TV Series created by Gavin Strawhan
Bad Mothers follows five very modern women juggling the big issues of love, family, careers, infidelity... and murder. When their lives collide following a series of shocking events, the Bad Mothers will learn that life can get a whole lot more complicated, more outrageous - and a whole lot more fun - than they ever imagined.
Hyde and Seek
Hyde & Seek, is set in a world where everybody has something to hide, and nobody is what they seem. While investigating a murder, police and immigration officials uncover a network of potential terrorists who have entered Australia under false passports. The enemies of national security are now hiding in plain sight and the race is on to hunt them down before the next atrocity.
Filthy Rich (2016)
The show centres on three illegitimate children who discover they each have a claim to the fortune of one of New Zealand's wealthiest men - John Truebridge. When he dies, these unwanted, unexpected heirs stand to share in his legacy - but not if his legitimate family has anything to do with it!
Miriama Smith (Siege, Legend of the Seeker) leads an incredible cast, playing Brady - the ambitious, younger second wife of John Snr. She thought she'd inherit it all - or at least share in the spoils of a legacy with her step-son, John Jnr - played by Josh McKenzie (Shortland Street, Power Rangers).
But secrets are revealed, alliances forged and suddenly there are three cuckoos in the nest - with no intention of leaving soon. Alex Tarrant (When We Go To War, 800 Words) plays athletic Joe, who is shocked to find he's from somewhere else entirely and his whole life has been a lie. Newcomers Taylor Hall and Emma Fenton play easy-going but secretive Vader and wily, beautiful Savannah respectively.
Elizabeth Hawthorne (Outrageous Fortune) plays John Snr's eccentric sister Nancy, Jodie Rimmer (In My Father's Den) plays Lorna, the mother of Savannah, Mike Edward (Spartacus) as Fisher and Erroll Shand (Underbelly) as strip club owner Karl.
Featuring a stellar line-up of Kiwi actors as supporting cast members, the 20 episode series also includes: Theresa Healey, Emily Robins, Jared Turner and Bonnie Soper and rising stars Shushila Takao, Luciane Buchanan, Xana Tang and Siobhan Page.
Filled with scandal, intrigue and backstabbing, Filthy Rich is sure to keep Kiwi audiences thrilled to the end, wondering who will ultimately win - and rise to the top of the Truebridge Empire. Let the games begin!
When We Go To War
When We Go To War focuses on the impact the war has on a middle New Zealand, Pakeha family and a Maori brother and sister.
This spectacular drama cuts between life at home, Gallipoli and Egypt. The series begins in a time of optimism and hope, on the eve of war. New Zealand has one of the highest living standards in the world, is part of the mighty British Empire and few can foresee the horrors soon to come.
As the series - and the war - progress, the changing lives of those back home are contrasted with the experiences of New Zealand soldiers in the trenches and the lives of nurses in makeshift hospitals in Egypt. The war puts an enormous strain on existing relationships - while new ones develop.
"Nothing Trivial" is funny, warm and romantic and about people at a crossroads in their lives, particularly when it comes to finding that significant other to love and grow old with. It's about people trying to find the answers to life's big questions, while answering a whole lot of small and trivial ones... and winning the bar tab while they're at it!
This Is Not My Life
A sci-fi mystery from New Zealand about a man who wakes up in an idyllic, affluent and futuristic suburb without the faintest idea who he is or how he came to be there.
The series is centred on four friends, Amy, Britta, Cody and Kevin, living in North Shore City. Dissatisfied with their lives, they decide in the opening episode to each set a goal for the next year. The goals are to become rich, to become famous, to be married, and to buy a sports steering wheel.