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  • ABC to Win the Week with Wrapsheet (Published in News) 23-04-2021
    Australian pubcaster the ABC has commissioned half-hour quizshow Win the Week, which pairs everyday Aussies with celebrities and forces them to betray their teammates to win.
  • Komixx preps Aussie supernatural thriller (Published in News) 23-04-2021
    The Australian arm of transatlantic film and TV prodco Komixx Entertainment is developing an Indigenous supernatural thriller inspired by the tumultuous early life of the uncle of Australian filmmaker and actress Karla Hart.
  • ABC goes Troppo with EQ, Beyond, AGC (Published in News) 22-04-2021
    Australian pubcaster the ABC has commissioned a crime drama that follows an ex-cop falsely accused of a disturbing crime as he teams up with a female private investigator who served time for murder.
  • ABC boards Oz surfing drama (Published in News) 22-04-2021
    Australian pubcaster the ABC has confirmed its investment in 1970s-set drama Barons, which follows two hippie surfers who are best friends but later become fierce business rivals.
  • Nine takes Lego Masters to S5 (Published in News) 22-04-2021
    Australia’s Nine Network has commissioned two further seasons of Lego Masters after the third launched last Monday, winning its time slot.
  • ABC orders school anti-racism doc (Published in News) 22-04-2021
    Australian pubcaster the ABC has ordered a documentary series that follows a Western Sydney primary school’s mission to eliminate racial bias among students.
  • NZ On Air reappoints chair, hires two (Published in News) 22-04-2021
    New Zealand funding agency NZ On Air has reappointed chair Ruth Harley for a further three years and filled two newly created posts.
  • China’s iQiyi to expand down under (Published in News) 21-04-2021
    Chinese streamer iQiyi plans to launch in Australia and New Zealand in partnership with Sun Entertainment Production Australia.
  • NZ gov’t ups Lord of the Rings grant (Published in News) 19-04-2021
    The New Zealand government has increased the screen production grant for Amazon Studios’ The Lord of the Rings series while revealing the first season is expected to spend NZ$650m (US$464m) in the country.
  • Nine Network – Australia (Published in Alerts) 16-04-2021
    SCHEDULE WATCH PROFILE: Australia’s top-rating commercial broadcaster Nine Network is on the lookout for hot new formats and shows for 2022.
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