List of Blue Heelers Episodes

List Of Blue Heelers Episodes

The following is a list of episodes from the Australian police-drama, Blue Heelers, which premiered on 10 September 1993 and concluded on 4 June 2006, due to its cancellation by the Seven Network. Blue Heelers, which was created by Hal McElroy and Tony Morphett and produced by Southern Star, ran for thirteen season and a total of 510 episodes of the hit programme were produced. Blue Heelers won a total of 25 Logie Awards, five of which were the prestigious Gold Logie, 3 AFI Awards, 3 People's Choice Awards, and 1 AWGIE Awards.

Read more about List Of Blue Heelers Episodes:  Overview, Season 1 (1993/1994), Season 2 (1995), Season 3 (1996), Season 4 (1997), Season 5 (1998), Season 6 (1999), Season 7 (2000), Season 8 (2001), Season 9 (2002), Season 10 (2003), Season 11 (2004), Season 12 (2005), Season 13 (2006)

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