TV Series Index


Apple Cider Vinegar

Produced by Netflix, See Saw Films, Picking Scabs
Producer: Victorian Yvonne Collins
Exec Producers: Helen Gregory, Emile Sherman; Samantha Strauss, Louise Gough, Kaitlyn Dever
Writers: Samantha Strauss, Anya Beyersdorf, Angela Betzien
Director: Jeffrey Walker

Described as a true-ish story, based on a lie, Apple Cider Vinegar tells the story of two women who set out to cure life-threatening illnesses through health and wellness, motivating their online followers along the way. All of which would be inspiring if it were true.

Cast: Kaitlyn Dever, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Aisha Dee, Mark Coles Smith, Ashley Zukerman, Tilda Cobham-Hervey

Critical Incident

Produced by Matchbox Pictures
Creator: Sarah Bassiuoni
Writers: Sarah Bassiuoni, Ruth Underwood, Hannah Fitzpatrick, Natasha Henry.
Directors: Neil Sharma, Daniel Nettheim
Network: Stan

Psychological drama series Critical Incident follows a police officer who, in pursuit of a teenage suspect onto a busy train platform, knocks a bystander onto the train tracks, critically injuring him. As an intense investigation commences, the lives of the pursued and the pursuer are thrown into turmoil.

Cast: Akshay Khanna, Zoë Boe, Roxie Mohebbi, Hunter Page-Lochard, Jai Waetford, Jackson Heywood, Zindzi Okenyo, Simone Kessell, Erik Thomson

The Dark Lake

Produced by Brouhaha Entertainment
Exec Producers: Phoebe Tonkin,

Based on Sarah Bailey’s debut novel of the same name, the story follows Detective Gemma Woodstock as she is forced to confront the secrets of her past when assigned to the murder of her high school nemesis in her small and tight-knit hometown. Through law enforcement, Gemma anchors herself to the dichotomy of right and wrong, in an effort to redeem her own deeply compromised decisions.

Cast: Phoebe Tonkin


Produced by
Creator: Lucy Coleman
Exec Producers: Nicole O’Donohue, Shaun Grant, Justin Kurzel
Writers: Lucy Coleman
Directors: Bonnie Moir
Network: Stan

A psychological thriller filmed in Sydney and Port Kembla, Exposure follows a photographer returning to her hometown after the death of her best friend, who discovers the hidden secrets of their relationship and the truth of the tragedy. Believing the corrosive actions of a man pushed her friend over the edge, Jacs throws herself out as bait, beginning an investigation that becomes an obsessive, impulsive pursuit. Channelling her actions through sex and the darkroom, Jacs’s search for answers becomes a turbulent, unruly quest into the depths of processing present day grief whilst reckoning with the past.

Cast: Alice Englert as Jacs Gould, Essie Davis, Mia Artemis, Thomas Weatherall, Sean Keenan, Ewen Leslie, George Mason, Christian Byers, David Howell, Thom Green, Domino McCathrion, Victoria Haralabidou, Daniel Frederiksen


Produced by
Network: Paramount+

Inspired by Stephanie Wood’s bestselling book, this eight-part series delivers a gripping meditation on love in a world of lies and deceit. Fake follows Birdie Bell (Keddie), a brilliant magazine features writer who thinks she’s found ‘the one’ when she meets successful grazier Joe Burt (Wenham) on a dating app.

Cast: Asher Keddie, David Wenham, Heather Mitchell, Nicholas Brown, Spencer McLaren

Four Years

Produced by Easy Tiger Productions
Creator/Writer: Mithila Gupta
Network: SBS

The story of a married couple trying to find each other again after being separated for four years. The series follows the turbulent marriage of two young Indian lovers, Sridevi and Yash, through three timelines, told through dual perspectives. Full of romance and the desire to find someone you once loved again, this ground-breaking Australian series uses the Hindi and English languages interchangeably. (8x30min)


Good Cop/Bad Cop

Produced by Jungle Entertainment and Future Shack Entertainment
Exec Producers: Phil Lloyd, Trent O’Donnell
Writers: John Quaintance, Phil Lloyd, Steve Joe, Julie de Fina, Steve Toltz, Clare Sladden, Sarinah Masukor
Directors: Trent O’Donnell, Natalie Bailey, Gracie Otto, Corrie Chen
Network: Stan

A procedural comedic drama that follows Lou and Henry, a sister and brother detective team in a small Pacific Northwest police force who must contend with colourful residents, a serious lack of resources, and their very complicated dynamic with each other and their police chief, Big Hank — who happens to be their father. (8x??min)

Cast: Leighton Meester, Clancy Brown, ...

