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

AN­THONY LaPaglia and Si­grid Thorn­ton ( pic­tured) have signed on for sea­son two of The Code, ex­pected to screen on ABC TV next year.

PRO­DUC­TION on sea­son four of Went­worth is un­der­way at a new hush­hush lo­ca­tion, some­where in Mel­bourne’s western sub­urbs.

GRUEN will re­place The Weekly With Char­lie Pickering on Wed­nes­day nights from Septem­ber 9.

SEA­SON three of A Place To Call Home pre­mieres on its new home SoHo on Septem­ber 27. The orig­i­nal sea­son two fi­nale has been re­placed with a new end­ing that screens on Septem­ber 13.

1980s pop star Boy Ge­orge has joined The Voice UK as a coach, re­plac­ing Tom Jones. The crooner was deeply un­happy about his “sub­stan­dard treat­ment”.

THE Last Ship has been re­newed for a third sea­son.

PRO­DUC­TION has be­gun on Walk­ing Dead cre­ator Robert Kirk­man’s new ex­or­cism drama Out­cast, which will screen here on FX next year.

HBO com­edy Ballers, star­ring Dwayne “The Rock” John­son as a re­tired football su­per­star, de­buts on Show­case on Septem­ber 15.

JAKE John­son ( pic­tured, New Girl), Tim Minchin, Kat Stewart and Sam Sim­mons will make guest ap­pear­ances in No Ac­tiv­ity, a new com­edy on Stan in Novem­ber, from the peo­ple be­hind A Moody Christ­mas.

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