 78yo producer and talent agent Michael Whitehall, around Asia (Season One) and Eastern Europe (Season Two).
So is Travels With My Father the funniest series on Netflix, or a poor man's version of An Idiot Abroad? What's the running production feature that makes us feel uncomfortable throughout the whole show? And why are we left asking a big question about Travels With My Father and the success of Jack Whitehall's series at the end?
Hosts: Jessie & Clare Stephens
Producer: Luca Lavigne
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Phone: 02 8999 9386
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