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Wanted's second season has upped the ante. This is must-watch Australian TV | Luke Buckmaster

14 June 2017 8:54 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Unconventional (and long overdue) casting choices and smart, pacy writing are the making of Rebecca Gibney’s arse-walloping action thriller

Who would win in a fight to the death between Rebecca Gibney and Liam Neeson? Your media consumption to date has, perhaps, gravitated you towards the latter. You are undoubtedly recalling the grizzled alpha male’s famously crotchety face and I-eat-puppies-for-breakfast demeanour. But I am here to tell you that it would be Gibney by a country mile.

Don’t believe me? In Channel Seven’s Wanted (which premiered its second season last week) the proof is in the pudding. If you didn’t catch the first season, it is necessary viewing for anyone partial to a pulse pounder: a lean, punchy, pressure-cooked on-the-run action thriller following two seemingly ordinary women who evade dangerous goons and crooked cops.

Related: Why Rebecca Gibney's Wanted is one of Australia’s most progressive dramas

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- Luke Buckmaster

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