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The show was canceled in 2008 after 2 seasons and 12 episodes, not due to ratings which were considerably good often reaching 900,000 to a million viewers, but due to budget concerns with the amount of traveling the cast and crew had to do between Melbourne and Canberra, the show was studio'ed in Melbourne but they would often have to travel to places in Canberra record and then return to Melbourne to film. See more »
As someone working in the Australian government policy environment, it was very good start and a scarily accurate portrayal of dealing with political advisers. The one negative is the Prime Minister and Cabinet guys are totally wrong, at least for ones so senior. However, they do seem to have a resemble a few junior staff in PM&C that I've dealt with.
Everything else is so close to the mark, it could almost be a documentary! The use of the market research team by the advisers is a real frustration for those of us who try to develop "frank and fearless" advice to our beloved ministers.
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