The rules of love and intimacy continue to be re-modelled as Gerry appoints himself chief matchmaker and love-god to his grandson Josh - who has been left reeling after a crushing blow from his girlfriend, Rebecca. Gerry takes it upon himself to ensure that the female guests of the Far Out East assist Josh with his romantic recovery.
Sam is back from looking after his son, and Drew and Bella's relationship continues in secret, but Magistrate Peter Lockhart's decisions at The Junction push the community to the edge of anarchy.
With the nickel mine back on track and the bank's foreclosure action briefly averted, Brian (Gerald Lepkowski) finds that CCR's revived 19th century gold mine is under threat when concerns are raised about a nearby creek. Locals and environmentalists are pressuring for its closure. Caz (Katie Wall) finds herself bullied by her old 'greenie' friends as she investigates the site.
A seven part award-winning mini-series event. David McCullough's Pulitzer Prize-winning book and one of the best selling American historical biographies of all time comes to the small screen in this acclaimed HBO production. John Adams chronicles the life of this remarkable historical figure, a man whose fiercely independent spirit, reverence for the rule of law and commitment to personal liberty profoundly influenced the values on which America was founded.
Gorgeously filmed, wonderfully acted, beautifully costumed and staged, smartly edited and extremely amusing - Andrew Davies' multi-award-winning adaptation of Jane Austen's classic Regency romance is one of the most definitive and successful TV period dramas ever.
The three-day cyclonic storm that blew Gerry into town finally departs, leaving in its wake some major damage to the Far Out East. Citing safety regulations, the council demands the resort be repaired by close of business - or forfeit its residency certificate - so Vance leads the charge to set things straight, mustering all hands on deck.
Following on from the award-winning first series, The Circuit returns. City lawyer Drew Ellis' move bush, to tackle the legal system of the remote Kimberley, has helped him turn into a confident black man. But his new sense of belonging comes at a cost, and fitting into his Aboriginal family is not going to be an easy task.
From dark tunnels deep underground and the vast expanse of the Australian desert to the slick boardrooms of London, the new six-part Australian drama series Dirt Game delves into the lives of the passionate men and women working in this tough business. Where one wrong move, either in the pit or in the boardroom, could be your last. A stellar cast, including Joel Edgerton, Shane Connor, Freya Stafford and Katie Wall, bring to life the world of mining and international corporate highflyers.
Be careful what you wish for ... Art Watkins wakes up one morning, five months on since he and his brother Vance re-opened their parents' 70s backpacker hostel - the Far Out East - lying next to Eve in a lovers' embrace, and counts his blessings. The brothers are getting on well, and business is finally starting to pick up.
Major Crime and NSO unite once again as a terror attack looms as a real possibility. Detective Zane Malik uses everything in his power to discover the conspirators and in doing so finally finds out why Agent Angleton was killed.
When Lizzy (Kathryn Beck) visits Bev (Valerie Bader), she likes the look of Dale (Tom Budge), despite announcing her wedding plans with Jai (Fletcher Humphrys).
In the aftermath of the festival, Archie and Clarry face court and potential prison time. Sam makes a tragic discovery about his son, as drew makes a decision about seeing his family.
It's festival time in Broome, and what begins as a relaxing weekend quickly spirals out of control. Drew receives an ultimatum; Peter gets more than he bargained for; and there's tragedy for both Archie and Clarry, when one lands in hospital and the other in prison.
The race to save a young girl from abuse is on, but the law, and the predator's ties with the community and court, make the task seemingly impossible. Bella takes the law into her own hands, and Archie and Clarry find themselves on different sides of the fence, leading to violence.
The shooting of Inspector Patricia Wright's brother unites the team at Major Crime. Can they bring the killers to justice? While the detectives gather together to help their boss, a respected transplant surgeon is murdered. And Malik's wife, fed up with his obsession with work, leaves with their children.
A flurry of racist leaflets and a lack of faith in him, on the part of the people he is trying to help, put Drew in a bad temper. Sam and Drew seem determined to remain on different sides of the fence. Necessity places them in a position where they find out more about each other, as a courtroom decision has tragic consequences.
The Circuit is set in the Kimberley region of North Western Australia. It is a place of two seasons; the wet and the dusty dry. Known for its beauty, vastness and hardship, this region is a land rich in history for its traditional owners, but now sits within the confines of white ownership and white law. This is the home of The Circuit, the Magistrate's Court, which visits far-flung communities several days a month, bringing conveyor-belt justice dealt swiftly and fairly.
Josh is still missing - along with Art's laptop - and the friction between Art and Suzy builds. And Melanie, now abandoned by Vance, has no enthusiasm for her schemes with Terry Adams.
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