Comedian Nazeem Hussain hosts an all new weekly comedy series parodying many aspects of the Australian culture, including race relations, local and international politics and pop culture.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Legally Brown - Legally Blonde (novel) - Netflix
Legally Blonde is a 2001 comedy novel by American author Amanda Brown, with a copyright credit also going to Brigid (Bridget) Kerrigan. The novel was the basis of the 2001 film Legally Blonde which starred Reese Witherspoon and its 2003 sequel Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, as well as the musical Legally Blonde and the 2009 direct-to-video film Legally Blondes. The novel was based on Brown's experiences while enrolled in Stanford Law School. Legally Blonde is also the basis of a series of young adult fiction novels featuring the character of Elle Woods written by Natalie Standiford.
Legally Brown - Plot - Netflix
Elle Woods, a blonde California University of Los Angeles sorority president, is deeply in love with her college sweetheart, Warner Huntingdon III. When Warner enrolls in Stanford Law School and aims to find a girl more serious than Elle to be his bride, Elle schemes a plan to follow him there to win him back.
Legally Brown - References - Netflix