An evocative crime thriller that captures the chilling action and sharp wit of Peter Temple's acclaimed novel The Broken Shore. In this gripping adaptation, Detective Joe Cashin uncovers a ... See full summary »
A new detective is attached to a major crime squad in a tough southern district of Sydney. This creates tensions within the squad, particularly when the squad is called out to a homicide ... See full summary »
Follow the men and women who work in a downtown police station and a renegade crisis centre in the tough red light district of Sydney, as they deal with the endless array of problems, crimes and triumphs that tumble onto the streets.
Major Crime is a metaphor for East and West, for the conscious and unconscious, for reconciliation and difference, for hope versus despair, as Malik struggles toward the sunlight while ... See full summary »
Detective Sergeant Roger "The Dodger" Rogerson got fame because he knew how to take care of most dangerous and violent criminals. His success was, however, also due to the sinister alliance... See full summary »
After a "white lie" which spirals out of control, a neurotic, naive and musically gifted Muslim cleric's eldest son must follow through with an arranged marriage, except he is madly in love with an Australian born-Lebanese girl.
In mid-2003, Channel Ten decided not to renew the show for a third season due to its large budget, solid but unflattering ratings, and failure to sell the show overseas. The final episode of the show screened in November 2003. See more »
Det. Joe Hill:
[Theo is angry that Joe won't pressure Father Michael to give details about a dead body on Chruch grounds]
Theo, do you know what it means for a preiest to tell something he heard in confession? What Michael just did was huge.
You're a Catholic, aren't you?
You got a problem with that?
I'll bet you went to Catholic school!
Det. Joe Hill:
Theo, you're a genius. You should be a detective.
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Remember where you heard it first, fans. The new Cate Blanchett is on the block. Her name is Freya Stafford. Looks good, NIDA graduate, can act and is going to go a long way.The show has intelligent, realistic plots and a capable cast. Pity it's on the teeny boppers channel in Australia (Network Ten) Ratings haven't been real good yet, but this show is going to take off. Sue Masters (ex Australian Broadcasting Corporation) is the Executive Producer which means the show has go to be classy.
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