Long Lost Family Australia
Long Lost Family Australia is Australian Documentary TV series. Produced by WTFN Entertainment. Stars: Anh Do, Julia Robson, Chrissie Swan. Also known as ¿Dónde está mi familia? in Spain. It premiered on Mar 16, 2016, on Network Ten. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.5 *.
How Many Seasons Of Long Lost Family Australia Have There Been: 1 (8 episodes)
Season premieres on March 16, 2016
Network Ten, 8 episodes
Long Lost Family Australia is on Network Ten (Australia) Wednesdays at 8 pm
Season 1 Episode 8 (Episode 8) - Air Date: May 11, 2016 (3 years ago)
Long Lost Family: Viewers notice something ODD - OK! magazine - via Ok
During Tuesday’s moving episode, Long Lost Family host Nicky Campbell made the effort to search for Laura’s father and reunite the family – however, as he did this, viewers noticed something rather odd.
Today's TV: Long Lost Family (ITV, 9.30pm) - The Northern Echo - via Thenorthernecho
Chrissie Swan is fascinated with people's personal stories on Long Lost Family - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
Woman who was looking for her mum meets her four sisters on Long Lost Family - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
Long Lost Family more touching than any TV drama says CHRISTOPHER STEVENS - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
Wirral woman to feature on new series of ITV's award-winning documentary Long Lost Family tonight - Wirral Globe - via Wirralglobe
Cathie's adoptive parents showed her a letter from her birth mother Adrienne when she was a teenager, thanking Cathie’s adoptive parents for giving her a loving home and asking them to explain to Cathie how much she loved her.
Long Lost Family fans left 'heartbroken' after Ray MISSES chance to meet his mum forever - Express.co.uk - via Express
Long Lost Family host Davina McCall: Reuniting sisters is magical - Express - via Express
London nurse is reunited with her Ecuadorian birth mother on ITV's Long Lost Family - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
Long Lost Family's Cliff Jardine and Sue Ward share story - Daily Mail - via Dailymail
The show uncovered striking similarities between their search for a missing woman with links to Singapore and, after a DNA test, the half-siblings discovered they were related and were looking for the same woman.
Long Lost Family sees man find a brother just a mile away - Daily Mail - via Dailymail