Netflix has debuted a new Tidelands video which they have titled “Tidelanders vs. Humans” and in which you can watch the cast talk about Australia’s first Netflix Original Series. The streaming service will launch the series globally on December 14, 2018. You can watch the previously-released videos by clicking here.
Tidelands follows Cal McTeer, played by Charlotte Best (Home & Away, Puberty Blues), a young woman who returns home to the small fishing village of Orphelin Bay after ten years in juvenile detention then jail.
However, Orphelin Bay is shrouded in mysteries.
When the body of a local fisherman washes ashore, the town’s clandestine relationship with drug smuggling is suddenly on public display. Cal must uncover the town’s well-hidden secrets, while investigating a commune of outcasts who live in a hidden pocket of the bay – a group of beautiful and dangerous half-Siren / half-human “Tidelanders.” Elsa Pataky (Fast and the Furious) stars as the mysterious and alluring Adrielle Cuthbert, the leader of the Tidelanders who will go to any length to protect her tribe of people.
Tidelands also stars Australian actors Aaron Jakubenko (Spartacus: War of the Damned) as Cal’s misguided and secretive brother Augie, and Peter O’Brien (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) as Augie’s faithful deckhand. Brazilian actor Marco Pigossi (Caras e Bocas) features as Dylan. New Zealand actor Mattias Inwood (Will) is the Senior Constable who also has a secret to uncover with Cal. Australian actors Madeleine Madden (Mystery Road), Caroline Brazier (Rake) and Dalip Sondhi (Secret City) also star in the show.
The eight-part series is produced by Emmy and BAFTA-award winning Australian production company, Hoodlum. Executive producers Tracey Robertson and Nathan Mayfield produced the acclaimed Australian hit series Secret & Lies and its remake for the U.S, as well as Harrow. Tidelands is written by creator Stephen M. Irwin (Secrets & Lies) and Leigh McGrath.
Tidelands was filmed exclusively in Queensland and supported by the Queensland Government through Screen Queensland.