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Murra stands on a red dirt road holding an old DLSR camera. She has her hair in a low ponytail and a calico bag on her shoulder.

Sweet As

Sweet As follows 16-year-old Murra, who is on the verge of self-destruction. That is, until her policeman uncle secures an unusual lifeline: a “photo-safari for at-risk kids”. Murra isn’t entirely convinced, but she soon joins cantankerous Kylie, uptight Sean, happy-go-lucky Elvis, and team leaders Fernando and Mitch on a transformative bus trip through the Pilbara.

Mystery Road: Origin

The six-part series explores how a tragic death, an epic love, and the brutal reality of life as a police officer straddling two worlds, form the indelible mould out of which will emerge, Detective Jay Swan.

Iggy & Ace

Iggy and Ace are two gay alcoholic best mates who live, work and play together but after Ace decides to get sober – a rift develops between the them as Iggy balks at the idea of recovery.

The residents of Arcadia Towers standing in front of graffitied building

The Heights Season 2

A slice of life from Arcadia Heights; the critically acclaimed drama dives deeper into the lives of the families of Arcadia Heights and its surrounds, as they take on what life has to throw at them.

David Wenham as Mal and Ahmed Malek as Hanif in a gorge

The Furnace

1897 Western Australia. To escape a harsh existence and return home, a young Afghan cameleer partners with a mysterious bushman on the run with two 400oz Crown-marked gold bars.

Upright

A family outcast drives from Sydney to Perth to see his mother before she dies, but his plans are derailed when a runaway teenager comes into his life.

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