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Mr Inbetween

About the Show

Juggling a relationship, parental responsibilities, friendships and a sick brother while earning a living would be difficult for anyone, but it’s particularly difficult when you’re a criminal for hire.


Ray Shoesmith “takes care of people” — collecting debts, relieving them of drugs and guns, and often taking care of them on a more permanent basis. Ray demands respect and does not tolerate it when someone disregards his very clear code of ethics. In season two of Mr Inbetween, Ray’s work and personal life begin to collide and he finds himself struggling to keep both sides of his life from imploding.


Mr Inbetween is a half-hour comedy series created by and starring Scott Ryan as Ray Shoesmith. The series co-stars Brooke Satchwell, Justin Rosniak, Chika Yasumura, Nicholas Cassim and Damon Herriman.


The FX original series was shot in Australia and is produced by Blue-Tongue Films and Jungle Entertainment, in association with FX Productions, Screen Australia and Create NSW. Ryan, Nash Edgerton and Jason Burrows are Executive Producers and Michele Bennett is Producer.

Season 2
Season 2

Sn.2 Ep.11

"There Rust, and Let Me Die"

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There Rust, and Let Me Die

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We live, no doubt, but does anybody really die? An FX Original Series.

26 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 11/21

Sn.2 Ep.10

"Nice Face"

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Nice Face

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Enemies may come and go and so, alas, do friends. An FX Original Series.

22 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 11/14

Sn.2 Ep.9

"Socks Are Important"

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Socks Are Important

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When exiting a department store, make sure you don't leave with less than you came with. An FX Original Series.

27 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 11/07

Sn.2 Ep.8

"See You in Your Dreams"

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See You in Your Dreams

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An old friend takes the fall and an associate pays for past misdeeds. An FX Original Series.

23 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 10/31

Sn.2 Ep.7

"Watch Out for Snakes"

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Watch Out for Snakes

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Ray does favours but doesn't forgive. An FX Original Series.

25 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 10/24

Sn.2 Ep.6

"Let Me Stop You There"

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Let Me Stop You There

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Lady troubles, old friends and hearts on trees. An FX Original Series.

23 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 10/17

Sn.2 Ep.5

"Can't Save You"

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Can't Save You

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All things must end, even Christmas. An FX Original Series.

27 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 10/10

Sn.2 Ep.4

"Monsters"

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Monsters

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Is there really any such thing as monsters? An FX Original Series.

22 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 10/03

Sn.2 Ep.3

"I Came from Your Balls?"

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I Came from Your Balls?

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Ray and Ally get caught out and good dental hygiene is as important as paying your debts. An FX Original Series.

23 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 09/26

Sn.2 Ep.2

"Don't Be a Dickhead"

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Don't Be a Dickhead

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Ray solves problems but under no circumstances does he answer questions. An FX Original Series.

25 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 09/19

Sn.2 Ep.1

"Shoulda Tapped"

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Shoulda Tapped

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Ray don't tap but he gives good advice. Sometimes you have to take the scenic route. An FX Original Series.

25 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 09/12


  • “There's a quiet charm in this Australian import”
    - TV Guide.com
  • “Mr Inbetween gets wilder as it goes along, until the season finale becomes a fully surreal, Fargo-ish tale of a hit gone way wrong.”
    - Entertainment Weekly
  • “the bad guy you are meant to like”
    - Los Angeles Times
  • “one of 2018's best shows”
    - The Hollywood Reporter
  • “Mr Inbetween can be enjoyed simply for Mr. Ryan’s ability to put together scenes of slowly simmering absurdity”
    - The New York Times
  • “The killer with a heart of gold isn't a new trope...But Mr Inbetween gives it a fresh and funny going over.”
    - The Boston Globe
  • “[Scott] Ryan has a striking and compulsively watchable physical presence: bald, angular and utterly calm”
    - Rolling Stone