Airdate: Pine Gap

New 6 part drama launches on ABC in October, and around the world on Netflix.

New 6 part drama Pine Gap will premiere on Sunday 14th October with a double episode followed by all episodes available to binge immediately after on ABC iview.

The Screentime production, made for both ABC and Netflix, set around the secretive joint defence facility in the Northern Territory, stars Parker Sawyers, Jacqueline McKenzie, Tess Haubrich, Stephen Curry, Steve Toussaint, Mark Leonard Winter and Sachin Joab.

They are joined by Kelton Pell, Lewis Fitz-Gerald, Madeleine Madden, Alice Keohavong, Edwina Wren, Jason Chong and Simone Kessell.

It will have its world premiere at the Adelaide Film Festival on October 11 and screen internationally through Netflix.

Pine Gap explores the famously strong alliance between Australia and the United States.

But the relationship between the Australian and American intelligence analysts working at Pine Gap isn’t always rosy. Simmering beneath the surface are flashpoints of personality, culture and politics that questions what do you do for your country, what do you do for those you love and what do you do for yourself?

With a new global player encroaching, placing decades of stability under threat, matters of trust, betrayal, love and loyalty will all come into question, and a shocking secret revealed will change everything, pushing the world to the brink of war.

With a storyline inspired by today’s headlines, Pine Gap is a thriller, not to be missed.

Production Credits: A Screentime (A Banijay Company) Production, financed by Netflix and ABC, in association with the South Australian Film Corporation with additional funding support from Screen Territory. Written by Greg Haddrick and Felicity Packard. Directed by Mat King. Produced by Lisa Scott and Felicity Packard. Executive Producers Greg Haddrick, Rory Callaghan, Bob Campbell and Kerrie Mainwaring. ABC Executive Producers Sally Riley and Brett Sleigh.

8:30pm Sunday October 14 on ABC.

4 Responses

      1. Reason 1: In another post the heading was about The Family Law premiering at ADL FF; whereas this post is about the airdate – yes I know SBS don’t have an airdate for TFL, I appreciate the difference in progamming and news.

        Reason 2: TL/DR.

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