Colourful crime caper series Les Norton , starring Rebel Wilson (Isn't It Romantic, Pitch Perfect), David Wenham (Romper Stomper, Top of the Lake), and, in the titular role, Alexander Bertrand (Australian Gangster, Hyde & Seek) will air on ABC and iview on Sundays at 8:30pm from 4 August.
Australian literary hero Les Norton comes to television in an adaptation of the cult books by Robert G Barrett. DQ hears how the source material has been updated for modern audiences while recreating the style and character of 1980s Sydney.
While the 1980s might not seem that long ago to some, seeing the decade recreated on the small screen for upcoming Australian drama Les Norton makes it clear just how different things were back then.
Hulu's international series featuring Lizzy Caplan, Vicky Krieps and Vincent Kartheiser picks up where the acclaimed film left off.
It might seem odd to use the word "epic" to describe a show that takes place primarily inside a tightly cramped submarine, but Das Boot, the international series that premieres Monday on Hulu and picks up after the 1981 Wolfgang Petersen film of the same name, certainly feels that way.
Is it too facile to say that Europe is a mess—except on TV? In the news, Europe is divided, rife with protest and nationalist movements, seemingly at war with itself. On our small screens we have beautifully produced pan-European dramas with actors from all over the continent, speaking a babel of languages, delivering solid, sophisticated escapism.