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

COM­EDY drama Cold Feet (above), which ran from 1998 to 2003, is be­ing re­vived by ITV for next year.

THE Walk­ing Dead has been re­newed for a sev­enth sea­son.

NEW Foxtel cus­tomers now get im­me­di­ate ac­cess to Foxtel Go and no longer have to wait for in­stal­la­tion be­fore ac­cess­ing con­tent.

STAR Trek is the lat­est TV brand be­ing re­vived to help boost sub­scriber num­bers for a stream­ing site, in this case CBS All Ac­cess in the US. NETFLIX, which saved

Long­mire from can­cel­la­tion, has re­newed it for a fifth sea­son.

VET Dr Glen Richards, the founder of Green­cross, will join Shark Tank in 2016, re­plac­ing John McGrath. ASH vs Evil Dead has

been re­newed. THE Mup­pets, John Sta­mos com­edy Grand­fa­thered and Rob Lowe’s The Grinder have all been given full se­ries orders.

IN an un­usual movie, Netflix has “un-re­newed”

Jack Black com­edy The Brink, can­celling an al­ready an­nounced sec­ond sea­son.

MISS Fisher’s Mur­der Mys­ter­ies’s pro­duc­ers plan to re­make clas­sic Aussie novel

Seven Lit­tle Aus­tralians as a four-part se­ries. SEA­SONS one to seven of The Big Bang The­ory,

star­ring Jim

Par­sons (be­low), will be avail­able on Presto from De­cem­ber 1 with sea­son eight next year.

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