May 4th 2015


Nowhere Boys – Series 2 Wins Logie

The action-adventure series Nowhere Boys – Series 2 has won the ‘Logie’ for ‘Most Outstanding Children’s Program’ at the 57th annual TV Week Logie Awards in Melbourne.

Three ACTF supported productions were nominated for the 2015 Logie ‘Most Outstanding Children’s Program’: Bushwhacked! – Series 2, Worst Year of My Life, Again! and Nowhere Boys – Series 2.

Nowhere Boys is a multi-award winning Matchbox Pictures production created by Tony Ayres and broadcast on ABC3.

It is the second Logie win for Nowhere Boys after the first series won ‘Most Outstanding Children’s Program’ in 2014.

In Series 2 the Nowhere Boys experiment with new and unpredictable powers after crossing back into this universe.

Nowhere Boys - Series 1 and 2 are distributed in Australia and New Zealand by the ACTF.

Schools are able to access the Nowhere Boys Study Kit in The Learning Centre and the DVDs are available from the ACTF shop.

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