Whit­sun­days to hit tele­vi­sion screens

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

THE Aus­tralian episode of Net­work Ten’s top rated US com­edy se­ries Mod­ern Fam­ily will be beamed to tele­vi­sion screens across the na­tion this Sun­day, April 27.

Seg­ments of the se­ries were filmed in the Whit­sun­days, show­cas­ing lo­ca­tions such as Hay­man Is­land and the Great Bar­rier Reef.

Whit­sun­days Mar­ket­ing and De­vel­op­ment Limited (WMDL) chief ex­ec­u­tive offic- er Da­nial Rochford said this was a ma­jor coup for the re­gion as well as Queens­land and in fact Aus­tralia.

“[And] it will cer­tainly as­sist in re­in­forc­ing our re­gion’s strong ap­peal in the United States mar­ket,” he said.

“Such ex­po­sure is worth mil­lions of dol­lars in pub­lic re­la­tions value.”

Also due to air is the Chan­nel 9 / South­ern Star En­ter­tain­ment pro­duc­tion ‘When Love Comes to Town’.

An episode of the se­ries filmed in Air­lie Beach last De­cem­ber, star­ring lo­cal bach­e­lor boys Ken­dall Nash and Doug Davy, who set out to im­press 12 sin­gle girls, tour­ing the na­tion in the search for ‘the one’.

An ex­act date for the screen­ing has yet to be set but the net­work has in­di­cated it will be rea­son­ably soon.

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