The BEST episodes of Frontline (1994)
Every episode of Frontline (1994) ever, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best episodes of Frontline (1994)!
Frontline is a satirical comedy on Current Affairs. From the anchor Mike Moore who believes he does all the work (but just reads the autocue) to the egotistic reporter Brooke Vandenberg and the troubles of the other staff (not to mention horrible Friday Night Entertainer Elliot Rhodes) After two years, the show did a thing related only to sci-fi programs, by skipping forward a number of years. The show, however, maintained it's high quality and is one of the Top Australian shows ever made. From Season 2 onwards, there are no specific writing credits as Cilauro, Kennedy, Sitch and Gleisner wrote in practically all episodes. The same is said for directing.
#7 - Workin' Class Man
Season 2 - Episode 2 - Aired 7/31/1995
When the working class all reply to Mike as an asshole, the network tries to change it's views. Marty is stuck on a story regarding an ostrich farm.
#11 - The Art of Gentle Persuasion
Season 1 - Episode 8 - Aired 6/27/1994
Mike is planning a story but the others convince him to do a so-called expose on table-top dancing. When a crocodile victim's husband won't give a story, Marty goes to extreme lengths to get one.
#15 - The Desert Angel
Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired 5/16/1994
A missing aid worker, who Frontline has just held a memorial service for, turns up alive. Chequebook journalism ensues as the team try and score an exclusive. Meanwhile, Brooke interviews Pat Cash, who the team believe had an affair with her.Watch Now:Amazon