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A Place to Call Home
TRAILER: A Place To Call Home - Season FourNews
The 12 episode season will focus on the relationships between the characters as affected by two contrasting social issues in 1954.
AIRDATE: A Place To Call Home Season FourProgramming
The 12 episode season will focus on the relationships between the characters as affected by two contrasting social issues in 1954. The first is the conservative wave of fear generated by the “Reds ender the beds” scare surrounding The Petrov Affair.
Production commences today for A Place To Call Home Season 4 | @FoxtelNews
Season four will focus on the relationships between the characters as affected by two contrasting social issues. The first is the conservative wave of fear generated by the “Reds Under the Beds” scare surrounding The Petrov Affair. The second, the wave of liberal change that opened up new social and moral choices.
Alternate ending for A Place to Call Home - Now available on @PrestoStreaming
From this week, the alternate ending to the finale of Aussie drama A Place to Call Home has been added to Presto.
Airdate: A Place to Call Home returns for Season 3 @Foxtel @SoHoTVauNews
As a lead up for the new season, Foxtel will air the alternate season two finale on the 13th September featuring a never-before-seen ending, described as the “final minutes that change everything.”
Foxtel rescues A Place to Call Home @FoxtelNews
The Seven Network and Foxtel today confirmed the signing of a landmark agreement that will see Seven Productions produce one of Australia’s most-watched drama series, A Place to Call Home, exclusively for Foxtel.
In a move that will delight passionate fans of the show, Foxtel has made an initial order of two seasons of the popular period drama. The third series of the top-rating program, which averaged 2.2 million national viewers during its first two seasons on the Seven Network, will premiere only on Foxtel’s SoHo drama channel next year. The agreement underlines Seven Productions’ leadership in Australian programming and is a significant step for the business in expanding its production of programming beyond the Seven Network.
Today’s agreement was announced by Foxtel Executive Director of Television, Brian Walsh, and Seven’s Network Director of Production, Brad Lyons.
Mr Walsh, said: "A Place to Call Home is Australia’s most loved drama series and has captured the hearts of millions of fans across the country. We are proud to partner with the Seven Network on this landmark deal and ensure that audiences can continue to enjoy this beautifully crafted and elegantly produced series for a further two seasons.
“The Seven Network has produced Australian television’s most successful drama series of all time and we are delighted to partner with the highly experienced creative team at Seven, who will now work their magic for Foxtel subscribers,“ he said.
“Foxtel is committed to bringing our subscribers captivating and entertaining television from around the world. This new addition to our slate means that we have a burgeoning Australian drama story to complement the outstanding series we have secured exclusively from HBO and more recently, the BBC. There has never been a better time to have Foxtel,” he said.
Seven Productions has recently created two new international programming ventures 7Wonder and 7Beyond. Both are well-advanced in the creation of new programming for the United Kingdom and United States television markets that builds on Seven’s leadership in the creation and production of highly successful programming, including Home and Away, My Kitchen Rules, Border Security, A Place to Call Home, House Rules and Packed to the Rafters. Seven’s original formats and produced programmes are sold into more than 130 markets around the world.
Commenting, Mr Lyons said: “This is a terrific signing. All of us are proud of A Place to Call Home and its success.Today’s agreement is great for Seven Productions and it is also a tremendous signing for the cast and crew of the programme and the millions of people who love the programme.
“Seven Productions is expanding its presence in the creation and production of programming and content for markets here and overseas. Our partnership with Foxtel is an important cornerstone in the continuing rapid development of our production business and builds on the continuing international success of our programmes, including Home and Away and My Kitchen Rules.
Foxtel’s Head of Drama, Penny Win, added: “A Place to Call Home continues Foxtel’s strong commitment to Australian storytelling and locally produced drama. It is the ideal project to complement our other major scripted series for 2015, Wentworth, The Kettering Incident and Deadline Gallipoli.
“We look forward to welcoming the fine cast of A Place to Call Home, including Marta Dusseldorp, Noni Hazlehurst, Brett Climo and Craig Hall to Foxtel screens next year.”
A Place to Call Home is a sweeping romantic drama set in 1950s rural Australia. Created by Bevan Lee (Packed to the Rafters, Winners and Losers, Always Greener), the series follows the lives of the Blighs, a wealthy and complicated pastoralist family, who live in Inverness, New South Wales. The first season, which screened in 2013, was watched by a combined weekly audience of 2.2 million viewers. It has been lauded by critics who hailed it as 'captivating', 'mesmerising' and 'a class act'.
Development on the new third season will begin shortly.