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Wake in Fright

Wake in Fright is Australian Drama TV series. Stars: Sean Keenan, Alex Dimitriades, Caren Pistorius. It premiered on Oct 08, 2017, on Network Ten. IMDb's user rating for the series is 6.0 *. Won the AACTA Award. Wake in Fright is set in Australia.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of Wake in Fright Are There Total: 1 (2 episodes)

Season 2

Network Ten

Season 1

Season premieres on October 8, 2017

Network Ten, 2 episodes

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'Wake in Fright' What Time Does it Start?

Wake in Fright is on Network Ten (Australia) Sundays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 2 (Part 2) - Air Date: Oct 15, 2017 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

The force may be with Wake in Fright's leading man - Rockhampton Morning Bulletin - via Themorningbulletin

"It makes his fall even harder. He's had a year off alcohol since (his girlfriend) Robin died and he blames himself for her death. That scene at the bar where Jock (the local police officer played by David Wenham) offers him a drink, any alcoholic could testify it's that easy to think that one couldn't hurt. He's in this town, he doesn't know anyone, his guard is down and he looks down at these people, which comes back to bite him."  

Wake in Fright author Kenneth Cook's new Oz-style thriller - The Australian - via Theaustralian

Wake in Fright: Ten revives a cult classic, ad breaks and all - Daily Review - via Dailyreview

Wake in Fright: The newest must-see Australian drama - The New Daily - via Thenewdaily

The making of Wake in Fright: 'I wanted people to watch the film and be sweating' - The Guardian - via Theguardian

Wake in Fright: Why David Wenham thought TV miniseries was 'a stupid idea' - The Sydney Morning Herald - via Smh

Just to be sure, Bowden and her colleagues visited Broken Hill – and called off their search at once. "We all went, 'It just has to be here.' It was the expensive option but definitely the right option."

Sean Keenan, David Wenham join 'Wake in Fright' mini as shooting begins - Inside Film - via If

David Wenham on why he changed his mind about TV's 'Wake in Fright' - Inside Film - via If

Wake in Fright: rewatching classic Australian films - The Guardian - via Theguardian

Director Ted Kotcheff on making Oz classic 'Wake in Fright' - SBS - via Sbs

“Comedy,” he says, “is the hardest thing to do. Something like First Blood is easy, you’ve got a natural structure: the pursued and the pursuing. You’ve got a natural structure to cut from one to the other, waiting for them finally to meet for the climax – structurally it’s so easy. People always say to me ‘what are you going on about comedy for when you talk at film school, it looks like so much fun it must be easy.’ And I say ‘no, comedy is the hardest thing there is. I tell you what – you say or do something that’ll make me laugh – c’mon, c’mon, make me laugh!’ As you see, there’s a problem there.”

Sean Keenan, David Wenham join 'Wake in Fright' mini as shooting begins - IF Online - via If

David Wenham on why he changed his mind about TV's 'Wake in Fright' - IF Online - via If

Wake in Fright review: John Grant goes to hell and back so you don't have to - The Sydney Morning Herald - via Smh

Network Ten forced to change 'Wake in Fright' trailer - Inside Film - via If

'Wake in Fright' and Australian New Wave - New York Times - via Nytimes

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