TVNZ's latest pandemic-themed show Creamerie may hit home for a number of viewers.
It tells the story of a virus that kills 99 percent of men, leaving women on their own. However, three kiwi woman discover a man after eight years of abstinence.
That man is Jay Ryan - the Kiwi star who first broke out on Neighbours and Sea Patrol, before starring in Go Girls and heading to Hollywood for shows like Beauty and the Beast.
He stars alongside Ally Xue, JJ Fong and Perlina Lau, Creamerie's writers and creators best known for the hit web-series Flat 3.
Ryan joined Mike Hosking to discuss filming a show about a pandemic during a pandemic, and his time in Hollywood.