SummaryAfter the death of his wife, newspaper columnist George Turner decided to move his family from Sydney to the small New Zealand seaside town of Weld. He wanted his kids, Shay and Arlo, to have a fresh start, but all did not go according to plan. In Season Two George must reunite his family and bring Shay home from her self-appointed exile in Australia. George is also finding out what it means to be a local in the quirky town of Weld.
Single fathers -- Drama.
Families -- Drama.
Journalists -- Drama.
Father and child -- Drama.
Australians -- New Zealand -- Drama.
New Zealand -- Drama.
Fiction television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [Silver Spring, Maryland] :2017
|Other Titles|| Eight hundred words
Griffin, James, 1961- screenwriter.
Fleming, Maxine, screenwriter.
McDermott, Kate (Screenwriter), screenwriter.
Lynch, Sarah-Kate, screenwriter.
Smith, Mike (Television director), television director.
Hurst, Michael, 1957- television director.
Keane, Murray, television director.
Bailey, Chris (Television producer), television producer.
Thomson, Erik, 1967- actor.
Vidler, Melina, 1993- actor.
Donald, Rick, actor.
Jullienne, Anna, 1982- actor.
Langstone, Michelle, 1979- actor.
Leonard, Emma, 1984- actor.
Anthony, Benson Jack, 1997- actor.
White, Cian Elyse, actor.
Seven Productions, production company.
South Pacific Pictures (Firm), production company.
All 3 Media International (Firm), production company.
Acorn Media (Firm), publisher.
RLJ Entertainment, film distributor.
Erik Thomson, Melina Vidler, Benson Jack Anthony, Rick Donald, Anna Jullienne, Michelle Langstone, Emma Leonard, Cian Elyse White.
Not rated; contains coarse language, nudity, and sexual situations.
In English; with optional English subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired (SDH).
Title from container.
Originally broadcast on television as individual episodes in 2016.
Special feature: interview with Erik Thomson (4 min.).
DVD; widescreen (16:9) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.
2 videodiscs (approximately 365 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.