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

THE uni­ver­sally ac­claimed ABC2 com­edy no­body watches, Please Like Me, star­ring Josh Thomas ( above), will have ac­cess to a much big­ger au­di­ence when the third sea­son screens on the main chan­nel from Oc­to­ber 15.

KEY and Peele will this year end af­ter five sea­sons.

COM­MU­NITY cre­ator Dan Har­mon says a movie is more likely than a sev­enth sea­son. How­ever, he hasn’t writ­ten a screen­play. US cop show Riz­zoli & Isles has been re­newed for a sev­enth sea­son.

A NEW re­port es­ti­mates 65 mil­lion peo­ple world­wide ac­cess the BBC iPlayer us­ing VPNs.

THE up­com­ing third sea­son of Da Vinci’s De­mons will be its last.

BILLY Bob Thorn­ton will star in Bos­ton Le­gal cre­ator David E. Kel­ley’s new drama for Ama­zon called Trial.

NAOMI Camp­bell has joined the cast of Amer­i­can Hor­ror Story: Ho­tel as a fash­ion editor who pays the ul­ti­mate price for her cri­tiques.

SBS has stitched up the free- to- air rights for another three sea­sons of the UEFA Cham­pi­ons League. The cov­er­age starts on Au­gust 19.

MELISSA McCarthy and hus­band Ben Fal­cone will pro­duce a new sin­gle- cam­era TV com­edy called Friends With Melissa, which will be loosely based on real- life for­mer Groundlings col­leagues who still toil in ob­scu­rity while all their friends have gone on to fame and for­tune.

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