• SoHo to show the original series two ending for A Place To Call Home
• Series three of A Place To Call Home to follow on September 27
Foxtel will commence a new chapter for A Place to Call Home, starting on Sunday September 13 at 8.30pm EST. The season two finale features the highly anticipated and never-before-seen ending – an ending never screened by Seven and one which significantly changes the direction of the show.
On the weekend of Saturday September 19 and Sunday September 20 viewers can enjoy marathons of seasons one and two from 10.30am.
Then, on Sunday September 20 at 7.30pm EST, SoHo presents the one hour special event An Audience with the Cast of A Place to Call Home. The cast will field questions from a studio audience and the special will also take viewers behind the scenes and give insights into the much-loved cast and characters.
Foxtel’s A Place to Call Home season three will debut on Sunday September 27 at 8:30pm EST only on SoHo.
Created by Bevan Lee (Packed to the Rafters, Winners and Losers, Always Greener) the sweeping romantic drama is set in 1950s rural Australia and follows the lives of the Blighs, a wealthy and complicated pastoralist family, who live in Inverness, New South Wales.
The cast features AACTA award winner Marta Dusseldorp as Sarah Adams, Noni Hazlehurst as Elizabeth Bligh, Brett Climo as George Bligh, Craig Hall as Dr. Jack Duncan, Sara Wiseman as Carolyn Bligh, David Berry as James Bligh, Arianwen Parkes–Lockwood as Olivia Bligh, Abby Earl as Anna Bligh, Aldo Mignone as Gino Poletti, Jenni Baird as Regina Standish, Frankie J. Holden as Roy Briggs, Deborah Kennedy as Doris Collins, Ben Winspear as Rene Nordmann and Heather Mitchell as Prudence Swanson.
Season 3 also introduces some new faces to the town of Inverness with Tim Draxl (A Few Best Men), Brenna Harding (Puberty Blues), Mark Lee (Paper Giants Magazine Wars), Rick Donald (House Husbands) and Robert Coleby (House of Hancock) joining the cast.
>> The story so far…
In season one, the mysterious nurse Sarah Adams tentatively makes a new home in the picturesque country town of Inverness after working her passage home aboard an ocean liner and meeting the Bligh family when she saved the life of the troubled James Bligh.
In season two, having found love again after the devastation of World War Two, Sarah drew closer to George, despite matriarch Elizabeth Bligh’s best attempts to thwart it. In finding herself, Sarah changes the lives of those around her – whether they’re ready or not.
>> In season three of A Place to Call Home…
As Australia faces internal and external threats to its way of life so too do the people of Inverness, and previous alliances and relationships are tested.
Sarah‘s dilemma, between her feelings for George and her duty to her husband Rene, is exacerbated by a heartbreaking secret. James and Olivia’s relationship is under pressure when the true parentage of baby George is threatened with exposure. Elizabeth Bligh’s decision to leave Ash Park to explore a life of her own proves more difficult than she thought. Anna and Gino face the difference between the fairytale romance and the reality of married life. Independent lovers Carolyn and Jack try to move closer to a commitment. Through it all Regina’s manipulative behaviour weaves an impenetrable web around George.
In the sleepy village of Inverness, sex, death and secrets are never far below the surface.
Sunday, September 13, at 8.30pm
Season 2’s never-before-seen finale
Sunday, September 20, at 7.30pm – Special Event
An Audience with the Cast of A Place to Call Home
Sunday, September 27, at 8.30pm
A Place to Call Home Season 3 Premiere