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An ensemble cast led by Scottish actor Iain Glen ("Game of Thrones") and Golden Globe nominee Frances O'Connor ("The Missing") star in a futuristic drama with roots in Aboriginal mythology. Creatures known as Hairypeople, endowed with incredible strength, speed and longevity, seek refuge among humans who want to silence, exploit and ultimately destroy them. As unexplained murders terrify the populace, one chosen savior -- the Cleverman -- can ensure peace, but two estranged Indigenous brothers must put their differences aside before fear, hate and greed destroy civilization.

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aired 324 days ago
Allegiances are tested when Jarli takes action in the city; Waruu possesses the one thing that can kill Koen.
aired 332 days ago
Koen targets Waruu's power base and confronts him, demanding he close the Inclusion Clinic; Waruu is unintimidated as he believes he has a very special weapon; Slade has Waruu's hair DNA tested and is stunned by the results.
aired 339 days ago
Koen fears his powers are diminishing; Darana is appalled by Jarli's actions; Waruu learns vital information about the nulla nulla.
aired 346 days ago
Koen grows in power and understanding as he spends time with Uncle Jimmy. Meanwhile, Waruu discovers a dangerous new creature and is led by an old story to a substance he believes can vanquish the Cleverman.
aired 353 days ago
Waruu takes a position in government for the Inclusion Initiative; Koen vows to do whatever he can to help the Hairy people.
aired 360 days ago
Koen must unite the hairy and human people of the Zone, who have scattered and disappeared across the City after the demolishing of their home.

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