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

CHRISTINA Aguil­era ( right) is go­ing coun­try. The US Voice judge has signed on to guest- star on mu­sic soap Nashville.

WALK­ING Dead cre­ator Robert Kirk­man will pro­duce a se­ries based on his comic book Out­cast. It stars Pa­trick Fugit as a man who tries to fi nd out why he’s pos­sessed by demons. Out­cast will screen on FX.

THE Weekly with Char­lie Pick­er­ing – joined by

Tom Glee­son and Kitty Flana­gan – launches in April on the ABC.

THE First Tues­day Book Club is now the fi rst Sun­day book club, although they’re just call­ing it The Book Club. Catch the fi rst episode, recorded at the Perth Writ­ers’ Fes­ti­val, 6pm tonight on ABC.

ADRI­ANNE Pal­icki is now a regular on Marvel’s Agents of S. H. I. E. L. D.

BAN­SHEE will re­turn for a fourth sea­son.

THE Li­brar­i­ans has also been re­newed for its sec­ond sea­son of 10 episodes.

THE Mid­dle will be short one cast mem­ber af­ter Char­lie McDer­mott ( Axl) was cast in Greg Garcia’s com­edy Su­per Clyde, about a fast- food worker who be­comes a su­per­hero.

NOV­EL­IST Nick Hornby will write his fi rst TV drama called Love, Nina about a 19- year- old woman who goes to work as a nanny in Lon­don.

SHOOT­ING be­gins this week on the sec­ond sea­son of The Tun­nel.

JAMES Franco ( be­low) has been cast as the lead in time- trav­el­ling Kennedy as­sas­si­na­tion thriller 11/ 22/ 63 based on the book by

Stephen King.

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