Dangerous is an explosive action series, a 'Romeo and Juliet' story with a tale of forbidden love, set against the culturally diverse backgrounds of western suburbs street crime and the affluence of Sydney's eastern suburbs. The eight-part, one-hour series will break new ground for Australian drama, exploring youth culture like never before, including taboo subjects including the underground world of drag racing and ram-raiding.
- imDb Rating: 7.2 (89 Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
A story of forbidden love, set against the culturally diverse backgrounds of Sydney's western suburbs street crime and the affluence of Sydney's eastern suburbs.
- Rated: N/A
- Released: 16 Jan 2007
- Runtime: 60 min
- Genre: Action, Drama
- Director: N/A
- Writer: John Edwards
- Actors: Khan Chittenden, Brooke Satchwell, Paul Pantano, Nicole da Silva
- Language: English
- Country: Australia
- Awards: 5 nominations.
- Total Seasons: 1
Episode 1x8; Mar 06, 2007
1x8: Episode 8
1x7: Episode 7
1x6: Episode 6
1x5: Episode 5
1x4: Episode 4
1x3: Episode 3
1x2: Episode 2
1x1: Episode 1
Brooke Satchwell as Donna
Khan Chittenden as Dean
Paul Pantano as Joe
Nicole Da Silva as Erica 'EC' Eulestra
Katie Wall as Esther
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