Meet TV's Newest Girl Band in Australian Series Paper Dolls
Delve into the story of Australia's favourite fictional girl group.
If you've ever envisioned what life would be like as part of a chart-topping girl band, Paper Dolls is the perfect new series to add to your watch list.
Set in Australia during the millennium, Paper Dolls follows the story of five young women as they rise to fame from contestants on the reality TV music show Pop Rush to become Australia's hottest new girl group, Harlow.
WATCH: Paper Dolls | Official Trailer | Paramount+ Australia. Article continues after video.
While the show may be inspired by creator Belinda Chapple, Belinda told WHO that although the events of the series may have been inspired by her time in Australian girl group Bardot,the events of Paper Dolls are "fiction all the way."
Despite being a fictional narrative, Paper Dolls is still deeply rooted in the realities of the music industry.
"The element of being sexualised and not taken seriously as a woman is something I, and many people, have faced in the industry," Paper Dolls star Courtney Monsoma told WHO.
"As much as there are differences, there are quite a few parallels on what it is to be a performer and a woman, which shows how important the messaging is,"
Who is the cast of Paper Dolls?
Paper Dolls will feature an ensemble of upcoming Australian talent.
The season's five girl band members will be played by Emalia (Australian Gangster), Miah Madden (Redfern Now), Naomi Sequeira (Evermoor Chronicles), Courtney Clarke (Last King of The Cross), and Courtney Monsma (Frozen: The Musical).
Paper Dolls is ready to serve up the Y2K nostalgia.
Paramount+ | Tony Mott
Where to watch Paper Dolls in Australia
Ready to delve into the world of Australia's new hottest girl group? Paper Dolls is available to stream on Paramount+ and 10Play.
The eight-part series will be available to stream on demand from Sunday, December 3, with new episodes dropping ever Sunday before the final episode on Sunday, January 21.
The series follows 'Harlow' on their rise to fame.