Remember back to the time when you could go to a hairdresser and ask for the humble mullet without judgement? Remember back to the time when your four year old wouldn't interrupt your video conference to ask for assistance in wiping their bottom? Remember back to the time when a Corona was just a beer? Those were the good old days.
To assist in your patriotic duty to self-isolate, we're releasing a surprise new series every day for 10 days.
The eighth show to add to your 10 play streaming queue is an absolute icon of Australian television, Police Rescue.
With stunningly filmed action sequences in and around Sydney, and tender and engaging personal stories at it's centre, Police Rescue was one of Australia's most loved and multi-award winning drama series of the early nineties.
If you weren't even a blip on your parent's radar the first time this hit television screens, then you're about to be schooled on what makes a good Aussie drama.
And do your folks a solid and teach them how to stream on 10 Play (it's super easy) so they can relive their glory years.
Featuring a stellar cast, Police Rescue stars Gary Sweet, as fearless adrenaline junkie Sergeant Steve 'Mickey' McLintock; Sonia Todd as the tough and ambitious Constable Georgia Rattray, who won't let her past love affair with Mickey get in the way of doing a good job; Steve Bastoni as Constable Yiannis 'Angel' Angelopoulos, the cool guy with a heart of gold and a devilish temper, and Tammy Macintosh as Constable Kathy Orland.
joins Season Two of How To Stay Married, Drunk History Australia, Survivor US, Beecham House, Blood & Treasure, Dating #NoFilter and Adam Hills: Take His Legs, which we've already dropped exclusively on 10 play. And don't forget, there is still another three days of surprise drops to come!
And if you’re wanting more, you can also catch up on all your favourite 10 shows on 10 play including full seasons of Five Bedrooms, Playing for Keeps, MasterChef Australia, Australian Survivor, Bachelor In Paradise, and The Masked Singer as well as classic Aussie dramas Puberty Blues, Love My Way, The Secret Life of Us, Rush and more.