The Twelve


Just finished watching the first season last night. It took me a couple of episodes to get into it but then it got really good and I binged the rest in a few days.

Sam Neill is on the cover of Stellar magazine inside News Corp papers this Sunday.

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Tasma Walton is on the cover of Sunday Life magazine inside The Sun-Herald and Sunday Age today. (paywall article)

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To celebrate the new season premiere of BINGE Original series The Twelve, stars Sam Neill, Frances O’Connor, Amy Mathews, Fayssal Bazzi, Anthony Brandon Wong, Stefanie Caccamo and Sharon Johal, walked the gold carpet for the world premiere at Sydney’s Ritz Cinema tonight (Monday 8th July), joined by fellow cast and crew.

Partnering with ACCTA’s, BINGE premiered the first episode of the new season to a full theatre of guests, followed by a Q+A with Alison Hurbert-Burns, Commissioner Foxtel Group and Executive Producer. Stars joined Hubert-Burns on stage to discuss the new season, filming in Western Australia and what to expect from the jurors.

Season 1 was a critically acclaimed success and is one of the Foxtel Groups most premium and awarded drama series. Season 2, is an 8-part series filmed in West Australia and features a new crime, a new jury and two ex-lovers accused of murder.

Acclaimed actor Sam Neill (Jurassic Park, Peaky Blinders) returns to reprise his role as Brett Colby SC with the second season also starring Frances O’Connor (The End, The Missing) , Tasma Walton (Mystery Road, Sweet As), Kris McQuade (Rosehaven, Deadloch), Amy Mathews (A Place to Call Home*,** The Claremont Murders*), Erroll Shand (The Clearing, Our Flag Means Death), Fayssal Bazzi (Shantaram, Stateless), Josh McKenzie (La Brea, Five Bedrooms), Anthony Brandon Wong (Queen of Oz, The Family Law), Stefanie Caccamo (Fighting Season, Three Summers), Sharon Johal (Shantaram, Girl At The Window), Luke Pegler (Ladies In Black, Hacksaw Ridge), Adriano Cappelletta (In Our Blood, Apples Never Fall), Nelson Baker (The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, Bad Mothers), Greg McNeill (How To Please A Woman, Kid Snow), Suesha Rana (Itch, How To Please A Woman), Brad Francis (Radio Man, Kid Snow) and Isabelle Bäsén.

Production credit: The Twelve Season 2 is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia and Easy Tiger Productions for the Foxtel Group, with major production investment from Screenwest and the Western Australian Production Attraction Incentive. It is distributed globally by Fifth Season. Producers: Ally Henville, Hamish Lewis, Ian Collie and Rob Gibson; Executive Producers: Michael Brooks, Sarah L. Walker, Sam Neill, Alison Hurbert-Burns and Penny Win. Head of Scripted Originals, Foxtel Group Lana Greenhalgh. Directors: Stevie Cruz-Martin, Mark Joffe, Ben Young and Emma Jackson Written by Sarah L. Walker, Anchuli Felicia King, Anya Beyersdorf and Anna Barnes.

Photography Credits: James Gourley

The Twelve Season 2 premieres Thursday 11 July on BINGE and is available on Huble and Thursday 11 July on Showcase at 8.30pm and available On Demand.

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I was in attendance of the Season 2 premiere, held at Randwick Ritz.

(my photos. Apologies for bad picture quality. I need to update my phone!)

Only episode 1 was shown to the audience, with a brief Q&A afterwards. They mentioned that they filmed in Western Australia for close to five months (not sure if that includes some post production or not). The court scenes were filmed on a set studio in the ABC Studios. Each episode will drop on Binge weekly. There are 8 episodes in total.

Episode one was great. A lot of characters to get your head around. Another great “whodunnit” of a show.

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