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When and where you can watch Luke Mitchell's new series The Code in Australia

Everything you need to know about his latest project!

By Tina Burke
Australian actor Luke Mitchell has gone on to enjoy major success in the US since his departure from Summer Bay, landing roles in series including The Tomorrow People, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and Blindspot.
Now, the Home and Away alum is leading a US Military based drama called The Code.
The series follows an elite team of the military's brightest minds, who tackle legal challenges facing the U.S. Marine Corp.
Luke stars as Captain John 'Abe' Abraham, a driven prosecutor following his family tradition of serving in the military.

Luke, 33, is joined in the cast by Dan Delaney (Desperate Housewives, Body Proof), Anna Wood (The Following), Ato Essandoh (Elementary, Jason Bourne), Phillipa Soo (Blue Night) and Raffi Barsoumian (The Vampire Diaries).
Captain Abraham's love interest will be Anna's character Captain Maya Dobbins, with the pair described as having chemistry "in spades."

The new drama series will air on CBS in the US, premiering April 9. But when and where can Luke's Australian fans catch the series?
The Code will premiere Wednesday, April 10, on Network 10's new streaming service 10 All Access.
The on-demand subscription service offers more than 7000 commercial-free episodes, exclusive original series and, of course, CBS content. The streaming service will be the new home of Luke's series!

The Code premieres Wednesday, 10 April, on 10 All Access.

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