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RAKE is about love, madness, addiction, and the law--in short, it is about modern life.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

This title is part of a series
Rake

Series listing
Rake series 1 series
Rake series 2 2012
Rake series 3 2014
Rake series 4 2016
Rake series 5 2018
Cast
Richard Roxburgh - Adrienne Pickering - Matt Day - Russell Dykstra - Danielle Cormack - Caroline Brazier
Production Completion
2010
Genre
Comedy, Crime
Production Company
Essential Media and Entertainment
Australian Sales
ABC Commercial
International Sales
DCD Rights

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TV DRAMA ABROAD

Sixteen relatively recent Australian television dramas have earned more than $1 million each in gross revenue and nearly $43 million as a group, mostly from abroad.

28 Jun 2016
By Sandy George & Bernadette Rheinberger
SELLING FORMATS: HOT AIR OR HOLY GRAIL?

TV DRAMA ABROAD - PART 4: PRODUCER IAN COLLIE ON THREE ESSENTIAL DRAMAS

All three of Essential Media and Entertainment’s most recent dramas – Rake, Jack Irish series 1 and The Principal – are selling well internationally. All are represented by DCD Rights. Ian Collie provides some thoughts on the international sales scene, then discusses each drama.

28 Jun 2016
By Sandy George

TV DRAMA ABROAD - Part 8: Distributor DCD Rights' interest in Australian drama

DCD Rights handles sales on many Australian dramas, including The Slap from Matchbox Pictures, The Code from Playmaker Media, and Rake, Jack Irish Season One and The Principal from Essential Media and Entertainment. Once she has summarised DCD’s history in Australia, Nicky Davies Williams discusses the performance of each one.

24 Jun 2016
By Sandy George
SELLING FORMATS: HOT AIR OR HOLY GRAIL?

TV DRAMA ABROAD - PART 1: WHEN DO TV SALES BECOME PROFITS?

Sixteen relatively recent Australian TV shows have earned more than $1 million each in gross revenue, and nearly $43 million as a group.

12 May 2016
By Sandy George & Bernadette Rheinberger
TV DRAMA ABROAD