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Crime Drama “Human Error” Now In Production for Channel 9



Crime Drama “Human Error” Now In Production for Channel 9

Channel 9’s new crime drama series, Human Error, has begun filming in Melbourne.

Human Error, based on true events, features Leeanna Walsman (Wentworth, Safe Harbour) as Detective Holly O’Rourke, leader of a homicide team investigating a murder that turns out to be part of a much larger criminal scheme.

Holly has made a series of blunders, and time is running out before she can save them from ruining her family and career.

Created by Greg Haddrick (Janet KingUnderbelly), Samantha Winston (Love MeRush) and Gregor Jordan (North ShoreTwo Hands), the series also features rising star Rahel Romahn (ShantaramMr Inbetween), winner of the Heath Ledger Scholarship in 2022, as Detective Jarred Pines.

Stephen Peacocke (The NewsreaderInformer 3838) joins as fellow investigator Dylan Mackenzie, Matt Day (RakePaper Giants) as Holly’s husband Luke, Rob Collins (The Legend of Molly JohnsonMystery Road) as Sergeant Gavin Butterfield and Steve Bisley (Mystery Road OriginDoctor Doctor) plays Holly’s dad and retired detective Bear O’Rourke.

Joining the formidable cast are Emily Joy (FiskThe Housemate), Ethan Lwin (Young RockJoe vs. Carol), Debra Lawrance (ClickbaitPlease Like Me), Daniela Farinacci (East West 101Lantana), Jane Allsop (House HusbandsThe Slap) and Anthony J Sharpe (Joe vs. CarolBlack Snow).

John Edwards and Dan Edwards (Romper StomperBumpYear Of) with Nine’s Head of Drama, Andy Ryan are Executive Producers on Human Error alongside Producers Haddrick and Winston, with The Age’s legendary crime reporter and podcaster John Silvester (Underbelly) as story consultant.

Award-winning screen director Fiona Banks (WentworthHalifax Retribution) will direct the first three episodes of Human Error, followed by Mat King (BloomPine Gap).

Human Error is a Roadshow Rough Diamond production for the 9Network with major production investment from Screen Australia in association with Nine and VicScreen. International distribution will be handled by ITV Studios.

Human Error will air on Channel 9 later this year.