Detective Sergeant Roger "The Dodger" Rogerson got fame because he knew how to take care of most dangerous and violent criminals. His success was, however, also due to the sinister alliance... See full summary »
Jack is engaged to find a missing person, only to be later framed for his murder. Jack is quickly caught up in a complex web of powerful vested interests that stretches from his home town of Fitzroy to a remote village in the Philippines.
Detective Jay Swan is assigned to investigate a mysterious disappearance on an outback cattle station. Soon, Jay's investigation uncovers a past injustice that threatens the fabric of the whole community.
An eighteen-year-old struggling to integrate into a hearing world following cochlear implantation witnesses the murder of a police officer. The subsequent investigation unravels a net of police corruption.
As she deals with an unexpected pregnancy, D.I. Helen Weeks must return to the hometown she loathes to help her childhood best friend, who finds herself at the centre of a media frenzy following the abduction of two teenage girls.
When a mysterious lawyer Gina Hawkes turns up asking Harry to find a missing alibi witness for her client he agrees to take on the job but is unwittingly drawn into investigating the death ... See full summary »
The series follows Molly on her first deployment as a serving army medic against the backdrop of the British Army's withdrawal from Afghanistan. Series 2 introduces Georgie, her more experienced friend, as she is deployed to Eastern Africa.
A floating body, a drug deal gone wrong, and two former detectives the perpetrators. Life imprisonment is the end of Roger Rogerson's story. The last Blue Murder ended with his expulsion in disgrace from the NSW Police Force. In this installment, Rogerson struggles to make a living in a world that's rapidly changing, caught between the pressures of criminals, police and a love that might save him.
Sequel to Blue Murder, which upon release was banned from being screened in New South Wales Australia because the appeal by Neddy Smith was still being heard in the courts. See more »
Exciting and energetic sequel
Australia has found a niche in crime drama, much as have Scandinavians with their crime. I think such crime drama is mainly intended for an Australian audience. I would understand if British or American viewers found it hard to rate such shows highly because the Australian culture is so prevalent in them. I am Australian, and I loved Killer Cop. The show really is a worthy instalment to the Roger Rogerson saga. The genre now a great range of shows to chose from, including the Underbelly seasons and films, Bikie Wars, and Killing Time. I loved the way this show could include relevant scenes from the earlier Blue Murder. If you really want to enjoy this show to the full, see that show first. Quite an eye-opener!
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