The Killing Season (Australian TV series)

The Killing Season is a 2015 Australian television three-part documentary series which analyses the events of the RuddGillard Government of 2007–2013, a turbulent period of Australian political history. Journalist Sarah Ferguson interviewed the Australian Labor Party decision-makers and strategists who engaged in internal conflict that brought down a government which had successfully countered the Global Financial Crisis.[1]

Ratings

Episode Original airdate Overnight Viewers Nightly Rank Consolidated Viewers Adjusted Rank Ref
1 Part One June 9, 2015 986,000 #5 1,179,000 #2 [2][3]
2 Part Two June 16, 2015 968,000 #7 1,130,000 #3 [4][5]
3 Part Three June 23, 2015 979,000 #6 1,121,000 #5 [6][7]

Soundtrack

The soundtrack accompanying the opening titles and credits is the version of Schubert's Piano Trio No. 2 used in Stanley Kubrick's 1975 film Barry Lyndon.[8]

References

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