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This murder mystery is not what you'd expect from those with a comedy background.

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Deadloch
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Title

Deadloch

Year released

2023

Genres

comedy

Classification

nr

Synopsis

The Tasmanian town of Deadloch, a once sleepy seaside hamlet, is left reeling when a local man turns up dead. 2 detectives are thrown together to solve the case – a fastidious local senior sergeant and a rough-as-guts senior investigator blow-in from Darwin, along with an overeager junior constable. As the town prepares to launch the annual arts, food and culture event, the trio have to put their differences aside and work together to find the killer.

Seasons

  • Season 1

Cast and crew

  • Kate Box
  • Madeleine Sami
  • Nina Oyama
  • Alicia Gardiner
While you might be aware of Deadloch creators Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan from their shows Get Krack!n and The Katering Show, this new Australian series is more a comedy drama.

There are comedic elements in it, but you have them in combination with a murder mystery as a trio of police officers try to find out who killed a man that was found dead on a beach in their quiet town.

With a solid ensemble cast of Australian and New Zealand actors, you'll be hooked from the start.

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Mark Neilsen writes about streaming at Finder. He has over 20 years experience in entertainment media, having worked for street bible The Drum Media as well as The Music's magazine and website. He's partial to movies and TV shows featuring explosions and/or zombies, as well as the genteel pace of Test cricket. He's also trying to invent a time machine so as to whittle down the shows on his various watchlists. See full profile

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