Riding on the success of the educational comedy series Oh My English! (OME!), Astro is pleased to announce to OME! fans the launch of yet another special telemovie entitled Oh My English: Oh My Goat – Come Baaack!!
This telemovie will premiere on 5th September 2015 at 9pm, exclusively on Astro TVIQ (Channel 610), Astro Prima (Channel 105) as well as in HD on Astro Maya HD (Channel 135).
Oh My English: Oh My Goat – Come Baaack!! is the fourth telemovie after Oh My Ganu!, Oh My English – Hello America and Oh My English: Villa Isabellaaa! Directed by Shamyl Othman and Umi Omar, it tells the story of Henry Middleton’s (Zain Saidin) experiences as a volunteer teacher and his adventurous journey in Kampung Dalam Ayer, a remote Malaysian village.
Faced with a lack of amenities and surrounded by creepy crawlies, Mr Middleton finds solace from kampung life in an unlikely source – Cik Kam Ambing, the village goat (voiced by Jihan Muse, winner of Best Female Comedian Award in Anugerah Lawak Warna 2015).
Adding to the cast, Abam Bocey (winner of Best Male Comedian Award in Anugerah Bintang Popular Berita Harian 2014) brings his trademark spontaneous humour to the character ‘Mail’, the acting ‘penghulu’ of Kampung Dalam Ayer.
‘Mail’ leaves Mr. Middleton with the uphill task of engaging with the students of SK Dalam Ayer, Leela (Kashika from Ceria Popstar), Abu (Haiqal Eqmal) and Izz Illham (Hafiz), who are far more interested in pulling pranks on their new teacher than learning.
Back in Ayer Dalam, Encik Ariff (Nazrief Nazri) and Cikgu Ayu (Tiz Zaqyah) are getting closer. To stop their relationship from blossoming, Mr. Middleton’s former students decide to make a surprise visit to bring Mr. Middleton back.
The appearance of Jojie (Nadiya Nisaa), Zack (Juzzthin), Taylor Marie Smith (Juliana Evans) and See You Soon (Roax Tan) at Kampung Dalam Ayer presents Mr. Middleton with a dilemma – should he remain in Kampung Dalam Ayer or return to SMK Ayer Dalam?
This telemovie will also star Jasmin Hamid as Encik Ariff’s mom. Be sure to watch Oh My English: Oh My Goat – Come Baaack!! to find out how this exciting plot unravels.
Fans of Oh My English! can get the latest updates and engage with the show via social media – be it on Facebook (Oh My English), Twitter (@Oh_My_English), YouTube (Oh My English!) or Instagram (@ohmyenglish).
There will also be a dedicated social media campaign called the “Oh My Goat Show”, which stars the resident goat from the telemovie, Cik Kam Ambing. Fans will be able to submit screen captures of questionable English usage alongside their questions for clarification using the hashtag #ohmygoat via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
In return, Cik Kam will respond their questions in a comedy-coated follow-up video. Log on to the official Oh My English! website, www.ohmyEnglish.com.my for more info.