The content includes dramas, comedies, documentaries, crime and children’s shows that include Stateless, Mystery Road, Top of the Lake, The Secret River, The Slap, Cleverman, The Beautiful Lie, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, Cliffy, Mabo, It’s A Date, Luke Warm Sex, The Moodys, The Ex-PM, The Librarians, Janet King, Sporting Nation, The Time of our Lives, Blue Murder and The Agony Of series, Mustangs, Mortified, Prisoner Zero, Ready For This and My Place.
Josie Mason-Campbell, ABC Acting Head of Programming, said: “As the nation’s leading creative voice, the ABC has boosted its support for Australian stories by securing the streaming rights to more local dramas, comedies, documentaries and children’s content, adding to our current collection of programs.
“With Australians stuck close to home, the ABC is showcasing the sights and sounds of this extraordinary country with more than 200 additional hours of new shows and classic content. It’s Australia’s biggest home delivery for the mind and soul, feeding audiences’ need to laugh, learn, cry and be entertained.”
ABC iview’s new Australia-all-over collection is accompanied by new dramas from here and overseas, such as High Fidelity, Les Miserables, The Capture and the latest season of Killing Eve.
The ABC has also launched the $5 million Fresh Start development fund to support Australian producers and safeguard local content and creativity. ABC iview also features Australian performances across theatre, opera, ballet and classical music.