Vivian Cunningham is the epitome of a hot mess.
She's completely broke and living in a rickety share house with a talent for avoiding her problems. Preferably with alcohol.
Oh, and last week she accidentally burnt down her brother's vegan food truck with a bacon-flavoured vape.
In the Stan Original Series Totally Completely Fine, we meet Viv moments before she learns she has inherited her grandfather's coastal clifftop house.
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At first, it seems like a fast-tracked solution to the mess that is Sydney's housing market. But then she meets Amy (Contessa Treffone), a stranger in a wedding dress who is very much in crisis, and realises why she's really there.
Unbeknownst to her and her brothers, their grandfather was a local hero, who regularly saved lives from his backyard.
The brand-new Aussie comedy tells the tale of Vivian's (reluctant) turn as a guardian angel.
Her approach is very unconventional — she's pessimistic and brutally honest, after all — but to her surprise, her nihilistic approach to psychology really cuts through with those who need it the most.
Emerging talent Thomasin McKenzie (Jojo Rabbit, Last Night in Soho) plays Vivian, who learns to embrace the important role she's inherited, and might just learn how to save herself along the way.
Through Viv, her brothers John (Rowan Witt) and Hendrix (Brandon McClelland), Amy and psychologist neighbour Dane (Devon Terrell), The Stan Original Series Totally Completely Fine portrays all the messy realities of life: from good (and bad!) love stories, to complicated family relationships, to parties that do not turn out how you thought they would.