The thrilling teen drama, made with the support of NZ on Air. G Rose wakes to a world with no phones, no internet and where all the adults have mysteriously vanished. In search of answers, she and her siblings leave the cul de sac only to discover that kids have already started to turn on each other.
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G It is a year since Rose, Eliza and Tom arrived at the farm. Jen has lost her battle with the Rage and Tom is still struggling to come to terms with her death. G Rose is forced to leave the farm and go in search of Tom and Caine who have set out to find a cure for the Rage. Meanwhile, Eliza discovers Ben is not all that he appears to be.
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G While travelling back to the farm, Tom and Eliza meet up with the real Ben and his sidekick Hunter, who lead a resistance army committed to defeating the Reapers. G Rose is brought before the Dark Queen who tells her the truth about her father's plan.
G Series Final: Rose finds herself alone in a grey world where time doesn't exist. Titles, characters and all other elements are the trade marks and copyright of TVNZ or its licensors. All rights reserved.
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The Cul de Sac is a universal story that places kiwi characters at the center of monumental global events. Instead it is weaved into the fabric of the show, it is part of its DNA.
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The values we hand down to them today, shape the things to come. There are a great many kiwi made shows for kids out there but sadly, dramas remain thin on the ground. Drama is such a powerful genre, it reaches out to audiences like no other. When I started in television audiences were still embarrassed to hear the kiwi accents spoken on screen.
How sad is that? A country embarrassed to hear their own voice. Then Shortland Street came along and that all changed.
Shortland Street, a daily soap, put that dreadful cultural cringe to bed and helped us grow as a nation. However I believe the biggest challenge facing local drama at the moment is the lack of diversity. If we want a truly robust local drama industry, we need to start investing in new ideas, new talent, new writers, directors and producers - we need to start taking some risks.