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Australian Television Series Harrow Season 4! What Fans Can Expect From It

Harrow is a medical drama and mystery series that has been airing on Australian television since 2014. The show centers around the life of forensic psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Harrow who returns to his hometown in Sydney to take over his family’s private practice after the death of his father.

About Harrow:

Harrow is produced by Playmaker Media for Network Ten and Showcase Australia in association with Beyond Screen Production. The series was created by Stephen M Irvin and Leigh Mcgrath. Winspear also serves as executive producer alongside David Maher and Brett Sleigh.

Production:

The series is distributed by NBCUniversal and has been sold into over 160 countries around the world. Filming for Harrow season four began at Fox Studios in Moore Park, Australia, on 15 July 2018, with filming continuing throughout Sydney through to October of that year. The production team includes many familiar faces from other Australian TV shows such as Doctor Doctor, Home and Away, Packed to the Rafters, and Love Child. Harrow season is currently in production.

Filming:

Filming of the show takes place primarily at Docklands Studios Melbourne using a purpose-built set. A second studio located in Clayton Victoria is also used.

Revenue:

TV series often make less money than films. Harrow has been sold into over 160 countries around the world. It is broadcast in New Zealand by TVNZ and distributed worldwide through FremantleMedia International.

Awards:

Harrow has been nominated and won multiple awards for its plot, cast, and production in the past. Nominated for Best Series at AACTA Awards 2018, Harrow won an ASTRA award and was nominated for a TV Week Logie Award. It also received nominations from IF (Inside Film) awards and the Television Critics Association of Australia (TCA) awards.

Renewal Status:

Harrow Season Four will be returning for its fourth season with an eight-episode plotline. The first two seasons were 20 episodes long, but this was cut down due to poor ratings and bad reviews from audiences who preferred other medical dramas out there that are similar such as Grey’s Anatomy or Doctor Doctor.

The Plot:

The plot of the series revolves around Dr. Daniel Harrow, who returns to his hometown after leaving for Australia when he was a child due to tragic events that occurred in Sydney. He works as a forensic psychiatrist. His job is determined by solving crimes and cases with suspects involved, including shady professionals.

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The plot of Harrow season four starts off with the character returning to his hometown in Australia after a few years. He is back to take over his family’s private practice, but things are not as they appear, and it seems that there may be more going on than he first thought. The plot will explore the reasons why Daniel left Australia previously, what brought him back and what his life is like now.

The Starring Cast:

  • The cast of Harrow consists of a number of Australian actors and actresses. The series stars Ioan Gruffudd, who is well known for his role in the film Fantastic Four (2005).
  • He will be joined by a new cast member, Ella Newton, who is an up-and-coming actress.
  • The plot of season four will see the return of some previous characters who were not seen in season three, but it has been noted that there are no plans to bring back any of the characters who were killed off in previous seasons.

Reviews:

Harrow has received positive reviews for its plot, cast, and production. Harrow season one premiered on ABC in Australia while it was aired under Netflix internationally. Internationally, the show had a rating of 100% based on 52 critics, while domestically it had an audience score of 87%.

Expectations:

Harrow is known to be a plot-driven medical drama, but season four appears to not have much development in this field. The two episodes that were released so far seem more like an introduction of the characters and setting rather than plot progression.

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