It's a second migration for the Habib family, first it was Lebanon to Australia, now Lakemba to Vaucluse. But not everyone is happy to see them, and soon the Habibs find themselves in conflict with their new next door neighbours. The O'Neills are Vaucluse royalty - old money and proud of it. They're extremely uncomfortable with goats and chickens, shisha pipes and people of Mediterranean appearance, but the Habibs can't understand what all the fuss is about. One family want to stay, the other family want them gone. Here Come the Habibs brings a fresh comic perspective to multicultural Australia.

Here Come the Habibs! - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-02-09

Here Come the Habibs! - Kyls Burtland - Netflix

Kyls Burtland is a Canadian-born Australian composer working in film, television, advertising, sound installation and VR. Her TV credits include Here Come the Habibs (2016), Whitlam: The Power and the Passion (2015), music for the Shanghai Pavilion interactive experience at World Expo 2010, music for the projections on the Sydney Opera House for Vivid Sydney (2013), and the song “Triumph of the One” for the 2006 Asian Games closing ceremony in Doha, sung by Aladdin (2007) star, Lea Salonga.

Here Come the Habibs! - Select Credits - Netflix

Here Come the Habibs (2017) Destination Flavor Scandinavia (2017) Dawn (also known as 'Touch'), (2015) Rebels of Oz: Germaine, Clive, Barry and Bob (2014) Whitlam: Power and the Passion (2013) The Jesters (2009) Zero (2010)

Here Come the Habibs! - References - Netflix