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

PRESTO’S top- ranked show Aquarius, star­ring David Du­chovny ( right) as an un­der­cover cop track­ing Charles Man­son, has been re­newed for a sec­ond sea­son af­ter it pulled record dig­i­tal num­bers in the US when NBC re­leased all 12 episodes online.

ALSO new on Presto: Mod­ern Fam­ily sea­son fi ve, Curb Your En­thu­si­asm, Six Feet Un­der, Mil­dred Pierce ( with Kate Winslet) and Os­car- win­ning mu­sic stu­dent drama Whiplash.

LISA McCune, Ma­rina Prior, Hugh Sheri­dan and Kate Miller- Hei­dke are film­ing The Di­vorce, a four- part ABC mul­ti­plat­form comedic opera.

A RE­AL­ITY com­pe­ti­tion for mar­ried cou­ples based on the film Mr and Mrs Smith – which was about mar­ried as­sas­sins hired to kill each other – is in de­vel­op­ment. No word on how it’ll work.

THE ABC has com­mis­sioned new se­ries of Rake ( with Richard Roxburgh, be­low), Janet King, Jack Ir­ish, The Code and The Doc­tor Blake Mys­ter­ies.

GRAHAM Nor­ton in­tends to quit his TV show be­fore he turns 60 … in eight years.

TODD McKen­ney hosts the 2015 Help­mann Awards on Fox­tel Arts on July 27 from 7.30pm. The event in­cludes per­for­mances by the casts of Les Misérables and Once.

AWARD- WIN­NING drama Trans­par­ent has been re­newed for a third sea­son, de­spite the fact pro­duc­tion has only just be­gun on sea­son two.

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