The Good Hustle

Produced by Little Giant
Producers: Elle Croxford, Alexandra Doering

Drama (10x30min)

Cast: Tammin Sursock, Francesca Hung, Lisa Flanagan, Gemma Forsyth, Brooke Lee, Sophie Bloom, Michael Tuahine, Tim Robards, Adam Saunders, Brayden Dalmazzone

Human Error

Produced by Roadshow Rough Diamond
Producers: Greg Haddrick, Dan Edwards, Samantha Winston
Writers: Samantha Winston, Gregor Jordan, Greg Haddrick
Directors: Fiona Banks, Mat King

6x60 drama series

Cast: Leeanna Walsman, Rahel Romahn, Stephen Peacocke, Matt Day, Rob Collins, Steve Bisley, Emily Joy, Ethan Lwin, Debra Lawrance, Daniela Farinacci, Jane Allsop, Anthony J Sharpe

Invisible Boys

Produced by Feisty Dame Productions and Asphodel Films
Creator: Nicholas Verso
Producers: Tania Chambers, Nicholas Verso
Directors: Nicholas Verso
Network: Stan

A 10-episode drama based on Holden Sheppard’s multi-award winning LGBTQIA+ novel.

Cast: Joseph Zada, Aydan Calafiore, Zach Blampied, Joe Klocek, Pia Miranda, David Lyons

The Last Anniversary

Produced by Made Up Stories, Blossom Films and Fifth Season
Writers: Samantha Strauss,
Director: John Polson
Network: Foxtel

Based on Liane Moriarty’s bestselling novel, The Last Anniversary is a wickedly funny, heartfelt dramedy wrapped in a gripping mystery about family, motherhood and the women who define the generations that come after them.

Cast: Jeremy Lindsay Taylor, Helen Thomson, Uli Latukefu, Charlie Garber, Susan Prior, Miranda Richardson, Claude Scott-Mitchell, Danielle MacDonald, Teresa Palmer

The Narrow Road to the Deep North

Produced by Curio Picture
Producer: Alexandra Taussig
Writer: Shaun Grant
Director: Justin Kurzel
Network: Prime Video

Set against the shadows of World War II, the series tells the epic story of Lieutenant Dorrigo Evans, and how his all-too-brief love affair with Amy Mulvaney shaped his life. The story is told over multiple time periods, as we journey from Evans’ childhood to his experience as a prisoner-of-war on the Thailand-Burma Railway as a young man, and later in life, as a respected surgeon and Australian war hero. Based on Richard Flanagan’s Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name. (5x60min)

Cast: Jacob Elordi, Odessa Young, Olivia DeJonge, Simon Baker, Ciarán Hinds, Heather Mitchell, Thomas Weatherall, Show Kasamatsu, Charles An


Produced by Matchbox Productions
Producers: Stephen Corvini, Alice Nash
Writers: Bruce Gladwin, Chris Anastassiades, Stuart Page, Dannika Horvat, Tim Williams
Director: Bruce Gladwin

When cleaners Des and Tam come into contact with The Animal, their lives take an unexpected turn from model citizens to renegade members of The Resistance.


The Office

Produced by Bunya Productions, Amazon Studios, BBC Studios ANZ
Producers: Kylie Washington, Jackie van Beek

Cast: Felicity Ward, Edith Poor, Steen Raskopoulos, Shari Sebbens, Josh Thomson, Jonny Brugh, Pallavi Sharda, Susan Ling Young, Raj Labade, Lucy Schmit, Firas Dirani


Produced by Roadshow Rough Diamond and Modern Convict Films
Executive Producers: Brendan Cowell, Louise Smith
Producers: John Edwards, Dan Edwards, Jonathan Duncan
Creator/Writer: Brendan Cowell
Directors: Wayne Blair, Margie Beattie
Network: ABC (2025)

Plum follows Peter ‘The Plum’ Lum (Brendan Cowell), a 49-year-old national football treasure who lives with his son Gavin (Vincent Miller) and girlfriend Charmaine (María Dupláa) in Cronulla. It looks like Plum is living the dream until he discovers he has a brain disorder as result of the hundreds of head knocks and concussions he suffered on the field. The new diagnosis doesn’t receive its intended effect, as Plum would sooner hide, run and head to the pub for drinks with the boys and pretend everything is peaches. But hiding from the truth isn’t easy when your ex-wife (Asher Keddie) cares too much and your son comes to realise the father he worships is falling off his mantle and the game they love might be to blame.

Cast: Brendan Cowell, Asher Keddie, Vincent Miller, María Dupláa, Susie Porter, Jemaine Clement, Charlotte Friels, Crystal Nguyen, Talijah Blackman-Corowa, Andy Ryan, Janet Anderson, John Tui, Jenni Baird


Produced by Headspace Entertainment
Executive Producers: Georgia Mappin, Darren McFarlane Writers: Jaime Browne, Jub Clerc
Director: Tony Rogers

From director Tony Rogers, writer Jaime Browne and author Strephyn Mappin comes a darkly comic coming of age story set in 1970’s country Australia, inside a family defined by tradition… ritualised cannibalism.


