Tag Archive: Utopia

Jun 22

Airdate: Utopia Season 3

Everyone’s favourite public service boss is back.

Apr 03

Three Logie Nominations for Working Dog

A big congratulations to the team at Working Dog with three nominations for the 58th Annual TV Week Logie Awards. The nominations were announced at The Crown in Melbourne today (Sunday), with Tom Gleisner on location with many other potential nominees. The ABC dramedy series Utopia based on a government organisation with Rob Sitch in the lead role, received a …

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Jul 23

More Utopia

Get ready for a fresh start with Tony (Rob Sitch) and his friends at the National Building Authority… The Logie award winning Working Dog series Utopia is back on ABC TV for Season 2 – beginning Wednesday August 19 at 9pm. If you haven’t caught up yet and don’t have Season 1 on DVD or …

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May 04

Utopia wins Logie

A big congratulations goes to the team at Working Dog for taking out the Most Outstanding Comedy Program at the 71st TV Week Logie Awards on Sunday night on Channel 9. Their hit ABC dramedy show Utopia beat other ABC shows Please Like Me, Black Comedy, Upper Middle Bogan and SBS’s Legally Brown. A well deserved achievement, Rob Sitch, Celia …

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Nov 12

Updated: Our 8 Cents A Day For 2015

In a world where the Australian Government looms an axe over the heads of ABC and SBS to save money, the announcement today of new and renewed shows for the ABC has been released. And guess what? Tony and Co from the Nation Building Authority are returning to build something that’s not there for Season …

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Jul 23

Utopia Arriving

Working Dog’s latest TV venture is around the corner.

Sep 04

Audrey’s Utopia

The fine folk at Working Dog have been busy people of late. While in 2013 had their previous television innings of Santo, Sam and Ed’s Sports Fever! and repeats of The Hollowmen and Audrey’s Kitchen, the announcement of a new political satire has come to fruition. The Sydney Morning Herald’s Michael Idato reports of an eight part comedy …

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