Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - WEEK IN MOVIES - WITH AN­DREW FEN­TON

JUS­TI­FIED’s Wal­ton Gog­gins ( right) will star op­po­site Danny McBride ( East­bound and Down) in HBO com­edy Vice Prin­ci­pals.

VIK­INGS sea­son three lands on SBS One on March 19. The ac­tion- packed se­ries was SBS’s high­est rat­ing drama of 2013 and 2014.

SEA­SON two of The Trans­porter, star­ring Aussie Chris Vance, hits FX on March 17.

FOR­MER Home And Away star Luke Mitchell has joined Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD as a “charis­matic in­hu­man”.

FAST For­ward’s Magda Szuban­ski and Marg Downey are re­turn­ing to sketch com­edy in a new 20 episode se­ries for Fox­tel, fi lmed in front of a stu­dio au­di­ence.

THE Walk­ing Dead’s Gover­nor David Mor­ris­sey is headed to Ex­tant as the head of the global se­cu­rity com­mis­sion

UN­FOR­GET­TABLE, star­ring Australia’s Poppy Mont­gomery, has now sur­vived be­ing can­celled twice by US net­work CBS – it’s be­ing re­vived on ca­ble net­work A& E.

THERE’S talk of Law & Or­der: Orig­i­nal Flavour be­ing re­vived for a 10- episode run.

THE Black­list, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Law & Or­der: SVU and Grimm have all been re­newed.

SARAH Jes­sica Parker ( be­low) will star and ex­ec­u­tive pro­duce HBO com­edy pi­lot Di­vorce, with Thomas Haden

Church play­ing her soonto- be ex­hus­band.

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