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Calling all mu­sic-lovers!

Novem­ber marks Aus­mu­sic Month, and the ABC has got a line-up of live acts, in­ter­views and talk shows to sat­isfy both your in­ter­ests and your ear drums.

If it’s a good show you’re af­ter, look no fur­ther than the Count­down Live Con­cert.

Fea­tur­ing Aussie artists in­clud­ing Jimmy Barnes, Phil Jamieson, Mar­cia Hines and more, this two-hour per­for­mance is a great watch.

Be­yond that, there’s an ex­plo­ration of the sci­ence be­hind mu­sic with triple j’s Linda Marigliano as well as a peek through a win­dow into the life of mu­si­cian Ed­die Per­fect through his one-hour stand-up spe­cial. Wears Prada meets Mean Girls, doesn’t it?

Well the drama and high-fly­ing glam­our are cer­tainly sim­i­lar, and so is the hype around this new se­ries. The Bold Type fol­lows the out­ra­geous lives of Jane, Kat and Sut­ton, who all live in New York and have worked their way up from the bot­tom rung to the top at the mag­a­zine Scar­let.

From flings to fash­ion to fierce friend­ship, the first two sea­sons of this se­ries drop on Stan this month. re­al­ity out of your TV binge­ing and put Bride and Prej­u­dice on hold for a mo­ment, there’s a lit­tle-known se­ries that has just dropped on seven that’s rem­i­nis­cent of a com­edy clas­sic.

Sea­son one of God Friended Me dropped ear­lier this month and its premise is piquing the in­ter­est of many view­ers, pos­si­bly be­cause it re­minds them of Bruce Almighty.

But in­stead of a news broad­caster who re­ceives God’s pow­ers, the main char­ac­ter of this se­ries is an athe­ist pod­caster who, you guessed it, gets a friend re­quest from “God” and be­comes an un­wit­ting agent of change.

Bran­don Michael Hall on God Friended Me.

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