IN THE KNOW

WITH DEB­BIE SCHIPP

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - NEWS -

THE per­son for­merly known as Bruce Jen­ner – who showed her new iden­tity to the

world via a Van­ity Fair cover em­bla­zoned with the with

the words “Call Me Cait­lyn” ( above) had us hang­ing on ev­ery word of her tell- all

Diane Sawyer in­ter­view about trans­form­ing into a woman ear­lier this year. While

the cur­rent se­ries of Keep­ing Up With the Kar­dashi­ans is get­ting good mileage from the story, Cait­lyn’s own doc­u­men­tary – an eight- part se­ries about trans­form­ing and living as a trans­gen­der woman - will air lo­cally on E! on July 27 at 9.30pm.

RE­VENGE wraps up on screens here next week af­ter four sea­sons, with a dou­ble- episode to­mor­row night paving the way for an ex­plo­sive se­ries fi nale. The show was canned af­ter four sea­sons in the US in late April on the back of de­clin­ing rat­ings, which iron­i­cally have surged in the US on news of its can­cel­la­tion. One un­ex­pected fan of the show is hor­ror writer Stephen

King, who re­port­edly has a love for evil ma­tri­arch Vic­to­ria Grayson’s ( Madeleine

Stowe) wither­ing one- lin­ers and kept up a run­ning com­men­tary on Nolan’s ( Gabriel Mann, be­low) hair.

GOT a feel­ing this can’t end well. Pro­ducer Ben

Sil­ver­man ( The Offi ce, Ugly Betty, Jane the Vir­gin) has teamed with Friends co

cre­ator Marta Kauff man to adapt the popular UK med­i­cal dram­edy se­ries Doc Martin for the US mar­ket.

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