Sandra Sully and Matt Doran present Wanted. Wanted will work with the Australian public and police to help solve major crimes and bring offenders to justice. The series will employ a broad range of social media to encourage the public to help solve crimes, with viewers being encouraged to provide immediate information anonymously that could prove a vital lead. Fronted by one of Australia's most respected news presenters, Sandra Sully, and TEN News presenter and former crime reporter Matt Doran, Wanted will cover all types of unsolved crime, from cold-case murders to major assault, missing persons, sex crimes, cybercrime, scams and criminals on the run.

Wanted - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-07-08

Wanted - Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012 video game) - Netflix

Need for Speed: Most Wanted is an open world racing game developed by Criterion Games and published by Electronic Arts (EA). Announced on 4 June 2012, during EA's E3 press conference, Most Wanted is the nineteenth title in the Need for Speed series and was released worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation Vita, iOS and Android, beginning in North America on 30 October 2012, with a Wii U version following on 14 March 2013 under the title Need for Speed: Most Wanted U. The game picked up on the Most Wanted intellectual property, as opposed to the Hot Pursuit reboot that Criterion Games developed previously. Need for Speed: Most Wanted received positive reviews, which focused on the world map that blended the styles of previous Burnout and Need for Speed games, and the social features, while criticism fell on the single-player mode. Following its release, the game won several awards including the 2012 Spike Video Game Awards for Best Driving Game and was nominated for Best British Game and Best Online Multiplayer at the 2013 BAFTA Awards, and was repeatedly recognized as the best driving/racing game of 2012 by several outlets.

Wanted - Marketing and release - Netflix

In addition to the standard edition, a Limited Edition version of the game was available through pre-order at the same price as the regular game. The Limited Edition features numerous bonuses over the standard edition, including “four hours of double Speed Points, custom liveries, pre-customized rollouts and two vehicles: the Porsche 911 Carrera S and the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale.” EA also collaborated with several retail outlets on pre-order incentives through several store chains throughout the world. Each retailer offered one of three “special edition extra pack”, which consists of multiplayer cars with unique modifications that fit different play styles. Which of the “special edition extra pack” the player received depended upon where they pre-order the game. The “special edition extra packs” on offer were the Speed Pack, Strike Pack and Power Pack. To celebrate the launch of Most Wanted, a contest was held where Facebook users could “like” a picture for the chance to win a VIP kit, which included an iPhone 4S, an iPad 3, a watch, a pair of Converse shoes, a “Get Wanted” cap, and a copy of the game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. A single-player demo was released on 13 November on Xbox Live Marketplace worldwide and the PlayStation Network in North America and on 15 November 2012 on the PlayStation Network in Europe. The demo packs four vehicles, each with their own races, challenges and unlockable mods. Speed Points racked up in the demo also carry over to the full game if the player bought it, up to a cap of 50,000. On 21 November 2012, EA updated the Need for Speed Autolog iPhone app with support for Most Wanted. The app features the in-game maps, Speed Point tallies, allows to manage friend interactions, change profile picture, view speed walls, and keep up to the latest Most Wanted info via the news feed. On 1 February 2016, the Windows version of the game was made available for free via Origin's “On the House” program.

Wanted - References - Netflix