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Emmy award-winner Guy Pearce is back for one last crusade reprising his iconic role as Jack Irish, a former criminal lawyer with a penchant for getting wrapped up in things he shouldn’t.
An impressive line-up of guest stars including Gary Sweet, Alison Whyte, Genevieve Picot, Matt Testro, Robert Rabiah and Nicole Nabout also join Jack for this thrilling and moving conclusion.
Ahead of its Australian premiere, the final chapter of ABC drama Jack Irish has been sold to the US where it will be available on AMC Networks’ Streaming Service Acorn TV.
The explosive final series of Jack Irish delves deep into Jack’s past, questioning everything he thought he knew about his life and bringing him face to face with an antagonist more personal and destructive than he has ever encountered.
ABC stars Rachel Griffiths, Wil Anderson, Erik Thomson, Kitty Flanagan, Leigh Sales, Nakkiah Lui, Craig Reucassel and Superwog helped announce the ABC’s 2021 content slate, showcasing the best of Australian content and creativity in the way that only the ABC can.
After three successful telemovies, Jack Irish returns in an expanded six-part series and kicks off ABC TV’s Thursday nights’ season of home-made drama on Thursday, February 11 at 8.30pm.
A stint in quarantine, a look at filming schedules and a star wanting to make her name as a singer has led to a major reveal
The Seven Network continues its ratings resurgence in 2021, securing another network win despite big numbers for the State of Origin on Nine.
Neil Patrick Harris, Kate Ritchie and Alesha Dixon join Shane Jacobson to judge AUSTRALIA’S GOT TALENT
The stellar line-up includes celebrated Emmy and Tony Award-winning performer Neil Patrick Harris; much-loved actor and radio host Kate Ritchie; multi-platinum selling recording artist Alesha Dixon