Other successful dramas of the year included in the list are Danielle Cormack and Chelsie Preston's crime drama Underbelly: Razor and period drama Downton Abbey.

Daniel Mac Pherson and Zoe Ventoura's outback drama Wild Boys also featured in the round-up, in spite of its recent cancellation.

It is also rumoured that cast members Hugh Sheridan and Angus Mc Laren (more) » - By Rebecca Davies Daniel Mac Pherson has revealed that he is surprised to be dating Zoe Ventoura.

We are really happy." Daniel Mac Pherson, Zoe Ventoura's ' Wild Boys' axed by Seven Network He also addressed recent rumours that his Dancing with the Stars co-presenter Sonia Kruger has decided (more) » - By Rebecca Davies Wild Boys has been axed by the Seven Network.

The Australian western drama, which stars Daniel Mac Pherson and Zoe Ventoura, will not return to television screens in 2012 after TV bosses decided that the ratings have dropped too drastically during the first series.

whoops, can I say that, am I allowed to mention that? The new period drama, which stars former Neighbours actor Daniel Mac Pherson and Packed to the Rafters' Zoe Ventoura as lovers, beat the latest season of previous ratings winner Underbelly in the viewer figures last weekend.

According to Aap, Wild Boys attracted an audience of 1.674 million, with Underbelly: Razor coming in second place with 1.550 viewers.

A list of Australia's best and worst television shows of the year has been revealed.

Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo, which starred Asher Keddie as magazine editor Ita Buttrose, has been labelled the "best TV show" of 2011 by the Herald Sun newspaper.

She has also had a number of roles in the theatre, film and other television series such as drama series Last Man Standing, US feature films "Drive Hard", "Fatal Honeymoon" and the horror movie See No Evil.

More recently, she has filmed roles in Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales", and "SFv1", a sci-fi film by acclaimed director Shane Abbess.

She is best known for portraying Melissa Rafter (née Bannon) in the original cast of Packed to the Rafters.