Love Me (Australian TV series)

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Love Me
Written by
  • Alison Bell
  • Leon Ford
  • Adele Vuko
  • Brendan Phillips
  • Blake Ayshford
Directed by
Country of originAustralia
Original language
  • English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes6
Executive producers
  • Michael Brooks
  • Hamish Lewis
  • Brian Walsh
  • Alison Hurbert-Burns
  • Lana Greenhalgh
Running time30 Minutes
Production companies
  • Warner Bros. International Television Australia
  • Aquarius Films
Original network
Original release26 December 2021 (2021-12-26) –

Love Me (styled: LOVE ME) is an Australian drama series and the first original production of streaming service Binge.[1] Set in Melbourne, Victoria, Love Me is a story about love, loss and relationship complexity for the father, daughter and son of a contemporary, middle-class Australian family. Triggered by the death of the disabled mother, cared for by the father at home for some years, the three stumble in their lives, eventually finding themselves and each other.

The season one, six-part series is directed by Emma Freeman with lead writer Alison Bell, and writers Leon Ford, Adele Vuko and Blake Ayshford.[2] Season two was announced in June 2022 and is scheduled to premierre on 6 April 2023.[3][4]

The ensemble cast includes Hugo Weaving,[5] Bojana Novakovic, William Lodder and Sarah Peirse along with Bob Morley, Heather Mitchell, Celia Pacquola, Mitzi Ruhlmann and Shalom Brune-Franklin.

Love Me is produced by Angie Fielder and Polly Staniford of Aquarius Films and Executive Produced by Michael Brooks and Hamish Lewis (Warner Bros.). Executive Producers for the FOXTEL Group are Brian Walsh, Alison Hurbert-Burns and Lana Greenhalgh.

Based on the acclaimed Swedish series, Älska mig, created by Josephine Bornebusch.[6]



No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date
11"Episode 1"Emma FreemanAlison BellDecember 26, 2021 (2021-12-26)
22"Episode 2"Emma FreemanLeon FordDecember 26, 2021 (2021-12-26)
33"Episode 3"Emma FreemanBlake AyshfordDecember 26, 2021 (2021-12-26)
44"Episode 4"Emma FreemanAdele VukoDecember 26, 2021 (2021-12-26)
55"Episode 5"Emma FreemanAlison BellDecember 26, 2021 (2021-12-26)
66"Episode 6"Emma FreemanLeon FordDecember 26, 2021 (2021-12-26)


Love Me is a Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia production in association with Aquarius Films for the FOXTEL Group. Major production investment from Screen Australia and financed with support from Film Victoria through production investment and the Regional Location Assistance Fund. The series will be produced by Angie Fielder and Polly Staniford (Aquarius Films) and Executive Produced by Michael Brooks and Hamish Lewis (Warner Bros.) Brian Walsh, Alison Hurbert-Burns and Lana Greenhalgh (FOXTEL Group).[7]

On the eve of the Australian TV Week 2022 Logie Awards, where Love Me received seven nominations, Binge announced a second season.[3]


2022 Australian TV Week Logie Awards nominations: Most Outstanding Actor, Most Outstanding Drama Program, Most Outstanding Drama Series, Most Outstanding Supporting Actress, Grammy Kennedy Most Popular New Talent, Most Popular Actress, Most Popular Actor.[3]


  1. ^ Jackie, Keast. "Hugo Weaving fronts Binge drama 'Love Me'". Retrieved 8 December 2021.
  2. ^ "Binge original Australian series Love Me to premiere December 26th". Mediaweek. Mediaweek. Retrieved 8 December 2021.
  3. ^ a b c Lilly, Alex (17 June 2022). "The Mathiesons are back! Hit Aussie series LOVE ME has officially been renewed for a second season". TV Week. p. 1. Retrieved 30 July 2022.
  4. ^ (5 March 2023). "Love Me reveals season two premiere date and first look photos". Retrieved 19 March 2023.
  5. ^ Patrick, Frater. "Hugo Weaving Stars in 'Love Me' Warner Television-Aquarius Series Shooting in Australia (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Variety. Retrieved 8 December 2021.
  6. ^ Mark, Layton. "Foxtel orders remake of Swedish drama 'Älska Mig' for Oz streamer Binge". Television Business International. Television Business International. Retrieved 8 December 2021.
  7. ^ "PRODUCTION BEGINS ON NEW AUSTRALIAN DRAMA LOVE ME". Screen Australia. Screen Australia. Retrieved 8 December 2021.

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