A Place to Call Home: Season Six Season 6 (Full Season)
The final season of the Australian period drama about the Bligh family and the town of Inverness.
A Place to Call Home: Season Five Season 5 (Full Season)
Jumping ahead four years to 1958, season five looks at the changes in Australian society during that period, as cultural norms fall away, morals evolve, and the younger generation rejects the values of their elders and the continued focus on the War years. [more inside]
A Place to Call Home: Season Four Season 4 (Specials)
The Bligh family are affected by two contrasting social issues in 1954. The first is the anti-communist wave that was generated by the Reds Under the Beds scare surrounding The Petrov Affair. The second, the wave of liberal change that opened up new social and moral choices.
A Place to Call Home: Season Three Season 3 (Full Season)
In the aftermath of the shooting, René is arrested for attempted murder. Regina and Sarah deal with the fallout in their own ways. James and Olivia struggle to keep the true parantage of their son a secret. Anna and Gino find married life difficult to deal with. Carolyn and Jack struggle to commit to each other. Meanwhile, Elizabeth is trying to start a new life in the city, but things aren't as easy as she hoped.
A Place to Call Home: Season Two Season 2 (Full Season)
All those involved with last season's murder and subsequent cover-up try to put it behind them. Meanwhile, George and Sarah grow closer, but Regina's shocking discovery in Europe could give matriarch Elizabeth the leverage she needs to tear them apart forever. James's medical treatment for his homosexuality is a cause of concern for everyone, especially Olivia. Jack and Carolyn bond over Anna.
A Place to Call Home: Season One Season 1 (Full Season)
When nurse Sarah Adams (Marta Dusseldorp) returns home to 1950s Australia after 20 years in Europe, she quickly becomes entangled in the lives of the wealthy Bligh family. [more inside]