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

US ca­ble sci- fi se­ries

Hun­ters will start pro­duc­tion in Mel­bourne within weeks. It stars These Fi­nal Hours‘

Nathan Phillips ( above) as a de­tec­tive who un­cov­ers a se­cret gov­ern­ment unit hunt­ing ter­ror­ists who may not be from this world.

Ju­lian McMa­hon co- stars.

PRESTO has ac­quired 100 hours of BBC docos hosted by such lu­mi­nar­ies as Louis Th­er­oux, Michael Palin, Stephen Fry and Joanna Lum­ley.

PRO­DUC­TION is un­der way in Mel­bourne on the fea­ture­length movie Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shad­ows based on the ABC3 se­ries and di­rected by David Cae­sar ( Dirty Deeds).

EX­CEL­LENT new drama UN­REAL – a dra­matic look at the be­hind- the- scenes ma­nip­u­la­tion on a re­al­ity dat­ing show that is ex­actly like

The Bach­e­lor – has been re­newed for a sec­ond sea­son. It screens on Stan.

THE Hol­ly­wood Re­porter has se­lected The Slap, Se­crets and Lies and Went­worth among its “20 In­ter­na­tional Se­ries to Binge Watch This Sum­mer”.

WALK­ING Dead ac­tress Emily Kin­ney has joined Mas­ters of Sex, play­ing a sex sur­ro­gate.

Melissa Leo ( Way­ward Pines) and Bryan Cranston ( Break­ing Bad) will star in HBO biopic All The Way, about Lyn­don John­son’s el­e­va­tion to US pres­i­dent af­ter the Kennedy as­sas­si­na­tion and his land­slide re- elec­tion.

Chicago – just the city, not the en­tire US state of Illi­nois – has slapped a 9 per cent tax on stream­ing ser­vices in­clud­ing Netfl ix and Spo­tify.

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