Win­ners and Losers roller­coaster con­tin­ues

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A THIRD se­ries of Win­ners & Losers opens with the girls strug­gling to come to grips with more ups and downs in life. The besties ex­pect new mum Bec (Zoe Tuck­well-Smith) to fall apart af­ter the death of Matt (Blair McDonough). While her tor­ment is clear, she shows no overt sign of grief – even at the fu­neral. Jenny (Melissa Ber­g­land) ad­justs to fam­ily life in the wake of the bomb­shell that there is a new Gross sib­ling, Sam McKen­zie (Kather­ine Hicks), a daugh­ter from Brian’s pre­vi­ous re­la­tion­ship. The Gross house vibe has changed markedly, their free­wheel­ing ban­ter re­placed with a forced po­lite­ness as they ad­just to the new­comer. Sam, mean­while, is keen to get to know her bi­o­log­i­cal fa­ther and half sib­lings and mend her re­la­tion­ship with her mother. So­phie (Me­lanie Vallejo) has planned to post­pone her trip to Kenya af­ter the death but Bec in­sists she go. When Doug (Tom Wren) gives her no rea­son to stay, So­phie heads to Nairobi with no re­turn date. De­spite protes­ta­tions to the con­trary, events have also deeply af­fected France (Vir­ginia Gay).

Win­ners & Losers: Tues­days, 8.45pm, Seven, Prime7.

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