IN THE KNOW

WITH AN­DREW FENTON

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - WEEK IN MOVIES -

Based on stel­lar rat­ings for the pre­miere, NBC has or­dered nine ad­di­tional scripts for Blindspot which stars Aussie ac­tor Sul­li­van Sta­ple­ton and Jaimie Alexan­der (above). A RE­MAKE of clas­sic 1980s ac­tion se­ries The A-Team is in de­vel­op­ment.

Re­becca Gib­ney and Steve Pea­cocke drama Wanted is now film­ing in Queens­land. It’s about two strangers who in­ter­vene in a car­jack­ing and get swept up in a cross-coun­try chase in a car stacked with cash.

De­vi­ous Maids and Mis­tresses have both been re­newed for fourth sea­sons.

Net­flix has com­mis­sioned 12 new episodes of Char­lie

Brooker’s dark tech­nol­ogy satire se­ries Black Mir­ror. Sea­son two of Steven

Soder­bergh’s bril­liant but icky his­tor­i­cal med­i­cal se­ries

The Knick, star­ring Clive Owen, re­turns to Show­case on Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 21.

Matt Damon and Ben Af­fleck will ex­ec­u­tive pro­duce a new film for HBO called Thirst set against the back­drop of the global wa­ter cri­sis.

Jenna Coleman says she’ll be happy to re­turn to Doc­tor

Who as a guest star “if there was a good story”.

Jen­nifer Beals’ supernatural drama

Proof has been can­celled.

Mag­gie Gyl­len­haal (right) has joined The

Wire cre­ator David Si­mon’s

1970s porn drama The Deuce.

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