Best mates and larrikins with a thirst for life (and a beer), Adam and Symon, met on a university pub crawl. Both Physiotherapy students, they’ve just returned from volunteering overseas.
Faye and Anastasia met at a Melbourne night club. Faye jokes that Anastasia thought she was trying to pick her up at first, and the two haven’t stopped talking and laughing since.
There’s always a disagreement over the girls constant chatter and TV remote for Sport v Lifestyle shows. You’ll always find Kate with a cup of tea, the girls with their mobile phones, and Matt just trying to get a word in edgeways.
When watching the TV together they love chewing the fat over the latest reality TV scandal, especially on My Kitchen Rules, Home & Away and The Bachelor.
The Jacksons are a loud, happy and sport-crazy family made up of mum Stacey, dad Grant and their six children ranging in age from 20 to five: Corey, Britney, Jesse, Chase, Kane and Nate, with Corey being the only non-Goggleboxer in the family.
Happily married, Lee and Keith live in Melbourne’s outer-northern suburbs with their daughter Shannon. Their eldest son Joel flew the coup to an investment property of his very own. Now that the kids are grown up, the pair has been turning the focus back on them, which means saving up to enjoy holidays together.
Newlyweds Matty and Sarah Marie and their friend Jad have big personalities and spend a lot of time together. Whether it’s meats, desserts or a raw carrot and cucumber with hommos, the three are always eating, it’s in their culture. The newest addition to this Gogglebox family is the loveable bulldog Bane which Matty surprised Sarah Marie with as a gift on their wedding day.
Indigenous Art Dealers, Mick and Di met on Sydney’s Northern Beaches when Di was 17-years-old. They’ve been happily married for over 50 years now and reckon they know each other inside out.
The three generations of women in The Silbery family, bring a wealth of life-experiences, personality and opinion every time they sit down to watch the telly together.