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Undercurrent: Real Murder Investigation
Seven,

2019

| Drama, Crime, Documentary
Rating: 1/5

Sandy Bay, Hobart. January 27, 2009. 55-year-old mother of two Sue Neill-Fraser is woken by a call from the police - her yacht is sinking out in the bay. Sue's partner Bob Chappell who was sleeping on board has disappeared. The boat has been sabotaged, blood spatters the cabin stairs, a knife lies on the floor... Bob is never seen again - alive or dead. Sue soon becomes a suspect in Bob's murder investigation. During interviews with detectives she is caught in a string of lies. Seven months later, Detectives arrest Sue charging her with murder. Sue strongly maintains her innocence. While evidence is circumstantial and there is no body, the case against her is strong enough to go to court. After a high-profile murder trial that splits the tight Hobart community, Sue is found guilty. In October 2010 she is sentenced to 26 years in prison. But this case is far from closed... a band of supporters refuse to accept that Sue Neill-Fraser is a killer and they begin their own investigation, much of it filmed as it happens. In the tradition of The Jinx and Making a Murderer comes Undercurrent - a gripping Australian true crime series; an active unfolding investigation involving underworld sources and the chase for a key piece of physical evidence that could free Sue from prison, and finally unlock the shocking true story of what happened to Bob Chappell that night.


Blue Murder: Killer Cop
Seven,

2017

| Drama, Crime

A floating body, a drug deal gone wrong, and two former detectives the perpetrators. Life imprisonment is the end of Roger Rogerson's story. The last Blue Murder ended with his expulsion in disgrace from the NSW Police Force. In this instalment he struggles to make a living in a world that's rapidly changing, caught between the pressures of criminals, police and a love that might save him.


Dancing with the Stars (Aus)
Seven,

2004

| Family, Reality
Rating: 1/5

Dancing with the Stars pairs celebrities with professional ballroom dancers who each week compete against each other in a dance-off to impress a panel of judges and ultimately the viewing public in order to survive potential elimination. Through a telephone and SMS voting, viewers vote for the duo they think should remain in the competition. Judges' scores are combined with the viewer votes when determining which duo is eliminated.


Highway Patrol
Seven,

2009

| Documentary
Rating: 3/5

Take a seat and buckle-up; we're in for a wild ride with Highway Patrol. Highway Patrol takes a rare fly-on-the-wall glimpse into the working lives of the Australian police officers who spend their days striving to keep our roads safe. From high-speed chases to violent conflicts and catching speeding drivers to investigating crash scenes, officers of the Victoria Police Traffic Units spend each day on the front line.


All Saints
Seven,

1998

| Drama
Rating: 5/5

All Saints is a popular Australian medical drama which airs on the Seven Network, and various international networks. The programme debuted on 24 February 1998 and soon became one of Australia's highest-rating dramas. All Saints also achieved popularity overseas, particularly in Ireland and the United Kingdom. The series is set in a fictional Sydney suburban hospital, All Saints General Western Hospital. Its stories originally focused on the lives of the nurses of Ward 17, which was also known as the "garbage ward" because it took the overflow of patients. In 2004, after a year of low ratings, producers drastically overhauled the series, shifting focus from Ward 17 to the Emergency Department. A new set was established, many old characters were dropped and many new ones introduced. With this change, the series also came to focus more upon the lives of the doctors, as well as the nurses as it had in the past.


Murder Uncovered

Just when you thought you knew it all... The breakthrough investigative series that will blow wide open some of the worst, most infamous cases of killings and crimes in Australian criminal history.


Australian Gangster

A wild tale of gangster ambition. The Instagram generation westie underworld collides with Sydney's glamorous social elite. A world of spray tans, steroids, tatts, laundered drug money and Lamborghinis. All of this and the pursuit of a happy family life. It's very funny, even amidst all the murders and mayhem. It's just the kind of crazy story that Gregor Jordan is the perfect person to tell.


Emergency Call

Emergency Call takes you behind-the-scenes of the call centres that respond to 000 calls. Follow these unsung heroes who can often make the difference between life and death.


Million Dollar Cold Case
Seven,

2017

| Documentary
Rating: 3/5

Million Dollar Cold Case is cracking open the files of unsolved murders that have frustrated police and devastated grieving families for years. Police are determined to catch the killers, and have offered one million dollar rewards to help solve these horrific crimes. Million Dollar Cold Case takes the viewer inside each investigation as cold case detectives track down the murderer. They have a message for the killers - you will be caught. Someone, somewhere knows who did it.


Gold Coast Medical
Seven,

2016

| Medical, Documentary
Rating: 4/5

Gold Coast Medical is an unprecedented new series that takes a deep dive into their high-stakes world - following the heroic work of the varied real-life medical personnel who make up the Gold Coast's largest hospital (the newly renovated $1.7 billion Gold Coast University Hospital) and vital ambulance services - like we've never seen them before.From the paramedics and trauma teams (featuring access to the dramatic triple zero emergency calls), to the cardiologists, obstetricians, neurosurgeons, plastic surgeons, paediatric nurses, and oncologists - this compelling new observational documentary series has gained widespread access across several departments - following all kinds of medical stories through the eyes of unforgettable characters.


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