The Kettering Incident
The Kettering Incident is Australian Drama TV series. Created by Vicki Madden. Produced by Porchlight Films. Stars: Elizabeth Debicki, Matthew Le Nevez, Henry Nixon. Also known as Случай в Кеттеринге in Russia. It debuted on Jul 04, 2016, on Showcase. IMDb's user rating for the series is 6.9 *. Winner of the AACTA Award, Silver Logie. The Kettering Incident is set in Australia.
How Many Seasons Of The Kettering Incident: 1 (8 episodes)
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Season premieres on July 4, 2016
Finale: August 15, 2016
Showcase, 8 episodes
The Kettering Incident is on Showcase (Australia) Mondays at 6 pm
S1E8 (The Homecoming) - Air Date: Aug 15, 2016 (3 years ago)
Second season of The Kettering Incident to go deeper and darker, says creator Vicki Madden - The Mercury - via Themercury
Last year, the program was awarded the Special Jury Prize at the Series Mania Festival in Paris and also claimed best telefeature or miniseries at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards.
The Kettering Incident review: Matt Le Nevez is almost unrecognisable - NEWS.com.au - per News
It’s somewhat disconcerting to see him in that first episode, in flagrante with Sacha Horler’s character in a seedy motel room. He looks bloated, pasty — and not at all like the chiselled presence that caught Nina’s eye as he wandered the halls of St Francis Hospital.
TV review: The Kettering Incident - The Sydney Morning Herald - according to Smh
The remainder of the cast reads like a hand-picked who's who: the remarkable Alison Whyte, who inhabits her scenes with a queasy uncertainty of purpose, plus Sacha Horler, Damian Garvey and Ben Oxenbould, who bring an earthy truth to their roles. The show takes the ordinary and nudges it up the blade of a knife until it's unbearable. Every scene feels rich, given enough time to breathe.
The Kettering Incident: Mystery of the eerie lights in the woods - The Australian - by Theaustralian
Then another girl, the coltish free spirit Chloe (Sianoa Smit-McPhee), another who has seen the mysterious lights of Kettering, disappears in eerily similar circumstances. In this week’s episode when her phone is found crushed in the forest, local cop Fergus (Henry Nixon) tells her parents, the squabbling Holloways (Damien Garvey and Sacha Horler), the police will mount a search.