In Nobody's Inn, couples bid to prove they can make it as pub landlords, hoping to win the chance to start afresh with their names over the door of a profitable establishment.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Nobody's Inn - The Diggers (band) - Netflix
The Diggers are a Scottish post-Britpop powerpop band, with a 1997 debut album, Mount Everest.
Nobody's Inn - History - Netflix
Members Miezitis and Moffatt had attended school together and began playing as an acoustic duo in the early 1990s. In 1991 they moved to Glasgow, and added members Eslick and Ross. After a 1993 car crash, the group was noticed by Martin Carr of The Boo Radleys, who got them signed to Creation Records. They opened for Super Furry Animals on tour in 1997, and released their debut album for Creation, Mount Everest. The band got their name from the novel Ringolevio by Emmett Grogan.