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Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - NEWS - WITH DEB­BIE SCHIPP

FILM­ING on Fox­tel’s Se­cret City be­gins in Au­gust with a stel­lar cast set to head to chilly Can­berra – the lo­ca­tion of the new minis­eries. The six- part po­lit­i­cal thriller fea­tures Anna Torv ( Fringe), Damon Her­ri­man ( above, Jus­tifi ed) and Dan Wyl­lie ( Love My Way) as key cast. It’s the fi rst show to be shot as part of Fox­tel’s plan to dou­ble its out­put of Aus­tralian scripted, fac­tual, lifestyle and en­ter­tain­ment pro­gram­ming by 2018. SIN­GLE women look­ing for love ( or no­to­ri­ety) via re­al­ity TV need to be quick if they want to be part of the new sea­son of The Farmer Wants A Wife. Ap­pli­ca­tions for sea­son nine of the show close to­day. Visit www. farmer­want­saw­ife.com. au SEA­SON two of The Blacklist re­turns to Seven in the next cou­ple of weeks, but State­side, where the se­ries two fi nale has aired, they’re al­ready teas­ing sea­son three, due to start in the next few months. And it seems the show will con­tinue to raise as many new ques­tions as it does an­swers. Me­gan Boone ( be­low) re­cently proved as elu­sive as her al­ter ego Liz Keene, say­ing “sea­son three is go­ing to be the same char­ac­ters but a diff er­ent show, a very diff er­ent dy­namic”. And James Spader’s Red Red­ding­ton seems set to re­main as enig­matic as ever, with Spader say­ing: “You’re never quite sure what he is … whether he’s more a good man who’s ca­pa­ble of very, very bad things or whether he’s a bad man who’s ca­pa­ble of very good things.”

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