Heartbreak HighApril 1, 1994
The in and out of the classroom lives of a group of students who attend the fictional Hartley High School in Sydney.
The Real Housewives of SydneyFebruary 26, 2017
Charismatic and engaging Housewives enjoy the extravagant, stylish and cosmopolitan lifestyle of Sydney.
WildsideNovember 23, 1997
Wildside is an Australian police procedural television series broadcast on the ABC from 1997 to 1999.
The show consisted of a one hour format that followed police interactions in inner Sydney. It starred Rachael Blake, Tony Martin, Richard Carter and Alex Dimitriades. Mary Coustas joined the series in a regular role late in its run, appearing in the last ten episodes.
The series was filmed in Sydney. It was characterised by its use of ad lib dialogue and hand held camera work. It won several Logie Awards, including Silver Logies for outstanding work by Rachael Blake and Tony Martin for acting, as well as the Most Outstanding Miniseries Logie in 1998. It was also nominated for several Australian Film Institute Awards.
A rerun of the series began in Australia on ABC1 in the early hours of Friday mornings, starting in September 2008.
Crash PalaceOctober 10, 2001
The trials and tribulations of a group of young backpackers living in the same Sydney hostel.
Cops L.A.C.September 2, 2010
Cops L.A.C. is a 2010 Australian television police drama, which screened on the Nine Network. The series followed the work of officers at the Seaview Local Area Command, a fictitious police response area of the 'State Police' set in harbourside Sydney, New South Wales. The first series premiered on 2 September 2010, in the same timeslot of Network Ten's police drama Rush.
On 22 November 2010, the Nine Network cancelled the show due to the high production costs.
Young LionsJuly 17, 2002
Young Lions was an Australian TV police drama broadcast on the Nine Network in 2002 and in Ireland on RTÉ Two.The series was based around the professional and private lives of four rookie detectives, the Young Lions, of South West 101, an inner city Sydney police station.
The program rated poorly and was not renewed after its first season. Competition from other new drama series and several timeslot changes also contributed to the show's demise.
Water Under the BridgeSeptember 25, 1980
Water Under the Bridge is a 1980 mini series based on the 1977 novel by Sumner Locke Elliott.
Blue MurderSeptember 14, 1995
Set in the 1970s and 1980s in Sydney, the miniseries concerns the relationship between controversial former Detective Roger "the Dodger" Rogerson and notorious criminal Arthur "Neddy" Smith. Rogerson and his colleagues were accused of giving Smith a "green light" to commit crimes without Police interference, with the relationship fraying when Rogerson orders hitman Christopher "Mr. Rent-a-Kill" Flannery to murder Police Officer Michael Drury.