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

AUSSIE ac­tress Maeve Der­mody (above) has joined

BBC thriller SS-GB, set in Nazi-oc­cu­pied Lon­don. She plays an Amer­i­can journo.

HALLE Berry’s Ex­tant has been put out of its mis­ery af­ter two sea­sons.

HALT and Catch Fire has been re­newed for a third sea­son of 10 episodes, with co-cre­ators and writ­ers Christo­pher Cantwell and Christo­pher C. Rogers pro­moted to showrun­ners.

THE Mi­nor­ity Re­port TV adap­ta­tion has been cut from 13 episodes to 10, which bodes poorly for its sur­vival.

TWENTY-two year old Syd­ney ac­tor Artin John (iZom­bie) will ap­pear in The X-Files lim­ited se­ries.

FEAR the Walk­ing Dead had the high­est-rated de­but sea­son in US cable TV his­tory.

PRO­DUC­TION is un­der way in Syd­ney on sea­son two of Janet King star­ring Marta Dus­sel­dorp.

BOB’S Burg­ers has been re­newed for two more sea­sons.

TOP Gear, with new host Chris Evans, re­turns in May.

AMER­I­CAN Gothic, ex­ec­u­tive pro­duced by Steven Spiel­berg, has been green­lit by CBS.

PEE Wee Her­man, AKA Paul Reubens is join­ing Gotham as Oswald Cob­ble­pot’s fa­ther – a role he played in Bat­man Re­turns (1992).

KING of Queens star Kevin James (be­low) will re­turn to tele­vi­sion play­ing a hen­pecked former cop in a new 13-episode com­edy.

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