Here are the best moments from the debut season of The Forecast: News, Before it Happens. A Nevus original web-series.
In the Season 01 Finalé, the team predicts that Zucks and the rest of the Facebook geeks will begin censoring our personal content, couples that met online during the pandemic will begin peddling fictitious "how we met" tales in order to avoid the stigma of online dating, and The Oracle takes us inside Wrestling Australia's audacious bid to host Wrestlemania 39 in 2023.
The team predicts that too much information will be divulged in the confessional as churches usher in the faithful, mental health professionals will struggle to keep their minds on task as bad things continue to happen to good people and The Oracle provides a sneak peek at some of the questions he'll be asking the US Presidential candidates ahead of a shock third debate.
The team predicts that drive-through testing will become the medical standard for even the most personal procedures, the NRL Bunker will brace itself for expansion into real life dilemmas and The Oracle goes one on one with hip-hop sensation Cardi B, as we foresee widespread changes to the Australian education system.
The team predicts that mask shaming will officially penetrate the sanctity of the workplace and "I've been in contact" will become the go to excuse for those wanting out of their commitments. Meanwhile, the Oracle offers a glance into the dark and sultry industry of Mature Age Dating in "60 Seconds".
Jack receives a stern reprimand from Cornelius Winterspoon, Dr. Lovestick hones his craft in favour of a particularly crabby couple and the Oracle foresees the end of the Australian worker as we know it.
Jack speaks to Ronald Rump from the Boonah Times, Andrew 'The Fever' Febster from the Sydney Morning Herald and economist/weather guru Samuel Sadface. The Oracle is live in the field with his ear to the ground and his breath hot on the mic.
The Forecast team brings you a detailed report of news and current affairs before they even occur. Stream full episodes at The Forecast's official YouTube channel.
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