Southern Star's big Brit break

Bulbeck, Pip
February 2008
Inside Film;Feb2008, Issue 106, p13
The article focuses on the overseas broadcast of the new daytime serial drama "Out of the Blue," produced by John Edwards. It was initially developed by former "Home and Away" producer Julie McGauran and Edwards with Channel 5 in Great Britain. The show will start to air on Australian television and will open when a group of 30 friends return to their home town for a high school reunion.


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