IN THE KNOW

WITH AN­DREW FEN­TON

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - WEEK IN MOVIES -

MasterChef Aus­tralia has res­ur­rected its over­seas trips and this year will head to Cal­i­for­nia.

Sports pre­sen­ter Roz Kelly will re­turn from South Africa in Novem­ber to co-host Ten’s Big Bash League.

It’s Al­ways Sunny In Philadel­phia has been re­newed for its 13th and 14th sea­sons, tak­ing it through un­til 2019. The re­newal sees the com­edy tie with The Ad­ven­tures of Ozzie and Har­riet for the ti­tle of long­est-run­ning scripted com­edy on US TV.

Dis­cov­ery has an­nounced the self-ex­plana­tory se­ries Search for the Next Myth­busters.

Drunk His­tory has been re­newed for a fourth sea­son.

Kevin Bishop has been cast as the grand­son of Ron­nie Barker’s char­ac­ter Nor­man Fletcher, who is jailed for hack­ing, in the BBC’s one-off re­make of Por­ridge.

HBO has picked up Gone Girl au­thor Gil­lian Flynn’s Sharp Ob­jects, which stars Amy Adams.

Cait­lyn Jen­ner will ap­pear in the new sea­son of Trans­par­ent.

Ger­man TV will screen a fea­ture-length in­ter­ac­tive TV event called Ter­ror, which will al­low the au­di­ence to vote on the out­come of a trial of a sol­dier who shoots down a hi­jacked plane to avoid a catas­tro­phe.

Bosch, which stars Ti­tus Wel­liver (right) and re­turns to SBS in a few weeks, has been re­newed for a third sea­son.

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