Bikie Wars: Brothers In Arms

8:30pm – Wednesday, July 4 on TV 3

The confrontation leaves six bikers and one innocent bystander dead. But the tragedy of Milperra is far from over in this week’s unmissable Bikie Wars: Brothers In Arms season finale, screening on Wednesday, July 4 th at 8:30pm on 3.

This week’s explosive finale sees Caesar (Anthony Hayes) trying to defuse the situation and suggesting they dispense with guns and “fight like men”. But a shot is fired – and suddenly a tragedy is inevitable. After it’s over, no one leaves, both sides feeling it was self-defence. But arrests are just a matter of time and both clubs are rounded up and sent to prison to await trial. Jock (Matt Nable) remains unrepentant, declaring himself the scapegoat. And blaming himself, Snoddy (Callan Mulvey) takes matters into his own hands – believing his sacrifice will save the others.

Will it? Find out when Bikie Wars: Brothers In Arms concludes it’s story on Wednesday, July 4 th at 8:30pm on 3.

8:30pm – Wednesday, June 13 on TV 3

Best known for his role as Aden Jefferies in Home And Away, this week sees Todd Lasance joining Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms, when the series continues on Wednesday, June 13 th at 8:30pm on 3. Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms tells the true story of the Milperra massacre, when the Bandidos and the Comancheros motorcycle clubs went to war on Father’s Day, Sunday 2 September 1984.

Bike clubs have always attracted the wayward, the lost and the lonely. And Lasance’s Kiddo is all three, but now he finds a home in the Comancheros, and a father figure in Jock Ross (Matt Nable).

“Having that transformation into a bikie was something I thrived on,” Lasance says of his latest role. “It was so far from what I’ve done previously in terms of physicality for a role – I had tattoos, scarring and a mullet going on.” But it was getting paid to ride motorcycles that made starring in Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms a “dream job” for Lasance.

“I got my bike licence four or five months before I found out about the role, so it was just perfect timing,” the actor explains.

“I ride a Kawasaki Ninja, so for anyone who rides they would know the riding position and the way it handles on the road is completely different [to a Harley].”

“So even though I had riding experience I had to get comfortable on Harleys and Triumphs. It was like a dream job turning up on set and doing half days of just riding.” Make sure not to miss him in action as a bad-boy Comancheros member when Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms continues its story on Wednesday, June 13 th at 8:30pm on 3.