Top End Wedding is getting a sequel with Miranda Tapsell set to reprise her role

Production begins next month…

Prime Video has announced production on a new series titled Top End Bub is set to begin in May 2024.

The eight-part series will serve as a sequel to the 2019 film Top End Wedding, and both Miranda Tapsell and Gwilym Lee are set to reprise their roles.

“Words can’t describe how excited I am to bring Lauren, Ned and the Top End back to your screens,” Miranda said of the news.

“We all love a happy ending, but what happens after happily ever after? We can’t wait for you to find out!”

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What is Top End Bub?

As aforementioned, Top End Bub is an upcoming series that will serve as the sequel to the film Top End Wedding.

What will Top End Bub be about?

Set a few years after the events of Top End Wedding, Top End Bub will revisit Lauren and Ned, now navigating marriage and big city life.

However, when Lauren’s 8-year-old niece is suddenly orphaned, the couple reluctantly move to the Top End to raise the child.

Who wrote Top End Wedding?

Joshua Tyler and Miranda Tapsell co-wrote Top End Wedding. They have reunited to co-write Top End Bub as well.

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Who plays Lauren in Top End Wedding?

Miranda Tapsell stars as Lauren in Top End Wedding. Gwilym Lee stars opposite her in the film and plays Ned.

Where was Top End Wedding filmed?

Top End Wedding was filmed in Top End, located in Australia’s Northern Territory. Many Top End destinations – like Darwin Region, Tiwi Islands, Kakadu National Park, Arnhem Land and Nitmiluk Gorge – are featured in the film.

What happens in Top End Wedding?

Top End Wedding follows engaged couple Lauren and Ned, who decide to get married in Lauren’s home town in Darwin.

However, when they arrive, they learn that Lauren’s mother has gone AWOL in the remote far north of Australia – meaning they have just 10 days to find her so they can pull off their dream wedding.

Watch this space for Top End Bub’s release date on Prime Video. Try Prime Video now from $9.99/mth, with a 30-day free trial.

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