Louisa Atherton (Kerry Armstrong) is 49-years-old and to date has lived a privileged and superficial life. When her wealthy husband Jack drops dead in the arms of another woman, Louisa thinks things can't get worse - until she discovers that he's left her bankrupt. Louisa is forced to go back to her tiny home town, Rainbow's End, with her tail between her legs. As she re-negotiates her relationships with her prickly mother Minna (Julia Blake) and recalcitrant kids, she learns to understand herself for the first time in her life. Louisa also comes to realise that her small town's history will play a vital role in her future.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Bed of Roses - Bed of Roses (TV series) - Netflix
Bed of Roses is an Australian comedy drama television series which first screened on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) from 10 May 2008. It stars Kerry Armstrong (SeaChange and Lantana) and was created by Jutta Goetze and Elizabeth Coleman; produced by Mark Ruse (Kath & Kim, The Games) and Stephen Luby (Crackerjack).
Bed of Roses - Main cast - Netflix
Kerry Armstrong as Louisa Atherton, recently widowed, returns to Rainbow's End. Becomes editor of The Rainbow Echo, responds to community issues, problems with Tim and Nick.
Caroline Gillmer as Marg Braithwaite, estranged wife of Gavin Braithwaite. Now a marriage celebrant, tries to gain Tim's interest.
Kaarin Fairfax as Deb Mathieson, new friend, worked on The Rainbow Echo, looks after injured wildlife. Runs a wildlife sanctuary, because of conflicting work hours sees less of husband Trev.
Bed of Roses - References - Netflix