City Homicide’s new cops

Nadia Townsend and John Adam play new detectives in Seven's cop drama, returning soon.

ntSeven is about to relaunch City Homicide soon, with a  two hour return. It picks up where it left off,  at episodes 5 and 6 of the third series.

Joining the cast are two new detectives, played by Nadia Townsend and John Adam.

Townsend, who has appeared in Head Start, Fireflies and Knowing, plays Allie Kingston.

“Allie is a great character to play because you never quite know how she will deal with a situation,” she said.

“A man holding a knife at her throat is not a problem but then she will crumble when a suspect points out her personal failures.

“It seems the writers enjoy putting her up to the challenge.”

Actor John Adam has been seen in All Saints, Water Rats, Always Greener and Underbelly.

“Playing Nick Buchanan is great. He has a no-nonsense, no-tickets-on-himself, get-the-job-done quality that I really enjoy playing. He doesn’t care what people think of him, without going out of his way to get them off side either,” he said.

13 Responses

  1. Yep the season finale they showed was the last episode of Series 2 of the show. The 2 hour premiere will actually be episodes 1 and 2 of Series 3 not Episodes 5 and 6. David’s confused people by wording it that way, because like Rafters they held over 8 episodes of the second series until this year.

  2. “It picks up where it left off, at episodes 5 and 6 of the third series.”

    There’s a whole world of What’s Wrong With Australian Television right there in that sentence.

  3. Good i’m not crazy, i was watching the promos and said who the hell is that. Are these permanent characters? I know Daniel Macpherson’s leaving but do we really need more characters??

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