The Nest (TV series)

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The Nest
Genre Observational Documentary
Developed by Freehand Productions
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 8
Production
Executive producer(s) Peter Abbott
Producer(s) Paul Rudd
Location(s) Australia
Running time 60 Minutes
Production company(s) Freehand Productions
Release
Original network SBS
Picture format 16x9

The Nest is an Australian series that explores the phenomenon (called Peter-pan-demonium) of adult children living with their parents.[1]

The program offers insight into what a family means in this day and age.[2]

Throughout series one, a financial expert and a relationship expert provided the families with guidance and support.

A second series began airing on SBS One in September 2009. The second series focuses on work/life family balance with 3 families who are workaholics and don't spend enough time with their kids. The series also examines long working hours. Performance expert Andrew May provides the families with revised family schedules.[3]

Criticism[edit]

The Nest has attracted a degree of criticism for the grating and glib style of the relationship and financial experts.[citation needed]

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