What is This Is Jinsy about?
The series follows Arbiter Maven (the 17th Arbiter and 'Wearer of the Hat') and Operative Sporall (nice hair and 'Wearer of the Beige Suit') as they keep a close eye on the 791 residents of Jinsy from the Great Tower in the parish of Veen. Life on the island is rather Orwellian: each colourful member of the community is monitored by a surveillance system of tessellators, from local folk dribbler Melody Lane to weather monk Tracee Henge. The tessellators include video cameras for surveillance, but also little screens to allow the residents to watch important island events, such as the tri-annual island cow wash (live from Glotters field). Additionally, they include a handy slot for paying fines, and a sphincter nozzle for product and pill downloads. Notably, each episode of This Is Jinsy features a notable guest star actor. Some of the biggest names in comedy - from Stephen Fry to Olivia Colman - have appeared in the show.
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Here is the comprehensive list of streaming providers that will show This Is Jinsy in Australia. If This Is Jinsy will appear with other providers further down the line, this table will be updated.
|Provider||This Is Jinsy|
|Apple TV Plus||No|
|Telstra TV Box Office||No|
The cast of This Is Jinsy
Chris Bran, Justin Chubb, Geoffrey McGivern, Alice Lowe
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