What’s On With Michael Zullo


Whether you’re self isolating, or have a spare hour during your working from home lunch break, everyone’s tuning into TV, Netflix or putting on a movie at one point or another.

For the Sky Blues it’s no different, and we’ve got their recommendations for you. It’s time to find out what your Hyundai A-League heroes are watching.

Here’s what’s playing at Michael Zullo’s house at the moment…

What’s on at the moment?

Entourage. 2004

Vince, Eric, Turtle and Johnny lead an adventure-filled, lavish life when Vince’s film career takes off in LA. Among other challenges, they also deal with Vince’s obnoxious but hardworking agent, Ari.

MZ: It’s a really easy watch, very lighthearted. It’s about a movie star that lives in LA with his 3 best friends. They’re with him for every step of his career. I started watching it when I was still in school and I think I’ve watched every season 3 or 4 times now.

House of Cards. 2013

Frank Underwood is a Democrat appointed as the secretary of state. Along with his wife, he sets out on a quest to seek revenge on the people who betrayed him while successfully rising to supremacy.

MZ: Although this show doesn’t look like it’ll be making a comeback anytime soon it’s definitely one of my all time favourites. I’m interested in politics so I loved this show from the start. It’s all about corruption at the highest levels of US government. It’s fictional but it makes a few cheeky comparisons to real life politicians.

Ozark. 2017

A financial advisor drags his family from Chicago to the Missouri Ozarks, where he must launder money to appease a drug boss.

MZ: I knew I would love Ozark 2 minutes into the first episode. It’s about a cookie cutter family from Chicago that move to the Lake of the Ozarks and start laundering money for a mexican drug cartel. Binge-worthy.

All time favourite?

The Sopranos. 1999

Tony Soprano, an Italian-American mafia head based in New Jersey, struggles to manage his family and criminal life and confides his affairs to his psychiatrist Jennifer Melfi.

MZ: There are 100 episodes or so and I think I’ve watched each one 10 times. It’s about a mafia boss from New Jersey, his rise to power and everything along the way. Easily my number 1 tv series of all time.