Tony Twist and his three children - thirteen year old twins Pete and Linda and nine year old Bronson - move to an old lighthouse on the rugged Australian Coast. They soon discover that the ... See full summary »
A freak accident sends three Australian kids into a computer-generated world of pirates and swashbuckling heroes. The kids must help a group of adventurers find a buried treasure and a way back to the real world.
When 14 year old Australian teenager, Kathy Morgan, discovers a mysterious boat during a family vacation, she decides to investigate - little realising that the boat is actually a ... See full summary »
Neri - the title character - is a young girl with an affinity for water, super-human strength, the ability to swim long distances, and super-human lung capacity. She lives alone on an ... See full summary »
Animated series based on the classic comic strip by Hank Ketcham. America's most well-known little terror, Dennis the Menace, gets into numerous scrapes and adventures with his dog Ruff and... See full summary »
14-year-old Ben Johnson lives in a picturesque (if you are an adult), boring (if you are a teenager), country town of Werrinup in Western Australia. However, Ben's life is turned upside ... See full summary »
When Penelope Townes discovers a long-forgotten old trunk in the attic of her decaying mansion home, her curiosity leads her to check its contents. In it, she finds a beautiful, but dusty, ... See full summary »
Four ordinary kids face the extraordinary fact that a superhero really did exist in their city. The Silver Shadow is a forgotten crusader who waged a solitary war against crime and ... See full summary »
Following in the strain of children-based adventure shows (eg. Round The Twist, The Wayne Manifesto, and *shudder* Lift-Off) The Crash Zone is a show with the "edge" of having teens teamed with computers and a wacky computer-based entity (didn't see that one coming)
But seriously, for a show that, on the surface, seemed childish and stupid, it's hard not to like characters with a real human attitude, as compared with Lift-Off, a show whose cast needed only to speak Grade 2 English to get in (forgive me, i just really hate that show)
And also, does anyone see the resemblence between Nikolai Nikolaeff and Nate Richert (Harvey from "Sabrina The Teenage Witch")? It's damn scary.
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