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

Who’s The Boss and Taxi

star Tony Danza ( above) will star in new fam­ily sit­com

Se­bas­tian, from the cre­ator of My Name is Earl. Vinyl has been re­newed for a se­cond sea­son.

Olly Murs has quit his co- host­ing role on the UK ver­sion of The X- Fac­tor, to fo­cus on mak­ing his own mu­sic.

Strike Back’s Philip Winch­ester will star in Chicago Law.

Un­for­get­table has been can­celled for the third and pos­si­bly fi­nal time.

Film­ing is tipped to be­gin in May on new cook­ing con­test Zumbo’s Just Desserts

pre­sented by MasterChef taskmas­ter Adri­ano

Zumbo, de­vised by the mak­ers of MKR.

Vik­ing’s Clive Standen will play a young ver­sion of Bryan Mills( Liam Nee son in the film) in the Taken TV pre­quel se­ries from NBC.

Stockard Chan­ning will star in a new com­edy pi­lot called

Me and Mean Mar­garet

about an of­fen­sive, leg­endary ac­tor and the 27- year- old lawyer who has to babysit her.

Dwayne John­son and Kevin Hart will host the MTV

Movie Awards on April 10.

Break­ing Bad’s Anna Gunn, Re­view’s Andy Daly and Em­pire’s Adam Ro­driguez are set to co- star

in fam­ily com­edy pi­lot Chuck

and Bean about two mis­fits who ben­e­fit from hav­ing two very dif­fer­ent sets of par­ents liv­ing next door to them.

Amy Adams

will star in the TV adap­ta­tion of

Gone Girl au­thor Gil­lian Flynn’s Sharp Ob­jects.

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