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

NETFLIX has given a straight- to- se­ries or­der for

Haters Back Off which is based on Mi­randa Sings, an in­cred­i­bly confi dent but tal­ent­less char­ac­ter cre­ated by YouTube star Colleen Ballinger- Evans ( pic­tured). She has 5.7 mil­lion sub­scribers on YouTube and 2 mil­lion Twit­ter fol­low­ers.

THE stream­ing out­let has also re­leased pre­miere dates for its re­turn­ing shows

Un­break­able Kimmy

Sch­midt ( April 15) and Grace

and Frankie ( May 6). New shows com­ing up in­clude Baz Luhrmann’s mu­sic- drama

The Get Down, ( Au­gust 12), com­edy Flaked star­ring

Will Ar­nett ( March 11), sib­ling com­edy The Ranch star­ring Ash­ton Kutcher ( April 1), French lan­guage se­ries Mar­seille ( May 5) and mys­tery Stranger Things star­ring Wi­nona Ry­der ( July 15). EX­EC­U­TIVE pro­ducer Jim Car­rey’s dark com­edy

I’m Dy­ing Up Here, set in the 1970s stand- up com­edy world, has the green light by the Show­time chan­nel.

THE Walk­ing Dead

re­turns to FX on Fe­bru­ary 15 at 1.30pm. There will be blood.

ALL of the episodes in

sea­son four of Or­ange Is

The New Black hit Fox­tel’s Show­case chan­nel on June 17.

Af­ter a string of quickly can­celled duds, Rachael

Tay­lor ( pic­tured) has been cel­e­brat­ing the news that the crit­i­cally ac­claimed Jes­sica

Jones is get­ting a se­cond sea­son. Sea­son two may ( or may not) fea­ture her char­ac­ter turn­ing into su­per­hero


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