8:30pm – Sunday, April 11 on Channel Nine
Teenage bouncer John Ibrahim (Firass Dirani) saves Kings Cross bouncer ‘Hammer’ (Salvatore Coco) from being clobbered by drunks, earning him a chance meeting with Kings Cross Boss George Freeman (Peter O’Brien), whose mentor-like advice prompts John to take life changing matters into his own hands. Detective Sergeant Trevor Haken (Dieter Brummer) transfers to Kings Cross Detectives and eases into police corruption, collecting protection money from local businesses, drinking at all hours of the day and inadvertently causing a rift in his marriage. Meanwhile two young Uniformed Officers, Joe Dooley (Wil Traval) and Debbie Webb (Cheree Cassidy), question facts surrounding a public brawl between Senior Kings Cross Detectives and a mob of drunken youths.
Country girl Kim Hollingsworth (Emma Booth) takes her first steps into prostitution as a result of her abusive boyfriend Trent (Mark Furze) stealing her money. With Politician John Hatton (John Waters) pushing for a Royal Commission, Detective Inspector Dennis Kelly warns Detective Sergeants Jim Egan (Daniel Roberts) and Trevor Haken to clean-up their act, but instead, Jim and Trevor devise a plan to swindle $200,000 from the Federal Police, with the assistance of Drug King Bill Bayeh (Hazem Shammas) and his crew. Surviving a brutal stabbing, John Ibrahim strikes up a deal with a nightclub owner to buy a percentage of the Tunnel Cabaret and finally gets his foot in the door as an entrepreneur.