The two-part mini-series is a "Romeo and Juliet" story set in a rural Australian town. MARKING TIME traces Hal's journey from boy to man over the period of one year. At the outset, the town... See full summary »
A young couple offer to buy the furniture of a middle-aged man whose wife just left him - but they end up with more than they bargained for. Hugo Weaving, Abbie Cornish and Sullivan Stapleton star in an adaptation of a Raymond Carver story.
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.
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:
[to Sophie, about interrogating a teenage girl witness]
Look, you talk to her now because now's when we're going to ge the truth, not later when they've had a chance to think about it. You play the Big Sister routine if it works, but you be prepared to go hard on this one.
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When I first saw the adds it intrigued me, now that I watch the show, I'm hooked! It's a great Australian show! Sure the acting might need a touch up, but the plot that comes about each week is superb! It gets you hooked in. I love shows that get you thinking, and this one certainly does! Not to mention the stunning lookers in the cast, newcomer Don Hany for example :)~ also the boys will 'enjoy' old favourite Brooke Satchwell and the hot Freya Stafford! I only brush my TV off once a week, and that's for White Collar Blue :)
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