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Mystery Road is an Australian television neo-Western-crime mystery series whose first series screened on ABC TV from 3 June 2018. The series is a spin-off from Ivan Sen's feature films Mystery Road and Goldstone. The main character and actor in both series is the same as in the films - Indigenous Australian detective Jay Swan, played by Aaron Pedersen. As of 2020, two series of six episodes each have been made.