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A Place to Call Home is an Australian drama set in the rural reaches of New South Wales in the years immediately after World War II. It centers on the character of Sarah Adams, a woman who was raised Catholic but who left her family in Australia to marry a Jewish man and convert to Judaism. When she returns to Australia 20 years later, she goes to work in a rural hospital and clashes with members of the prominent local Bligh family.

A Place to Call Home is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (68 episodes). The series first aired on April 28, 2013.

Where do I stream A Place to Call Home online? A Place to Call Home is available for streaming on Acorn TV, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch A Place to Call Home on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, The Roku Channel, Google Play, iTunes online.

Acorn TV
6 Seasons, 68 Episodes
April 28, 2013
Cast: Marta Dusseldorp, Noni Hazlehurst, Brett Climo, Craig Hall
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A Place to Call Home Full Episode Guide

  • As the Blighs celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah, Jack slips further into depression, until a conversation with Frank inspires him to make a courageous decision. Elizabeth sets up her maternity hospital, and the family urges Carolyn to reach out to Jack.

  • Four months after Prudence's party, Carolyn and Jack are living separately, and one of Anna's novels has been adapted into a radio serial. As Anna plots to bring her parents back together with her pregnancy, Jack counsels a men's group, and Olivia embarks on a new relationship.

  • George tries to comfort Sarah through her crisis, but she pushes him away. With his future at the hospital in question, Jack brings Dr. Burton a proposition, and Doris distances herself from the Blighs after seeing Henry and Harry together.

  • As Henry suffers a breakdown, Jack worries about being forced out of the hospital by the board. Stan starts exhibiting strange behavior but refuses to allow Sarah and Jack to examine him, leading to a dangerous confrontation that has lasting consequences for Sarah.

  • While Matthew and Olivia learn the identity of Georgie's birth mother, Anna decides to stand proudly as an unwed mother-to-be. Amid controversy over the hospital's women's clinic, Henry's friend interviews for the open surgeon position but clashes with Jack.

  • As Carolyn reconnects with her old flame, Matthew tries to convince Olivia to stay with him. Jack suspects that local troublemaker Stan O’Rourke may have been responsible for Henry’s accident, but he lacks proof of the crime.

  • Dawn's funeral brings healing for some, while the consequences of Henry's accident brings soul searching for others.

  • Sarah supports a heartbroken Roy in the aftermath of Dawn and the baby's death. Stan's harsh attack forces Elizabeth to question her place in the family. Henry's life is changed forever.

  • Sarah and George's wonderful news signals the beginning of a new era at Ash Park. James' return rattles Henry.

  • Richard is arrested for murder, and Jack tries to piece together what happened that night. Following their evening together, Anna considers a relationship with Henry, but Olivia angrily warns her off.

  • The Blighs worry about Jack after he goes missing following Richard's comments at the political debate. The police find a body in the river and assume the cause of death was suicide, until Henry performs an autopsy.

  • Jack begins his political campaign running as an independent, while George comes clean to his constituents about Sarah and David. As Matthew grows closer to Olivia, Anna worries that she'll never find love again and turns to alcohol to dull her pain.

  • After a long and difficult labor, Sarah gives birth, but the baby's future remains uncertain. Carolyn tries to follow Sarah's wishes and prevent Elizabeth from telling George the news.

  • Feeling distant from the rest of the family, George considers selling the farm. As Inverness prepares for the annual open day and fete in support of the hospital, Richard schemes new ways to bring down the Blighs.

  • The Blighs contend with Douglas's death and planning his funeral, but Elizabeth takes it especially hard and lashes out at the rest of the family. Regina urges George to examine their accounts, suspecting that Richard will attack him financially, but Sarah can't bring herself to trust Regina.

  • Sarah panics when she thinks she sees a villain from her past in Canberra. Douglas finally knows the truth about his illness and asks Jack for help. Anna contacts Richard for advice about getting out of a publishing contract with Ed.

  • Having severed ties with Richard, Regina returns to her farm, where Sarah confronts her and urges her to leave Inverness. After an indiscretion at Ash Park, the Blighs find out about Anna's relationship with her publisher, Ed.

  • To Sarah and the Blighs' horror, Regina is released from the asylum. George ruffles feathers as he considers converting to Judaism, while Elizabeth finds it difficult to participate in Sarah's Jewish traditions.

  • While Sarah attempts to track down a local Jewish girl who ran away from her uncle, Sarah and George argue about what religion in which to bring up their son, David. Douglas ignores orders to rest after his health scare.

  • Four years later and we pick up the lives of the Bligh family's Anzac Day, 1958. Sarah comes into conflict with the hierarchy at the hospital over the misdiagnosis of an indigenous man, and challenges George over what religion David should be raised in.