Victoria Sandringham CRASHES FROM ONE HILARIOUS DISASTER TO ANOTHER IN THE NEW SERIES, SANDO.
Victoria Sandringham lurches from one hilarious disaster to another!
Victoria “Sando” Sandringham doesn’t believe that discount furniture and show-biz should be mutually exclusive and that’s how the high-powered CEO of Sando’s Warehouse is determined to live her life.
Unfortunately for Sando (Sacha Horler), living her best life doesn’t always lead to the best outcomes.
After she’s sprung in the bedroom department with a killer hangover and a handsome employee, her life spins chaotically – and hilariously – out of control.
Sando now finds herself destitute, as the ABC’s new comedy series Sando kicks off. However, nothing can keep the queen of discount furniture down for long and Sando quickly hatches a plan.
She knows it was her outrageous TV commercials, featuring her family, which put Sando’s Warehouse on the map. Consequently, she figures that if she can recapture that spark within her clan, she will be able to save the business from the evil clutches of arch-nemesis Tony (Rob Carlton), and sail off into the sunset... or something like that.
There’s just one little problem; she’s been excommunicated ever since a scandal involving Kevin
“The mother-daughter relationship needs a bit of work. Actually, it needs a whole lot of work.”
(Firass Dirani), who was – at the time – the fiancée of her daughter Susie (Krew Boylan). That scandal involved Sando finding herself pregnant and announcing it on her daughter’s wedding day!
Now that she is broke and out of luck, Sando needs her family more than ever, but as actress Sacha Horler tells Soap World, Sando is going to have to work hard if she wants to put things right.
“Sando’s biggest challenge is to repair the serious damage she has done to her family,” Horler reveals. “The most important person in Sando’s life is her beautiful daughter Susie, but she’s definitely lost her way. The mother-daughter relationship needs a bit of work. Actually, it needs a whole lot of work.”
However Sando isn’t the only problematic member of the Sandringham clan. Susie can barely find the time to ever forgive her mother, let alone welcome her back into her life, when Sando shows up unexpectedly on her doorstep!
While Susie is trying to help her husband Gary (Uli Latukefu) through his own range of bizarre demons, Susie’s dad Don (Phil Lloyd) is secretly indulging in a wild affair with her bestie and live-in life-coach Nicky (Adele Vuko) – all behind Susie’s back. And as if things weren’t messy enough, when Sando arrives back in her life, Susie’s forced to deal with her ex Kevin, who develops an instant bromance with the tortured Gary.
The last thing Susie needs is her wheeling dealing mum back in the picture, but Sando is determined to go to any lengths to rebuild broken family bonds. So, she sets out to blackmail Don and Nicky to support her, using the star-crossed lovers forbidden affair as leverage, to convince her daughter to let her stay.
But Susie is no fool and, determined to shake her mum loose, demands that she prove her good intentions by going through hypnotherapy. When things turn from bad to even worse for Susie, she is forced to admit she might need her mum to sort out their twisted family life, after all.
Just as everything seems to be on track, Sando’s knack for messing things up comes back to bite her. She manages to derail Don’s new career move not to mention her own plan to save the family business from being stolen from all of them by the evil Tony!
It’s a race against time as the two stage a daring escape and Sando ultimately faces a wrenching choice: help Don achieve his dream, or put her business first, again?
Sando (Sacha Horler) believes she is destined for success.
Susie’s (Krew Boylan) wedding is a complete disaster.