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BRIDGET JONES kept a diary, but LILY WOODWARD has a whole rulebook for life. It’s just not quite panning out as written – yet. THE WRONG GIRL is an urban rom-com brimful of exuberance, optimism and cheeky energy. Our hero Lily is a modern woman caught between two guys – one too good to be true and the other so wrong he might just be Mr Right…

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

This title is part of a series
The Wrong Girl

Series listing
The Wrong Girl series 1 series
The Wrong Girl series 2 2017
Cast
Jessica Marais - Rob Collins - Ian Meadows - Cecelia Peters - Christie Whelan Browne - Craig McLachlan - David Woods - Doris Younane - Hamish Blake - Hayley Magnus - Hugo Johnstone-Burt - Kerry Armstrong - Kevin Harrington - Leah Vandenberg - Madeleine West - Steve Vizard
Production Completion
2016
Genre
Drama
Production Company
Playmaker Media Pty Ltd
Australian Sales
Network Ten

Screen Australia Supported

  • Production support

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • TV Week Logie Awards
    (2017)

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