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Underbelly 3 Seasons 2010

Season 3
4.7 out of 5 stars (6) IMDb 8.2/10

Good cops, bad cops, strippers, gamblers, gunmen, dealers, bouncers, dreamers and bagmen. In 1988 they were all to be found on the Golden Mile.

Starring:
Mitch Bartlett, Natalie Bassingthwaighte
Original air date:
June 27, 2010

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1. Into the Mystic

Ambitious schoolkid John Ibrahim arrives in Kings Cross and saves "Hammer" from being clobbered by drunks, only to be stabbed himself in a later brawl.

TV-MA April 11, 2010 43 minutes
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2. The Crucible

With help from drug king Bill Bayeh and his crew, Det. Sergeant Jim Egan and Trevor Haken devise a plan to swindle money from the Federal Police.

TV-MA April 11, 2010 43 minutes
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3. Kingdom Come

Trevor Haken strikes a deal with drug boss Bill Bayeh, sinking deeper into corruption.

TV-MA April 18, 2010 44 minutes
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4. Fall Guy

Newcomer Benny Kassab starts dealing drugs in competition with the Bayeh brothers.

TV-MA April 25, 2010 46 minutes
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5. Saving Face

Louis Bayeh swears revenge on Benny Kassab's boys Shaka and Norm Korbage for shooting up his house.

TV-MA May 9, 2010 44 minutes
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6. Women in Uniform

Constable Wendy Jones joins Kings Cross Police. Shut away in a useless taskforce, Debbie Webb sinks into alcoholism.

TV-MA May 9, 2010 43 minutes
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7. Full Force Gale

John Ibrahim is investigated for the alleged murder of drug-pusher Talal Assad.

TV-MA May 16, 2010 44 minutes
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8. Crossroads

Kim Hollingsworth enrolls at Goulburn Police Academy. Sergeant Joe Dooley signs up for the Detectives' Course.

TV-MA May 23, 2010 42 minutes
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9. Dog Eat Dog

Under Royal Commission investigation, Trevor Haken's paranoia reaches new heights.

TV-MA May 30, 2010 45 minutes
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10. Hurt on Duty

Trevor Haken risks his life to expose police corruption in Kings Cross. Kings Cross psycho Danny "DK" Karam & Hammer's drug addictions spiral out of control.

TV-MA June 6, 2010 45 minutes
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11. Beauty and the Beast

Inspector Gerry Lloyd recruits drug-pusher Shaka to expose the links between cops and crims. Kim Hollingsworth continues to risk her life working undercover.

TV-MA June 13, 2010 44 minutes
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12. The Good Lieutenant

With the Wood Royal Commission wrapped up, "DK" recruits "Doc" Kanaan and a crew of young punks to takes over the Kings Cross streets.

TV-MA June 20, 2010 43 minutes
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13. Alpha and Omega

"Doc" Kanaan devises a plan to divert suspicion away from him over the murder of "DK".

TV-MA June 27, 2010 48 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Tony Tilse
Starring Mitch Bartlett, Natalie Bassingthwaighte
Supporting actors Gary Bennett, Emma Booth, Dieter Brummer, Rob Carlton, Cheree Cassidy, Salvatore Coco, Melyssa Cole-Brooks, Caroline Craig, Firass Dirani, Hannah Griffith, Georgina Haig, Diarmid Heidenreich, Johnny Lahoud, John McNeill, Toby Leonard Moore, Peter O'Brien, Tom O'Sullivan, Greg Poppleton
Season year 2010
Network Koch Entertainment Distribution
Producers Elisa Argenzio, Stewart Dean, Peter Gawler, Greg Haddrick, Des Monaghan
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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The fascinating television import "Underbelly" finally got a U.S. distribution this month in a three season set, but you can only get individual seasons on the international market. I first became aware of "Underbelly" when I read that it was Australia's answer to "The Sopranos." Since that first comparison, I've heard the same point made countless times. To be frank, other than the fact that they are two adult series set in the criminal underworld, I don't think that generalized statement is very apt or has much bearing on whether or not you'll enjoy this show. If you are expecting a rich "Sopranos" type narrative and continuing storyline, this isn't quite going to fulfill your expectations. But that doesn't make it any less intriguing. The general tone of "Underbelly" is a bit more lurid. The show itself has much more of a docudrama feel, recreating significant true events in Australia's criminal history complete with plenty of gratuitous nudity and violence. With edgy camera work, quick cut editing, and a propulsive soundtrack--this is a show that aims at getting in your face. And for the most part, it succeeds. One of my favorite elements of the show is that each season is its own unique entity with new characters and charting a new story. Heck, it's become somewhat of a franchise with four complete 13 episode seasons and a series of TV movies.

The Golden Mile (2010) 4 1/2 stars: This series covers the notorious Kings Cross section of Sydney circa 1989. As corrupt cops and Lebanese gangsters vie for control of the area, it becomes a breeding ground for remarkable violence, drugs, gambling, and prostitution. But through the years, the grip of underworld activities is undermined as efforts are made to clean up the area.
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NO SPOILERS:

I thought that I would keep K. Harris company here as well!

By way of a comparison, King's Cross is the Aussie version of Time's Square (before Disney took over).

It is 1988 in Sydney and King's Cross is the "underbelly" where drugs and sex flow freely in an environment that is protected by both crooked cops and a crew of Lebanese "hard guys" (all of whom seem to practice martial arts when they are not practitioners of modern chemistry) who contract out to the "real gangsters" that control the trade.

If you are a fan of Underbelly Series there are recurring characters from prior series.

Wikipedia provides an outstanding overview, however, what surprised me was the level of police corruption (I would likely vote that they were actually far worse then the criminals) and the Lebanese influence.

The series is turning into a marquis franchise for Australian TV. Available now are: Underbelly "Razor" (series 4), which goe back to the 1920's, 3 Underbelly themed movies that were shown on TV in 2011, Underbelly NZ "The Long Green Cloud" and Underbelly "Badness". Currently filming is Underbelly "Squizzy"
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The whole underbelly series is excellent. I give this one only 4 stars because they tried to fit in so much that for me it got a little confusing. Also unlike the other Underbellys The characters needed more developing. I was not quite sure as to who was who or felt anything for them as in the preveous seasons.
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