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The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - TV Guide - - TUESDAY OCTOBER 20 -

COM­EDY THE EX-PM

9.0 5 PM, ABC

Shaun Mi­callef (above) shines on MadasHell but his new sit­com is more hit-and-miss. There are some clever early zingers aimed at the ABC but the sto­ry­line in­volv­ing for­mer prime min­is­ter An­drew Dug­dale (Mi­callef) giv­ing a talk at Grand­par­ents’ Day falls a bit flat. Fran­cis Greenslade is the stand­out as dim-wit­ted chauf­feur Curtis.

DRAMA

FARGO 8. 3 0PM, S BS Who would have thought that the TV ver­sion of Fargo would live up to the stan­dard of the orig­i­nal Coen Broth­ers movie? Tonight’s sea­son two opener fea­tures an all-new w cast, in­clud­ing Kirsten Dunst, Pa­trick Wil­son, Tedd Dan­son and Jeffrey Dono­van, and a new sto­ry­line yline set around a mob turf war in 1979.

COM­EDY

SCREAM QUEENS 9. 3 0PM, E L E VEN The fun of ScreamQueen­sns isn’t so much in work­ing out the true iden­tity of The Red Devil or pre­dict­ingct­ing its next vic­tim. In­stead, revel in the he bitchy Heathers- style di­a­logue cre­ated for Emma Roberts as soror­ity y pres­i­dent Chanel Ober­lin and neme­sis Dean Mun­sch ch (Jamie Lee Curtis, right) by cre­ators Ryan Mur­phy and d Brad Falchuk ( Glee).

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