Seven Types of Ambiguity (TV series)
|Seven Types of Ambiguity|
|Based on||Seven Types of Ambiguity by Elliot Perlman|
|Story by||Elliot Perlman|
|Directed by||Glendyn Ivin|
|Theme music composer||Stephen Rae|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||6|
|Executive producer||Tony Ayres|
|Production locations||Melbourne, Australia|
|Running time||55 minutes|
|Production company||Matchbox Pictures|
|Original release||13 April –|
18 May 2017
Seven Types of Ambiguity is an Australian television drama series on the ABC first screened on 13 April 2017. The six-part series is based on Seven Types of Ambiguity, a 2003 novel by Australian writer Elliot Perlman.
The series is produced by Tony Ayres and Amanda Higgs and written by Jacquelin Perske, Jonathan Gavin and Marieke Hardy. It is directed by Glendyn Ivin, Ana Kokkinos and Matthew Saville. Despite being announced to premiere in 2016, it was later delayed to air in 2017.
When a seven-year-old boy (Sam) is taken from school, his parents, Joe and Anna, are frantic. The boy is returned unharmed and the police arrest the mother's ex-boyfriend Simon and then investigate his suspected accomplice Angela, who has a connection to the boy's father. Simon's psychiatrist Dr. Alex Klima, his lawyer Gina, and Joe's best mate Mitch are pulled into the entangled relationships and moral dilemmas.
- Alex Dimitriades as Joe Marin
- Leeanna Walsman as Anna Marin
- Xavier Samuel as Simon Heywood
- Andrea Demetriades as Angela
- Hugo Weaving as Dr Alex Klima
- Anthony Hayes as Mitch
- Susie Porter as Gina Serkin
- Sarah Peirse as Detective Staszic
- Harrison Molloy as Sam Marin
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Australia viewers|
|1||"Joe"||Glendyn Ivin||Jacquelin Perske||13 April 2017||502,000|
|2||"Alex"||Glendyn Ivin||Jacquelin Perske||20 April 2017||437,000|
|3||"Angela"||Matthew Saville||Marieke Hardy||27 April 2017||397,000|
|4||"Mitch"||Matthew Saville||Jonathan Gavin||4 May 2017||341,000|
|5||"Gina"||Ana Kokkinos||Jacquelin Perske||11 May 2017||355,000|
|6||"Anna"||Ana Kokkinos||Jacquelin Perske||18 May 2017||355,000|
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