CRAZY BOSS LADY
A boozy night out changes everything for nutty, but lovable, furniture queen Victoria Sando, in Sando.
Victoria Sandringham is no stranger to scandal, but she never thought one steamy adventure could ruin her entire life!
As the CEO of furniture store Sando’s Warehouse, Sando (as she is known by friends) thought she had the respect of her associates, until she got busted with an employee the morning after a raucous party.
All of a sudden, Sando (Sacha Horler) nds not only is her personal life in the ring line, but so too is her business, as her enemies begin to hover around.
That’s the premise of the ABC’s new comedy series Sando, which blazes into action as Sando attempts to save her business with the help of her dysfunctional family.
There’s just one small problem. Sando has been excommunicated from the family ever since she had a love child with her daughter’s former fiancée Kevin (Firass Dirani) 10 years earlier.
But now the furniture’s hit the fan, Sando is in a pickle and comes galloping back into the lives of her children, Susie (Krew Boylan) and Eric (Dylan Hesp), and her ex-husband, Don (Phil Lloyd), as unexpectedly as she left them years ago. This time, however, Sando is forced to confront the very worst of her past, as her troubled daughter Susie details all the humiliation and distress she’s had to endure.
If things weren’t messy enough, the rest of the family is cooking up some steamy drama of its own. As Sando and Susie go to battle in the kitchen, history is about to repeat itself. Only this time, Don and Nicky (Adele Vuko), Susie’s best friend, get romantically entangled in the pantry. (It’s not as if Susie needed another parent shagging her nearest and dearest!)
With the whole slightly deranged gang gathered under one roof, things are set to reach boiling point. Then events take a new turn when Sando manages to talk her way into staying in Susie’s guest house for the time being, until the storm passes.
But with Sando around, that storm will not pass anytime soon. In fact, it’s only just gathering pace. Whether she’ll be able to pull her family and her business back together, without turning everyone’s lives upside down yet again, seems an impossible task. TVS MAR 19-APR 2, 2018