IN THE KNOW

WITH AN­DREW FEN­TON

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - WEEK IN MOVIES -

IT’S all go at Fox­tel with three lo­cal shows re­cently go­ing back into pro­duc­tion. Work has be­gun on A Place To Call Home’s fourth sea­son, star­ring Noni Ha­zle­hurst ( above). It looks at the “reds un­der the beds” scare. Also in pro­duc­tion, sea­son three of Coast Aus­tralia with Neil Oliver and the se­cond sea­son of AFL re­al­ity com­pe­ti­tion The Re­cruit, with Mick Malt­house lead­ing the search for the next footy star.

SAT­IS­FAC­TION, star­ring Aussie Matt Pass­more, has been axed af­ter two sea­sons.

FOUR- PART se­ries In­side the Fat Duck, fol­low­ing He­ston Blu­men­thal as he moved his famed restau­rant to Mel­bourne for six months, be­gins on SBS on March 31. COM­EDY CEN­TRAL launches in Aus­tralia on Fetch TV from April 1.

DAVID SPADE has se­cured a sup­port­ing role in CBS com­edy pi­lot The Kicker. SAM TAY­LOR- JOHN­SON ( Fifty Shades of Grey) will di­rect Netfl ix psy­cho­log­i­cal thriller Gypsy about a ther­a­pist who gets in­volved in her pa­tients’ lives.

BILL PAX­TON will star in the Train­ing Day pi­lot, which picks up 15 years af­ter the events in the film. NI­CHOLAS MEYER, who wrote and di­rected the best Star Trek movie, The Wrath of Khan, will write and ex­ec­u­tive pro­duce the new CBS Star Trek se­ries which launches in 2017.

NCIS has been re­newed for two more sea­sons af­ter Mark Har­mon ( right) signed a new deal.

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