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New Bondi Vet Line Up Revealed

The official cast of the Bondi Vet TV show was revealed today after an extensive search to replace Dr Chris Brown who fronted the show for the past seven seasons.

No fewer than 1,000 hopefuls - or close to 15% of Australian vets - threw their hat in the ring for a chance at TV stardom.
“After an exhaustive search process and extensive camera testing of the final four, it was impossible to single out one candidate,” production company WTFN director of content Steve Oemcke said.

Dr Chris Brown fronted the popular Bondi Vet TV show from 2009 to 2016

“Each of the four new Bondi Vets has a unique skill set and story to tell. Their love of pets and animals shines through and there is a great chemistry between them. Their work in front of the camera has been outstanding, and we know that fans will really get behind them as they take the show in an exciting new direction.”

Danni Dusek, Lewis Hunt, Alex Hynes and Peter Ricci
With very big shoes to fill and so much new talent to choose from, the producers opted for a slightly different format with four Bondi vets now officially appointed. 

Veterinary doctors Alex Hynes (Animal Emergency Services, Queensland), Danni Dusek (Mentone Veterinary Hospital, Victoria), Lewis Hunt (Collaroy Plateau Veterinary Hospital, NSW) and Peter Ricci (Perth Zoo and the Animal Hospital, Western Australia) are the new faces of the show, currently broadcast in over 180 countries.

With the vets based around Australia, the new show will be filmed across the country, not just in Bondi.

WTFN is in discussions with Ten and other networks as to which channel the new look Bondi Vet will be broadcast on in 2018.

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