Mystery Road is Australian Drama TV series. Produced by Bunya Productions. Stars: Aaron Pedersen, Judy Davis, Deborah Mailman. It first aired on Jun 03, 2018, on ABC. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.6 *. Won the AACTA Award, ADG Award. Mystery Road is filmed in Australia.
How Many Seasons Of Mystery Road Were Made: 1 (6 episodes)
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Season premieres on June 3, 2018
Finale: July 1, 2018
ABC, 6 episodes
Mystery Road is on ABC (Australia) Sundays at 6 pm
S1E6 (The Truth) - Air Date: Jul 01, 2018 (about a year ago)
BBC Four acquires Australian drama Mystery Road - per Seenit
Caroline Stephenson, SVP at EMEA North at all3media international, added: “Mystery Road is a perfect show for BBC Four – its distinct Outback setting and Australian Noir approach to the crime genre will be relished by the channel’s discerning drama audience.”
Mystery Road star Madeleine Madden acts on diversity - according to Thewest
“I used to watch a lot of American Disney Channel or Nickelodeon because I felt like there was more representation on those shows, so there were more people that I could personally relate to. And you know, I definitely think we’ve made big progress but there’s still a lot more room to go and, by working on jobs like this, that’s big steps.”
In the parlance of its outback setting, Mystery Road ends a long dry spell - per Smh
The show is solid, which is a welcome outcome for the ABC, and a relief for anyone who sat through the long form versions of Wolf Creek and Romper Stomper. Sen is an executive producer, but Mystery Road has been shaped by producers David Jowsey and Greer Simpkin, a sizeable writers' room, and director Rachel Perkins (Redfern Now, the feature film Jasper Jones). What they've done emphasises the differences in format between a movie and a series.
What's on TV this week: Killing Eve, Kimmy Schmidt, Mystery Road and more - by News
We waited seven years between seasons three and four so it feels kind of like mercy that we only had to wait five years for season five, or at least the first half of season five, and all eight episodes will run back-to-back marathon-style. After a lacklustre previous season, creator Mitchell Hurwitz has gone back to the formula that he knows will work and win back all those fans that either hated season four or didn’t even bother finishing it.