Pacific Heat is a satire of cop shows, following an elite unit who take on crime on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
When the team goes undercover at a strip club to blow up a crystal meth ring, Maddie and VJ gain the trust of a stripper who knows key info.
A shipment of uranium goes missing from a nuclear lab and the team must work out who has it, before anyone gets the chance to build a dirty bomb.
When a team member's father is kidnapped by a radical organization, Pacific Heat heads to the Southeast Asian jungle to rescue him.
When German terrorists break into a laboratory and threaten to release anthrax, the team hatches a sketchy plan to storm the building.
Todd and Zac go undercover as security guards in Yemen to hunt for a dangerous terrorist, but they'll need Maddie and VJ's help to get out alive.
A journalist tags along as the team attempts to track down ecoterrorists who kidnapped the wife of a mining magnate.
Tasked with providing security for the visiting leader of a volatile country, the team fends off various threats against his life.
The team scrambles to find an arms dealer suspected of stealing a nuclear warhead that was being stored in a civilian warehouse.
The team is charged with safeguarding a Dutch masterpiece called "Nude with Nude" at an art show. But the painting disappears anyway.
When an illegal arms dealer acquires a shipment of surface-to-air missiles, the team heads to the Burmese jungle to stop them from being sold.
The team faces a midair crisis while serving as security for a sultan who insists on flying coach.
Shortly after suspending the Pacific Heat agents, the chief is kidnapped by a pair of brothers who have held a grudge against him for 36 years.