Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - WEEK IN MOVIES - WITH DEB­BIE SCHIPP

HOW do we get this gig to tick off our bucket list? Wil­liam Shat­ner ( above), Henry “The Fonz’ Win­kler and Ge­orge Fore­man have signed on to star in NBC bro­mance- style trav­el­ogue re­al­ity se­ries Bet­ter Late

Than Never. The three will join co­me­dian Jeff Dye and sports­caster Terry

Brad­shaw jour­ney­ing across Asia, de­liv­er­ing ( NBC hopes) a few laughs as they nav­i­gate un­fa­mil­iar cul­tures where they’re un­knowns rather than celebs.

ORIG­I­NAL Grand De­signs guru Kevin McCloud re­turns to the ABC next Sun­day, with another swathe of am­bi­tious self- build­ing projects from the UK. First cab off the rank is a cou­ple who want a home with a view – de­spite the fact the site is a crum­bling cliff regularly lashed by 100km/ h winds. That’s tame com­pared to McCloud’s latest ven­ture – fi lm­ing for his new se­ries Es­cape to the

Wild has seen him ice fi shing in - 30C in Swe­den. ABC favourite Shaun

Mi­callef started fi lm­ing his new com­edy se­ries in Mel­bourne ear­lier this month. The six- part The Ex- PM sees Mi­callef play­ing a for­mer prime min­is­ter with way too much time on his hands.

THIS week’s fi nal episode of Re­venge sees a few fa­mil­iar faces re­turn to see if

Emily Van Camp’s Emily is ready to lay down the sword. Among them are Christa

B. Allen ( who played Char­lotte Grayson) and guest star Court­ney Love ( right) – repris­ing her re­cur­ring role as rich new ar­rival in the Hamp­tons, White Gold.

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