Category: News

Apr 24

Working Dog’s 2017 Logie Night Of Nights

Logies galore for the Working Dog team.

Apr 10

VALE John Clarke

We’re sad to hear a long-time team player to the D-Generation and Working Dog crew John Clarke has died, aged 68. Born in New Zealand, the satirist who brought Fred Dagg to the Australian household, made A Current Affair more interesting alongside his comedy partner Bryan Dawe with satirical interviews as Clarke & Dawe. While Clarke wrote and appeared …

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Feb 08

Stop Laughing… Judith’s Serious

The next documentary episode covers women in Australian comedy.

Dec 12

The Late Show and Frontline DVD Re-Releases review

We take a look at the newly designed box sets from the people at the ABC.

Nov 24

D-Generation and Working Dog collection on iTunes

A bunch of D-Generation / Working Dog stuff has been dumped onto iTunes! So if your VHS and DVDs are worn out, get a digital copy now.

Nov 19

Trailer: Pacific Heat

Netflix has released a full trailer of Working Dog’s animated adventure. Pacific Heat. In this animated satire, a covert squad of operatives short on smarts but long on confidence tackles crime on the glitzy Gold Coast of Australia. The show will be shown in Australia on Foxtel’s Comedy Channel from November 27, then December 2 on Netflix …

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Nov 04

Russell Coight and HYBPA return for 2017

Australia’s most favourite Coight is returning to the picture wireless.

Oct 17

Johnny Swank Before Pacific Heat

Before Pacifc Heat , Johnny Swank was the man on a mission – spy mission.

Sep 30

Pacific Heat to Netflix: UPDATED

If you’re wondering what has been happening with the next big thing to come out of the offices of Working Dog, there has been more shining light. As mentioned in 2014, Foxtel has commissioned a new 13 episode animated series Pacific Heat which was slated to broadcast on Foxtel late 2015. Unfortunately there were delays and was …

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Sep 28

Strewth. Corker. Vale Max Walker

2016 hasn’t been a great year for the celebrity world where many musicians and actors have unfortunately left this mortal coil. Sadly, Aussie cricketer, commentator and larrakin Max Walker has passed away at the age of 68. The D-Generation team are fans of the cricket – with Max being a talk topic with Graham and The …

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