|German title||The Strip|
|Original title||The Strip|
|Country of production||Australia|
|Knapman-Wyld Productions, FremantleMedia Australia, New Wave Entertainment|
|length||43 to 44 minutes|
|Episodes||13 in 1 season|
|Theme music||The Strip Theme|
|idea||Steve Knapman, Kris Wyld|
|production||Steve Knapman, Kris Wyld|
|music||The DA's Office and Les Gock Sound Thinking|
|First broadcast||September 4, 2008 (Australia) on Nine Network|
|November 8, 2010 on VOX|
The Strip is an Australian television series that premiered on September 4, 2008 on Nine Network . The series consists of 13 episodes in one season, because the broadcasting station refrained from a sequel due to weak ratings. A broadcast synchronized in German was broadcast on VOX's night program from November 8, 2010 , as the RTL Group undertook to broadcast it, but after it was canceled on Australian television, it was not used for a series with only 13 episodes at the time.
The series is extremely reminiscent of the American television series CSI: Miami . Not only is the series set in the Australian city of Gold Coast filmed in a similar style to its US counterpart, the police investigators, called Main Beach CIB here, also drive heavy SUVs . The series budget for the 13 episodes totaled A $ 7.8 million
- Aaron Jeffery as Detective Jack Cross
- Vanessa Gray as Detective Frances "Frankie" Tully
- Simone McAullay as Plain Clothes Constable Jessica McCay
- Bob Morley as Plain Clothes Constable Tony Moretti
- Frankie J. Holden as Inspector Max Nelson
Publication on DVD
The company PIDAX film plans to release the series on July 29, 2016 in German-speaking countries on DVD.
- The Strip (2008) .
- VOX repeats Australian crime series "The Strip" at acceptable airtime .
- VOX celebrates ratings successes with secretly broadcast night series .
- The Strip (2008) on television .
- Axed: The Strip . November 15, 2008.
- Mariano Glas: McLeod's Aaron Jeffery in the new crime series "The Strip" .
- The Strip / The Complete 13-Part Police Series .