Tidelands "created by the team behind the Network Ten drama Secrets & Lies, will follow an ex-criminal who returns to her hometown to investigate its mysterious local inhabitants, "a group of dangerous half-Sirens, half-humans called ‘Tidelanders’,"

PIne Gap , is a co-production between streaming service Netflix and the ABC, with backing from the South Australian Government and the South Australian Film Corporation.Pine Gap is an international political thriller which is set around the Australian and American joint defence facility at Pine Gap, south-west of the town of Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia

Netflix has signed the comedian Chris Lilley for a 10-part comedy project which has begun production in Queensland.The as-yet-unnamed series is the first for Lilley since 2014’s Jonah from Tonga was screened by the ABC and the BBC and came under fire for its portrayal of Tongan culture and Lilley’s use of “brown face”.‘The series will employ up to 250 cast and extras plus about 100 crew,’ she told the publication at the time.Ten episodes will be filmed on location by the end of June this year.Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is expecting production to inject up to $6.35 million into the local economy.


Thanks for that. Glad they are doing some Australian content.



That picture with it for a split second looked like Fresh Prince of Belair to me.



The “teen” is 25 years old .


People take offence over everything these days. Netflix should go ahead with the show, no one is forcing these people to watch the show.


So they should make whatever they feel like making and not care whether it’s offensive or harmful?


Josh O’Connor and Marion Bailey will play Prince Charles and Queen Mother respectively in seasons 3 and 4 of The Crown.


Basically. There are so many shows being made these days that it’s easy to avoid the ones that offend you. It’s based on the creators own experiences so she should feel free to make a show that she feels like making no matter if it offends some people.


But should they be allowed to make shows that are offensive or harmful, is my point?


What show isn’t offensive to someone to a certain extent these days? Can you imagine how bland TV would be if everyone played it safe all the time?


It’s not the same thing and you know it.


Pretty clear that Netflix knows what it’s doing if it keeps commissioning these revenge porn series over and over


Netflix has renewed Altered Carbon for a second season which will have eight episodes. Anthony Mackie (Falcon in Captain America and The Avengers movies) will take over the lead role of Takeshi Kovacs from Joel Kinnaman in season 1.


It gets people talking and gets them free publicity, it’s just smart business.



On Netflix from Friday 17 August (US time at least).


The comedy specials were filmed at Montreal last week according to Urzila’s Instagram.


… as mentioned on Have You Been Paying Attention?.