Inspired by John Ibrahim's best-selling autobiography published in 2017 by Pan Macmillan, Last King of The Cross is an operatic story of two brothers, Sam and John Ibrahim who organise the street but lose each other in their ascent to power. The elevated serialised drama tracks John Ibrahim's rise from a poverty-stricken immigrant with no education, no money, and no prospects, to Australia's most infamous nightclub mogul in Sydney's Kings Cross — a mini-Atlantic City, barely half a mile long with every form of criminality on offer. LKOTX Season 2 was announced in July 2023 and will be on screens in 2024.



Released in 2022, Wild Croc Territory is a Netflix Original documentary series that follows the life and adventures of animal relocator and wildlife expert Matt Wright and his family. In its first few months, the series reached Netflix’s top ten shows, thanks to an outstanding viewer response which saw a staggering viewership of over 16 million hours watched within the first month of its release on Netflix.

Wild Croc Territory is a true representation of the touch-and-go lifestyle that comes with wrangling and relocating wildlife in Australia’s outback.



Decorated former homicide detective Gary Jubelin has been credited with solving some of Australia’s most complex and high-profile crimes. Now, as host of one of Australia’s most successful podcasts, the Award Winning - I Catch Killers, Gary speaks to former cops, criminals, addicts, victims, and families on their experience inside the justice system.

Gary Jubelin and News Corp have built a formidable partnership and recently penning a long-term deal for I Catch Killers to 2026.

Following the success of the podcast, I Catch Killers Live in partnership with TEG was created to give audiences an up close and personal look into the world of the criminal mind, with first-hand accounts from Gary’s incredible career. Co-hosted by special guest Rob Carlton, ICK Live visited major cities and regional towns across the country.

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In 2010, Nick Fordham was introduced to a helicopter pilot from the Northern Territory by the name of Matt Wright. Fordham quickly identified Wright for his incredible talent and skill in the craft of wrangling some of the world’s most dangerous animals, whilst operating a jet ranger helicopter and filming a television program. After shooting various sizzle reels and pilots, Fordham landed Wright an opportunity to launch his new series on the Seven Network, that propelled the crocodile hunter into stardom. Signed by global giant National Geographic, Fordham and Wright went on to make four seasons of hit series Outback Wrangler, which is now shown in over 130 countries around the world.

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