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GAL­LIPOLI direc­tor Glen­dyn Ivin has started pre- pro­duc­tion on six- part ABC drama The Beau­ti­ful

Lie, a re- imag­in­ing of Leo Tol­stoy’s Anna Karen­ina. JUDGE Judy ( right), cur­rently on $ 47 mil­lion a year, has signed up to ap­pear un­til 2020.

WENT­WORTH will re­turn next year with sea­son four of 12 episodes. It’s now watched in more than 80 coun­tries. HOW To Get Away With

Mur­der isn’t a huge hit here in Australia, but it will be back with a sec­ond sea­son.

FOX­TEL is off er­ing a free 30day trial to its Presto Movies and Presto TV stream­ing bun­dle, nor­mally worth $ 14.99.

A COM­BINED spin- off of Ar­row and The Flash, star­ring Bran­don Routh as The Atom is in devel­op­ment.

PRO­FES­SIONAL right- wing pot- stir­rer Ann Coul­ter will play the vice pres­i­dent in

Shark­nado 3. IF any­one still cares, Un­der

The Dome’s third sea­son will fea­ture CSI vet­eran Marg

Hel­gen­berger as “the town’s in­hab­i­tants fi gure out the dome’s pur­pose and what it wants from them”. JUDE Apa­tow will co

pro­duce Pee- wee’s Big Hol­i­day for Netfl ix, star­ring Paul Reubens.

NET­FLIX Australia launches on March 24. Orig­i­nal shows an­nounced in­clude Be­tween which launches in May,

Sense8 on June 5 and Wet Hot Amer­i­can Sum­mer: First Day of Camp on July 17.

TRUE Blood’s Stephen Moyer ( be­low) and Sons of An­ar­chy’s Katey Sa­gal will star in new his­tor­i­cal drama The Bas­tard Ex­e­cu­tioner about a war­rior-knight turned ex­e­cu­tioner.

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