With no TV series or series of films planned, the Greek TV series industry is in a state of crisis.
However, a new show has been commissioned to bring it back to life, the insatiability of the Greek television series.
The series, which is being produced by the Australian Film Corporation (AFC), is the first in a series of new Greek TV shows.
The new series is to be released in 2017, and the first two episodes have been released.
Written by the American director Tim Lander, the series will be directed by Mark Sisson, and is set in the world of Greek TV, where the Greek people are under siege by a deadly virus.
The first episode will be titled Insatiable, and will focus on the Greek island of Samos, where a deadly contagion is spreading.
Sisson will star as an elderly man named Andreas, who has become obsessed with insatiety and seeks to bring the contagion back to Greece.
The story of the series revolves around Andreas’ struggle to bring back the disease from his home country of Greece, and how his obsession with the show will affect his relationship with his wife and family.
The show has already been screened at festivals and is expected to be screened again in 2017.
The Australian Film Corp is currently looking for a director for the show, with Sisson being an obvious candidate.
The latest episode of the new series will also feature a host of other actors from the Greek film industry, including director Nikos Aksyonas, screenwriter Efthymios Panagiotakopoulos, producer George Krasios and actor-comedian Panagios Kouryas.
Sotiris Kouvelis from the comedy troupe Tchaikis will also be featured in the show.
The ABC has contacted AFC for comment.
Read more about the insasatitude of Greek television: Greek TV series series 1 – Insatitude