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Foxtel Magazine March 2019

Game of Thrones, Wentworth, A Place to Call Home, Selling Houses Australia and more! Foxtel magazine goes behind the scenes of some of the biggest shows in the world, to bring you unprecedented access to your favourite programs. With a sport section that includes chats with big name sports stars including Daniel Ricciardo and Tim Cahill, to TV and movie talk with Chris Hemsworth, Foxtel magazine is also the only place to find the entire month of program listings.

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March sees the return to screens of some very familiar faces who are sure to enthral and inspire in equal measure. First up is hotly anticipated drama Secret City: Under the Eagle. Picking up three years after the events of season one, Anna Torv’s Harriet Dunkley is joined by a sassy, straight-talking MP, played by former Wentworth favourite Danielle Cormack, who tells us she’s excited to be back in the Foxtel family. Home-reno terrific trio Andrew Winter, Shaynna Blaze and Charlie Albone are also back for an impressive 12th season of Selling Houses Australia – transforming the lives of unhappy homeowners. This month also signals the kick-off of the 2019 AFL and NRL seasons, so what better way to celebrate than a shoot with two rising stars: Collingwood’s Jaidyn Stephenson and Newcastle Knights’…

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out for blood

When we first met Leah Purcell’s character Rita in season six of local drama juggernaut Wentworth, she was an undercover cop moonlighting as a hardened prisoner to get close to sex-trafficking crime boss Marie (Susie Porter, pictured right with Purcell). By season’s end, she was being hauled away in handcuffs for real after taking the life of Marie’s right-hand woman, Drago (Natalia Novikova). As our exclusive first-look image from the upcoming seventh outing reveals, when the drama returns later this year, Rita’s grudge against Marie steps up a notch and the two come to blows. Her life now hanging in the balance as she awaits sentencing for murder – facing a possible 15-year stretch – she simply has nothing left to lose. “Rita’s still trying to bring Marie down,” Purcell teases to Foxtel…

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pro baller

Jed Hockin’s ability to master a football trickshot is second to none – plus it’s landed him more than 177,000 Instagram followers and not one, but two Guinness World Records. Not bad for a kid from Toowoomba! Now he’s nominated for a 2019 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award and he couldn’t be prouder. “It came as a massive surprise,” the 19-year-old tells Foxtel magazine. Hockin (pictured), who shot to fame after Real Madrid shared one of his videos on social media, has a few tricks up his sleeve should he nab the Favourite Content Creator gong. “Of course! I have many tricks I’ve been working on that I could use to dazzle the audience,” he previews, adding: “I might bring out some unreleased skills as well!” Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2019 airs EXPRESS Monday March 25…

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new beginnings

When you’re talking Hollywood triple threats, it’s rare that the name Pamela Adlon isn’t mentioned. As the co-creator, star and director of comedy smash Better Things, she’s certainly proved her credentials. Since the series is loosely based on her life, no-one knows protagonist Sam Fox’s world and daily struggles quite like Adlon does. Come season three, more obstacles, milestones and heartfelt moments await the single mum-of-three and aspiring actress, though the writers were also conscious of moving the story forward. “We’ve mapped out an entire season and some beautiful stories,” Adlon (pictured) reveals. “I certainly don’t want to keep clanging the same bell. Like, ‘Oh she’s a single mum and she’s doing it alone.’ I mean, your life takes you in different directions.” Taking inspiration from her own relationships, she says, is key…

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importance of family

I feel lucky to have landed on the list at the Adelaide Crows and to have had success by winning the first season of AFLW [in 2017]. I still pinch myself that I’m here and am super grateful to the club for giving me an opportunity. I’m the youngest of three children. My sister was a netballer and my brother played soccer. I did everything they did, playing both those sports. Growing up in Melbourne, I always loved AFL. My dad took me to watch it every weekend so I fell in love with the game, but I never got the chance to play with the boys. I didn’t even know junior girls’ footy existed. However, when I was 16, I convinced my mum to let me play. My family has supported…

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madeleine sami

My dream evening of television would include… a tight rugby game, a great romcom, bingeing an entire crime series, an inspirational musical doco. Alternatively, anything with Julia Davis, Olivia Colman or Julia Louis-Dreyfus in it. My top three sports to watch are… I can watch all sports and any sports. I LOVE SPORTS. Rugby/league, basketball, cricket. Because? I LOVE SPORTS! If I had to choose between live TV or catching up On Demand, I prefer… On Demand for anything but sports. What’s on your iQ? What’s that? I’m from New Zealand. Is this some sort of technical advancement you Aussies have over us? How dare you! When I watch TV I must have… something fizzy. My dream TV-watching companion is… my loved one. My favourite kind of TV program is… an addictive crime doco or character…