Sexy Herpes Reviews

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FilmInk

Are you ready for Sexy Herpes?

NSFW, obvs. 
And here we have the trailer for Sexy Herpes, a fairly risque workplace comedy set in a sexual health clinic. The six part web series comes to us courtesy of co-creators Madeleine Dyer & Daniel Mulvihill and stars Genevieve Morris (Comedy Inc, No Activity), Zoe McDonald (Open Slather), Jay K. Cagatay (The Slots Comedy), Chloe NG (Neighbours), Rohan Nichol (Star Wars, Fools Gold) and Harriet Dyer (The Other Guy, No Activity).

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Pedestrian TV

Debuting Tonight: A Brazen New Aussie Web Series Called ‘Sexy Herpes’

There’s a new Aussie web series on the way, and it’s called Sexy Herpes. Yes, really. No, it’s not graphic. But it is unflinching as it delves into the myriad situations that can arise when working in a rural sexual health clinic. Don’t believe me? The first episode is called ‘Horsefucker‘.

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Townsville Bulletin

Viral ambition

TOWNSVILLE film maker Madeleine Dyer is hoping her provocative new web series is infectious enough to spread far and wide. You won’t believe what it’s called!

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Cinema Australia

Web Series Wednesday: Sexy Herpes

Madeleine and I hail from regional QLD and were lucky enough to cross paths studying a creative degree at University of Southern QLD from 2006-08.
Since then, we’ve been based in Sydney and Melbourne and have studied under private mentors from AFTRS and IFSS. After numerous shorts and pilot teaser reels failing to break through the traditional barriers, we were hungry to enter the web series space as filmmakers.

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Melbourne Web Fest

Swiping Left...Left...Ooh, Right!

It plays an important part in our social, personal and emotional lives – and increasingly featured on our screens. Sex, not just as a physical action, is an important display on screen as a means of bringing different sexualities and sexual experiences to the spotlight to create new and unique stories. Whether it’s through the experiences of a gay sexual health nurse, like series Sexy Herpes (AUS), the process of a new relationship forming, like Freudian Slip (AUS), or the sexual and emotional experiences from the greater community, like the ones featured in Confess (ISR), a distinctiveness shines through.

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Cutting Edges

Web series review

It seems as though when it comes to sex and sexuality, nothing is off the table with Sexy Herpes. Australia has done it again and generated a magnificent web series that dives head first into the hot topic of sexuality in the 21st century, taking no prisoners. The first episode opens on a prostitute standing outside of a sexual health clinic looking for work for crying out loud!

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Female

Madeleine Dyer Sexy Herpes Interview

A brand new comedy series set in a sexual health clinic is putting the sexy back into sexual health. Sexy Herpes is a hilarious six-part dramedy exploring the lives of sexual health workers and their dysfunctional patients, available to watch exclusively online now at www.youtube.com/sexyherpes 

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Subculture Media

SEXY HERPES – Daniel Mulvihill Interview

With brand new comedy web-series Sexy Herpes setting Youtube alight Dave G caught up with one of the series’ co-creators Daniel Mulvihill. Dan tells us how the show came to being and how they went about putting together such a great cast.
You can listen to or download our Sexy Herpes interview right here.

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Townsville Bulletin

Contagious comedy

A QUIRKY new workplace comedy is raising eye-brows and breaking down barriers by taking on some of our biggest taboos.

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Chloe NG Sexy Herpes Interview

Question: How would you describe Sexy Herpes? 

Chloe NG: Fun, light, loving. 

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Buzz Magazine

The Latest Updates

With brand new comedy web-series Sexy Herpes setting Youtube alight Dave G caught up with one of the series’ co-creators Daniel Mulvihill. Dan tells us how the show came to being and how they went about putting together such a great cast.

You can listen to or download our Sexy Herpes interview right here.

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Townsville Bulletin

Couple’s web series with unusual name

TOWNSVILLE-GROWN filmmaker Madeleine Dyer has a new project … just don’t Google it at work. Dyer, who grew up in a theatre-loving family in Townsville and husband Daniel Mulvihill are the creators of a new comedy web series, Sexy Herpes.

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Heavy Mag

Sexy Herpes – Daniel Mulvihill

When it comes to Australian television and web-series over the years, Australia has always outdone themselves when it comes to comedy. Shows like The Late Show and Comedy Company made Australian comedy shine on the small screen. Then in recent years, comedy web-series like Bruce and Little Acorns have put Australia back into the comedy spotlight.