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Set in Perth’s “notorious KGB (Koondoola, Girrawheen, Balga)”, the series follows two rookie detectives, tough guy Jack and gentle giant Nigel, as they deal with the chaos of their new jobs, no-nonsense boss, work rivals, drug dealers and culprits who consistently turn out to be family members. Despite battling their own insecurities at every turn, and the fact that Jack bullied Nigel in high school, these two might just turn out to be KGB’s finest detectives.

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Daniel Riches  Luke Riches
Daniel Riches  Luke Riches  Clare Toonen  Joel Gray
Taryne Laffar
Executive Producers
Lauren Elliott
Dir. of Photography
Michael McDermott
Henry Inglis
Clarence Ryan - Bjorn Stewart - Genevieve Morris - Mark Coles Smith - Aaron McGrath - Jesse Phillips - Lynette Narkle - Amy Smith - Ningali Lawford
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Mad Kids Pty Ltd
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Indigenous comedy series KGB greenlit by ABC

Screenwest, Screen Australia and ABC Indigenous are pleased to announce KGB, a comedy web series created by Western Australian Indigenous filmmaker brothers, Luke and Dan Riches, has been greenlit by the ABC.

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