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Foxtel Magazine March 2020

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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12 Issues

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Bundle the achievements of our 12 incredible cover stars and you’re swimming in a sea of riches. This month, we celebrate the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup final and International Women’s Day, both on March 8, by catching up with some of Australia’s most powerful, successful and recognisable women in sport – from the athletes to the presenters. We also ring in new action-packed seasons for two of our favourite Australian codes: NRL and AFL. On LifeStyle, Shaynna Blaze, Andrew Winter and Charlie Albone are back for the 13th instalment of Selling Houses Australia, while the third season of mind-bending sci-fi series Westworld returns to FOX SHOWCASE with the exciting addition of Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul. Following the launch of crime channel Investigation Discovery (ID) in February, we also preview the chilling programs…

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take no prisoners

Life will never be the same for the inmates and officers of Wentworth Correctional Centre in the aftermath of last season’s tragic siege, which resulted in multiple lives lost. When season eight of critically acclaimed local drama Wentworth gets underway, your favourite characters will be struggling with their new normal. For Allie (Kate Jenkinson), there will be serious ramifications for mortally wounding bent officer Sean Brody (Rick Donald); Boomer (Katrina Milosevic) will face devastating consequences for ending Liz’s (Celia Ireland) suffering; for Marie (Susie Porter) and Rita (Leah Purcell), being in protection means being separated from allies and loved ones, including Rita’s sister, Ruby (Rarriwuy Hick); Jake’s (Bernard Curry) willingness to sacrifice himself for ex Vera (Kate Atkinson) will have him reassessing his feelings for her; while for acting governor Will (Robbie…

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soul sisters

She’s one of Australia’s hottest musical exports, with numerous accolades to her name and devoted fans who simply can’t get enough of her. But have you ever wondered who Jessica Mauboy’s own idols are? Or what songs get her up on the dance floor? Well, wonder no more! This month, in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, the Little Things hitmaker sits down to discuss her biggest musical influences – from Tina Turner to Mariah Carey and Brit girl group All Saints. “[Tina Turner] is just phenomenal,” Mauboy gushes. She adds of Carey: “Mariah has taught me so much through her music; her music has guided me on vocal passion and how to write. It’s okay to express all the truth in music, no matter how painful it is, as it…

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back in gear

In some great news for fans of long-running car show Top Gear, Discovery Channel and Discovery Turbo have snapped up the original UK series – starring revheads Richard Hammond (pictured), James May and Jeremy Clarkson – as well as its US spin-off. Fun for the whole family, we dare you not to laugh at the antics of the British trio as they, at times, risk life and limb putting vehicles to the ultimate test. Stream* or watch Top Gear (s13-16) from March 2, weeknights at 6.32pm and Top Gear America from March 6, Fridays at 7.30pm, both on Discovery Turbo [620], and Top Gear (s21) from March 9, Mondays at 7.30pm on Discovery Channel [612]. DID YOU KNOW? Not only is the hugely popular series syndicated worldwide, but countries as far-flung as China, South…

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ready and raring to go

Preseason is the hardest training of the year so, by the time footy kicks off, you just can’t wait to get onto the field. You’ve trained the house down for four to five months so, physically and psychologically, you’re in a really good frame of mind. You’re as positive as you can possibly be and your expectation is to do well because you feel good. It’s an exciting time because you’re ready and raring to go, but there are still nerves and insecurities as expectations are so high. You’re anxious to get on the field. Experienced older players are like racehorses and don’t want to peak too early because they are setting themselves up to play 26 rounds without hitting a brick wall at the end of it. Whereas young guys don’t know…

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drama central

Premium viewing is the name of the game this month on FOX ONE [101] and FOX SHOWCASE [115], with an array of new and returning titles that are sure to hook you in. Predictive computing is at the heart of sci-fi-thriller Devs, from Alex Garland (Ex Machina, Annihilation). Amaya Corporation software engineer Lily (Sonoya Mizuno, pictured left) investigates her employer’s top-secret development division after her boyfriend Sergei (Karl Glusman) is enlisted for a special project – and subsequently disappears under suspicious circumstances. Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) stars as Amaya’s mysterious CEO Forest, while Allison Pill (The Newsroom) plays colleague Katie in this eight-part series, which will have you re-evaluating your online security. Catch all the action EXPRESS from March 8, Sundays at 8.30pm on FOX SHOWCASE. Also coming to FOX SHOWCASE is autobiographical…