Last night Stan rolled out its blue carpet at the Sydney Opera House to showcase its epic summer line-up of original shows.
Select media folk and stars from the hotly anticipated series were treated to an exclusive sneak peek of all the upcoming Stan Originals premiering this summer.
The shows included the brand new season of hit comedy series The Other Guy (13 December) which was introduced by the man himself, Matt Okine.
Creator, writer, executive producer and lead actor Matt Okine
See what AJ and the gang get up to next season via the freshly released season 2 trailer:
Next up was a preview of new thriller series The Commons, which is dropping on Christmas Day.
Presenting the series was British actress Joanne Froggatt who travelled all the way to NSW to film the show.
Froggatt looking stunning at the event
Behold the terrifying future in the first official trailer for The Commons:
The eight-part premium drama was introduced by lead stars Emma Booth and Ewen Leslie.
Emma Booth plays Detective Molly McGee in The Gloaming
Have a go at the terrifying trailer below:
The final trailer of the evening was for the True History of the Kelly Gang, a film that tells the story of the wild life of Ned Kelly, like you’ve never seen or heard it before.
Legendary actress Essie Davis presented the movie which is fittingly set to drop on Australia Day.
Esse Davis plays Ned Kelly’s mother in the flick
Cop a glimpse at this shocking retelling of Australian history in the below trailer:
And speaking of legendary actresses, qween Jacki Weaver made a surprise appearance along with several other members of the Bloom cast to reveal that filming of season 2 is well underway.
The series, which landed on Stan at the start of the year, was a smash hit, scoring a Logie Award for Outstanding Miniseries and Outstanding Supporting Actress (Weaver).
Weaver (left) with The Other Guy’s Harriet Dyer (right)
Other stars to walk the blue carpet included David Lyons, Bella Heathcote, Ryan Corr, John Waters, Matt Day, Lily Sullivan, John Jarratt, Yumi Stynes, Erin McNaught, Roxy Jacenko, Beau Ryan, Anni Finsterer, Nicole Chamoun, Jackson Haywood and Scott Lee.
Truly outSTANding stuff.