Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - NEWS - WITH AN­DREW FEN­TON

The Player, star­ring Wes­ley Snipes (above), is on the verge of can­cel­la­tion, hav­ing been trimmed from 13 episodes to nine.

A RE­BOOT of 1980s TV se­ries Amaz­ing Sto­ries – fea­tur­ing a new tale each week – is in de­vel­op­ment.

A SEC­OND sea­son of Glitch has been an­nounced with the ABC promis­ing “the mys­tery will be solved” about why the dead have re­turned.

Nowhere Boys has been nom­i­nated for a Chil­dren’s BAFTA award.

The Aus­tralian Di­rec­tors Guild has pro­posed a 50 per cent quota for fe­male di­rec­tors for projects funded by Screen Aus­tralia.

SBS’s new chan­nel Food Net­work kicks off on Novem­ber 17 fea­tur­ing pro­grams from Cur­tis Stone, Rachael Ray and An­drew Zim­mern among oth­ers.

Mary Berry has joined the US ver­sion of The Great Bri­tish Bake Off, called The Great Hol­i­day Bak­ing Show.

The Nine Net­work will stream its chan­nels on the in­ter­net, join­ing Seven. Foxtel Arts will screen David McAl­lis­ter and The Aus­tralian Bal­let’s pro­duc­tion of The Sleep­ing Beauty on De­cem­ber 6 at 7.30pm.

Ed­die Per­fect (right) is cre­at­ing a com­edy pi­lot for the ABC called The Fu­ture is Ex­pen­sive, loosely based on his life.

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