Timelapse (TV series)

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Genre Drama
Country of origin Australia
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes12
Running time50 minutes
Original release
Network ABC
Release12 March (1980-03-12) 
28 May 1980 (1980-05-28)

Timelapse is an Australian sci-fi drama television series which first screened on the ABC in 1980. [1]




Set in 1991, it centres around Douglas Hardy, a computer genius who is cryogenically frozen by corrupt politicians after being murdered in 1979. Hardy returns to seek his revenge and bring down the now fascist, or more accurately, Authoritarian state government of New South Wales. [2] The ending subverts everything you thought you knew about the Premier, with the protagonist making a surprising choice and ending with the threat of nuclear Armageddon.

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  1. "Chronology".
  2. "Australian Television: Timelapse".