Set on the Homicide floor of a police headquarters in Melbourne, Australia, detectives work to bring justice for the deceased.
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Set on the Homicide floor of a police headquarters in Melbourne, Australia, detectives work to bring justice for the deceased.

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11 November 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

City Homicide is the worst programme being made in Australia today.

The plots are unoriginal, the scripts are awful and the acting is poor. Shane Bourne is at best a C-grade actor, yet he manages to eclipse the rest of the cast who seem to be just showing up to collect their paychecks. None of them come close to being believable, and I sincerely hope this programme continues for a long time just to keep the cast from polluting anything else. The pathetic attempts at humour miss the mark entirely, and the show takes itself so seriously that you cannot help but cringe.

City Homicide is even worse than Sea Patrol, a frankly astounding achievement.

Awful, Just Awful. Avoid at all costs.


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