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Wrong Girl, The (Channel 10, 2016, Jessica Marais)

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Comedy drama The Wrong Girl details episodes in the life of Lily Woodward who produces the cooking segment on morning television show The Breakfast Bar. Despite the fact that Lily and her flatmate Simone have sworn off men Lily manages to fall for the shows hot new chef.

Lily’s best friend is Pete Barnett who works in a local coffee shop but harbours ambitions to become a journalist.

Comedian Hamish Blake who appears in the show is married to Zoe Foster Blake.

production details
Australia / Channel 10 – Playmaker Media / x60 minute episodes / Broadcast from Wednesday 28 September 2016 at 8.30pm

Writer: Judi McCrossin / Novel: Zoe Foster Blake / Executive producers: David Maher, David Taylor / Producers: Tom Hoffie, Judi McCrossin

Wrong Girl

Jessica Marais as Lily Woodward.

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Jessica Marais as Lily Woodward
Rob Collins as Jack Winters, the new chef on The Breakfast Bar
Ian Meadows as Pete Barnett, Lily’s best friend who works in a coffee shop but wants to a music journalist
Cecelia Peters as Alice Felton-Smith, Junior producer on The Breakfast Bar
Christie Whelan Browne as Nikkii Steadman, producer on The Breakfast Bar, has her finger on the pulse of whats hot or not
Craig McLachlan as Eric Albrectson, unpredicatble host of The Breakfast Bar
David Woods as Dale Collins, news producer on The Breakfast Bar
Doris Younane as Sasha Kirk, Lily’s boss
Hamish Blake as Hamilton, the weather reporter
Hayley Magnus as Simone Bryant, Lily’s flat mate
Hugo Johnstone-Burt as Vincent Woodward, Lily’s older brother
Kerry Armstrong as Mimi Meylan, Lily’s divorced mother
Kevin Harrington as Ivan Barnett, Pete’s father
Leah Vandenberg as Meredith Vadivelu, Pete’s boss
Madeleine West as Erica Jones, co-host of The Breakfast Bar
Steve Vizard as Anthony Woodward, Lily’s father

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Above The Law (Channel 10 2000, Nicholas Bishop, Scott Burgess)

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Crime drama series Above The Law detailed life for the residents of an apartment complex which features a police station on the ground floor.

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NICHOLAS BISHOP as Matt Bridges
SCOTT BURGESS as Bill Peterson
KIRSTY WRIGHT as Belinda Clark
MEME THORNE as Sunny Rodriguez
BRIDIE CARTER as Senior Constable Debbie Curtis
ALYSSA JANE COOK as Olivia Murray
TEO GILBERT as Skeez
JOLYON JAMES as Constable Stavros

crew details
Creators: Tony Morphett, Inga Hunter
Script Editor: Christine Milligan
Producers: Hal McElroy, Rocky Bester
Executive Producers: Hal McElroy, Di McElroy

production details
Country: Australia
Network and Production Companies: Channel 10 – Columbia Tristar
Duration: x50 minute episodes
Aired From: 2000

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Murcheson Creek (Channel 9 1976, Mark Edwards, Rowena Wallace)

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In one off thriller Murcheson Creek Andrew Murcheson returns to his home town to take over his father’s medical practice (the town being named Murcheson Creek in honour of his family.) He begins an affair with an old flame Karen Fields and also finds himself stirring up secrets that should have stayed buried after trying to settle his father’s accounts.

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Mark Edwards as Dr Andrew Murcheson
Rowena Wallace as Karen Fields
Abigail as Donna Lewis
Sandra Lee Paterson as Dr Myfanwy Mckenna
Gordon Mcdougall
Lew Luton
Philippa Baker
Dennis Miller
Anne-Louise Lambert
John Orcsik

crew details
Director: Terry Bourke
Writer: Robert Caswell
Producer: Ross Hawthorn
Executive Producer: Bill Harmon

production details
Country: Australia
Network and Production Companies: Channel 9 – Cash Harmon
Duration: 1×90 minute episode
Aired From: 1976

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Australian Gangster (Channel 7 2018)

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Australian Gangster is a crime drama that will have a distinctly modern vibe. No real plot details have been released as yet but it’s being talked of a grand tale of crime in Western Sydney where glitz and glamour vie with drugs and laundered money. The behind the scenes crew have impressive pedigrees – it’s been written by Gregor Jordan (of Two Hands fame) and Romper Stomper author Malcolm Knox.

Producer John Edwards said “Just as Two Hands was an oblique take on a familiar form a generation ago, Australian Gangster will be a genre-bending crime drama series – confronting, affronting, touching and often laugh-out-loud crazy.”

Filming will begin early next year in and around Sydney.

crew details
Writer: Gregor Jordan, Malcolm Knox
Producers: Dan Edwards, John Edwards
Director: Daina Reed

production details
Country: Australia
Network and Production Companies: Channel 7 – Roadshow Rough Diamond – Screen Australia – Create NSW – Red Arrow International
Duration: Not sure as yet
Aired From: In production

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