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Midwest Times - - ENTERTAINMENT - Mitchell Wood­cock

Net­flix

Net­flix has re­leased its lat­est hit TV se­ries The Girl From Nowhere.

The crime-fan­tasy se­ries fol­lows a mys­te­ri­ous, clever girl named Nanno who trans­fers to dif­fer­ent schools, ex­pos­ing the lies and mis­deeds of the stu­dents and fac­ulty.

This week The De­gen­er­ates also be­came avail­able.

The six-part stand-up se­ries fol­lows six co­me­di­ans who ex­plore the coarse and sala­cious side of com­edy.

Joey Diaz, Big Jay Oak­er­son, Liza Treyger, Ya­maneika Saun­ders, Brad Wil­liams, and Christina P will each anchor their own 30-minute episode, which prom­ises to ei­ther broaden the way peo­ple think about comedic taboos or just put for­ward some jokes.

Stan

New to Stan is se­ries two of the fan­tas­tic Bri­tish com­edy, Damned.

Bri­tish co­me­di­ans Jo Brand (Get­ting On), Alan Davies (Jonathan Creek) and Kevin El­don (I'm Alan Par­tridge) head­line this chuck­le­some and fright­fully Bri­tish sit­com set in the of­fice of the Chil­dren’s Ser­vices Depart­ment in a small-town coun­cil. Hi­lar­ity and red tape en­sue.

7Plus

Aus­tralian drama Wanted is back for a third sea­son.

Fol­low Lola and Chelsea as they con­tinue their adventure, run­ning from the po­lice and solv­ing the ul­ti­mate mys­tery of the se­ries.

Other shows on 7Plus in­clude Home and Away, the Good Doc­tor, All To­gether Now: The 100, 9-1-1 and The Res­i­dent.

ABC iView

Catch up on all your favourite come­dies, dra­mas and sport on ABC’s iView.

With ac­cess to ev­ery­thing from Doc­tor Who to Aus­tralian come­dies such as Su­per­wog and Black Com­edy, there is plenty for ev­ery­one.

Each week episodes of your favourite shows are up­dated onto the page, al­low­ing peo­ple to watch their shows even if they missed them on the ABC’s chan­nels.

Re­becca Gib­ney and Geral­dine Hakewill are back for sea­son three of Wanted.

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