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Sbs commissions second season of The Family Law

26 June 2016 8:39 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

The Family Law.

Sbs has announced today that a second season of The Family Law is in production. Filming will begin in Queensland later this year, and the series will air in 2017. Written and created by Benjamin Law, and based on his memoir of the same name, The Family Law is a coming-of-age story told through the eyes of teenager Benjamin as he navigates growing up amidst the chaos of his hilarious, heart-warming and dysfunctional family. In season two, Benjamin and the Laws are excited to explore fresh careers, fresh ambitions, even fresh romances. Series creator Law said that one of the most satisfying things about season one was seeing how many audience members — Asian and non-Asian Australian alike — felt their own families were finally reflected back at them. excited to be putting a 90 per cent Asian-Australian cast on TV again, and picking right up from where we left the Laws. »

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Sbs splits commissioning team into scripted and non-scripted

7 April 2016 10:32 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Sbs has split its commissioning team into scripted and non-scripted with Sue Masters and John Godfrey to head up the respective groups..

Godfrey, currently Sbs head of documentaries, has been appointed to the role of head of non-scripted content. .

Godfrey has been responsible for documentaries, including First Contact, Struggle Street and Go Back to Where You Came From series 2 and 3. .

With John.s appointment, Joseph Maxwell, currently Sbs commissioning editor, documentaries, has been appointed as head of documentaries.

Masters, currently Sbs executive producer drama, has been appointed to the role of head of scripted content. .

Masters has developed and delivered projects including The Family Law, The Principal and 2016 series Deep Water.

The changes follow the departure of Sbs head of commissioned content Alison Sharman who will return to her family in the United Kingdom at the end of April after three years with Sbs.

The non-scripted team will be responsible for documentaries, »

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Noah Taylor, Yael Stone join Blackfella Films' Sbs crime series Deep Water

20 March 2016 6:31 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Noah Taylor in the Spierig Bros' Predestination.

Noah Taylor and Orange is the New Black's Yael Stone will star in Sbs.s new four-part crime drama series, Deep Water, produced by Blackfella Films.

Joining them in the crime thriller are Stone's husband Dan Spielman (The Code, Accidental Soldier, Offspring), William McInnes (The Time of Our Lives, The Slap), Danielle Cormack (Wentworth, Rake, Miss Fisher.s Murder Mysteries), Craig McLachlan (The Doctor Blake Mysteries), Ben Oxenbould (The Kettering Incident, Old School, Rake), Simon Burke (Devil.s Playground), John Brumpton (Catching Milat, Miss Fisher.s Murder Mysteries) and others..

Sbs are billing Deep Water as its first "cross-genre, cross-platform event which will include a four-part drama series, a feature documentary and unique online web series and content".

The series is executive produced by Sbs.s Sue Masters, produced by Blackfella Films. Miranda Dear and Darren Dale and written by Kris Wyld »

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