If you've been watching Rush you will know that a bomb has landed two of our lead characters in hospital. Both Gracie (Claire van der Boom) and Dominic (Josef Ber) were wounded in an explosion in the last edition of the TEN drama.
On November 11, one of the Tactical Response Unit will meet their end.
It's unusual for a local drama to cut loose one of its central characters so early in its life. Just as we're getting to know them they will disappear from screen.
Rush has been quietly advancing the emotional lives of some of its team. Dominic and his wife have been preparing for the birth of their first child. Gracie has been falling helplessly for Josh (Callan Mulvey) behind the back of her current partner ...Read more
Shaun Micallef is fast becoming the new hero of Channel TEN. Without Rove McManus on air, he has been pushed to the front of the line as a key network personality, despite the fact that his image is smartly "anti-establishment". Anyone who has seen the new network promo of celebs in rehab knows what a perfect fit he has become.
Over the next few weeks, TV.com will look at the most-loved comedies, dramas, reality shows and more. First up, the best Aussie dramas on free-to-air TV.
TEN's newest police series Rush very nearly didn’t make it to air.
Previously shot under the title, Rapid Response, the series was developed several years ago by writer Christopher Lee and producer John Edwards (Love My Way, The Secret Life of Us) with an entirely different cast including Mathew Le Nevez, Libby Tanner and Corrine Grant.
This Australian police drama gives viewers an inside look at a Tactical Response Team based in Melbourne, focused on preventing crime rather than chasing criminals.