Sunny Nights

Produced by Jungle Entertainment and Echo Lake Entertainment
Writers: Marieke Hardy, Lally Katz, Clare Sladden, Niki Aken, Ty Freer, Nick Keetch
Director: Trent O’Donnell
Network: Stan

Sunny Nights is about how a little bit of sun, a change of scenery, and a touch of violent crime can help a person find their true self. The series follows two siblings who venture to Sydney determined to grow their struggling spray tan business, but when they get caught up in the city’s criminal underworld, they must figure out how to stay alive, out of prison, and in the black.


The Survivors

Produced by Tony Ayres Productions, Matchbox Pictures and Universal International Studios
Producers: Andy Walker
Executive Producers: Tony Ayres, Andrea Denholm, Matt Vitins, Cherie Nowlan, Jane Harper
Writers: Tony Ayres, Belinda Chayko, Christian White, Peter Templeman, Alberto Di Troia
Directors: Cherie Nowlan, Ben Lucas
Network: Netflix

Set in a Tasmanian seaside town, The Survivors is a crime-mystery series which explores the impact of unresolved grief. Based on Jane Harper’s novel of the same name.

Cast: tba

Swift Street

Produced by Magpie Pictures
Producers: Lois Randall and Ivy Mak
Creator & Writers: Tig Terera
Network: SBS

A fast, funny, and gritty family crime drama, set in inner-city Melbourne, where the rich and poor collide. It tells the story of 21-year-old street smart Elsie who must team up with her jaded old-school hustler father, Robert, to get him out of debt and save him from a merciless crime boss who wants her money NOW. The pair embark on a series of hectic scrapes and near misses as Elsie commits to help Robert hustle for the money. But with an unhinged gang of debt collectors on the trail the duo must carry out a series of increasingly serious crimes, against a ticking clock while fumbling through their dysfunctional relationship.

Cast: tba

The Upside of Over

Produced by RevLover Films Pty Ltd
Producers: Lauren Edwards, Martha Coleman
Writers: Josephine Dee Barrett

When her inner-most sexual fantasy goes viral, Australia’s most beloved newsreader Olivia Law must reassess the life she’s meticulously built for herself and tackle the age-old question; what do women really want? And how exactly do you rebuild yourself when you never really knew who you were to begin with?


Tales from Outer Suburbia

Produced by Highly Spirited and Flying Bark Productions
Producers: Sophie Byrne, Alexia Gates-Foale
Exec Producers: Barbara Stephen, Bernadette O’Mahony, Julia Adams, Francesca Hope
ABC Exec Producers: Libbie Doherty, Jo Boag
Writers: Sam Carroll, Lally Katz
Director: Noel Cleary
Network: ABC

Based on Shaun Tan’s book, Tales from Outer Suburbia tells the story of clever “almost 13-year-old” Klara and her younger brother Pim, who begin experiencing weird and miraculous phenomena as they go about their everyday life in Australian suburbia, whether that be spotting a water buffalo hiding in the long grass in a vacant lot, or discovering a secret garden deep within the walls of their home. (12x30min)


Thou Shalt Not Steal

Produced by Ludo Studios and Since 1788 Productions
Producers: Charlie Aspinwall, Daley Pearson, Sophie Miller, Sam Moor
Exec Producers: Tanith Glynn-Maloney, Cailah Scobie, Donna Chang
Director: Dylan River
Network: Stan

The series follows Robyn (Watson), a young Aboriginal delinquent searching for the truth behind a mysterious family secret, who escapes from detention and reluctantly teams up with awkward teenager Gidge (McDonald). Together they flee her small central desert community on a perilous journey across the outback, finding answers and learning some hard life lessons along the way. Hot on their heels are Maxine (Otto), a sex trafficker whose taxi Robyn stole, and Gidge’s domineering father Robert (Taylor), a fraudulent preacher. (8x45min)

Cast: Sherry-Lee Watson, Will McDonald, Miranda Otto, Noah Taylor, Natasha Wanganeen, Warren H Williams, William McKenna, Darren Gilshenan, Shari Sebbens, Fiona O’Loughlin, Damian Walshe-Howling, Geoff Morrell, Justin Rosniak, Andy Golledge, Eddie Baroo, Fletcher Humphreys

Watching You

Produced by Lingo Pictures
Producer: Jason Stephen
Exec Producer: Helen Bowden
Network: Stan

Based on J.P Pomare’s novel The Last Guests, Watching You is a gripping psychological thriller. After her passionate one-night stand is captured by hidden cameras, Lina sets out to unmask an insidious voyeur who threatens to destroy her life.