Foxtel Magazine April 2021

Settle in and discover some of the most-talked about TV programs, latest films and live sport from around the world in FOXTEL magazine. With exclusive access to some of the globe’s biggest stars including Nicole Kidman, Kaley Cuoco and Jude Law, as well as local talent on hit series such as Wentworth, Selling Houses Australia, Love It or List It Australia and Gogglebox Australia, FOXTEL magazine takes you behind the scenes of your favourite shows while also introducing you to new ones. Our dedicated FOXTEL Insider, The Watch List, movie, lifestyle and sport sections bring readers all the latest news and info in an entertaining and easy-to-read format, while the magazine is the only place you will find the entire month of listings all in one place.

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If the precariousness of the past year has taught us anything, it’s that being on top of our finances is more important than ever. From the ‘Barefoot Investor’ himself, new series Scott Pape’s Money Movement comes at the perfect time to teach the next generation – and, indeed, all of us – how not to fall into the trap of credit card debt. The guru shares his wisdom from page 12. April is also a great month for escapism, with some stellar new dramas making their debuts. From Kate Winslet’s HBO limited series Mare of Easttown to The Nevers, Black Narcissus and Life, you’re sure to be entertained and enthralled. Speaking of drama, can you believe it’s been 10 years since Game of Thrones first hit screens? Relive the worldwide phenomenon with our…

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don’t miss!

BEN 10 POP-UP From Friday April 9 from 6am to Sunday April 25 on Channel 700 Ben 10 fans will be in their element with this epic pop-up, featuring every season of Ben 10, as well as spin-offs Alien Worlds, Challenge, Omniverse and Bentuition, and hit movies Ben 10 vs the Universe, Race Against Time, Secret of the Omnitrix and Destroy All Aliens. Phew! FOR REAL: THE STORY OF REALITY TV Starts April 1, Thursdays at 8.30pm on E! [121] Ever wondered how reality TV came to be? The phenomenon that made household names of the Kardashian-Jenners, the Osbournes and The Real Housewives casts is examined in this seven-part series, hosted and executive produced by Andy Cohen.…

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shooting for the stars

DC’S STARGIRL (s2) Coming soon EXPRESS FOX8 [108] The action-packed two-part finale of DC’s Stargirl’s debut season didn’t fail to deliver as the new incarnation of the Justice Society of America (JSA) went toe-to-toe with their adversaries in epic style, stopping millions of senseless deaths as the ISA (Injustice Society of America) unleashed deadly mind control on the world. Not everyone survived Stargirl (Brec Bassinger) and her trusty Cosmic Staff’s wrath – or Wildcat’s (Yvette Monreal) for that matter! – leaving Blue Valley, Nebraska a much safer place for it. However, that doesn’t mean the threat is over. With Cindy (Meg DeLacy) having unearthed Eclipso at the end of the episode, we can expect a new big bad when the show returns. Nick E Tarabay (Arrow) has been cast in a series regular role as the…

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where have i seen you before?

THE END Series Finale Tuesday March 30 at 8.30pm and watch all episodes On Demand FOX SHOWCASE [112] Can’t quite put your finger on where you’ve seen some of your favourite stars of The End before? We highlight the other stellar television series and films where you can watch these Aussie actors right now on FOXTEL On Demand. DAME HARRIET WALTER (Edie) SUCCESSION (s1-2) Walter plays Lady Caroline Collingwood, Logan Roy’s (Brian Cox) second wife and the mother of three of his children – Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman (Kieran Culkin) – in this award-winning drama about a media magnate (Cox) whose four offspring, including eldest son Connor (Alan Ruck), are clamouring to be named heir apparent when his health begins steadily declining. BELGRAVIA Based on the 2016 novel by Julian Fellowes (Downton…

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rapid response with brenton speed

When I need a TV fix, my go-to shows are… For a laugh, it’s Veep with Julia Louis-Dreyfus or [Jerry Seinfeld’s] Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. I recently watched the Tiger Woods doco [Tiger], which was really well put together. And for sports lovers, I recommend The Last Dance and Sunderland ’Til I Die. When I watch TV I must have… My FOXTEL remote, my cushions in the right spot, some chips and a cool beverage. The last TV show I binged on was… Narcos. Hour after hour, episode after episode watching the Pablo Escobar story… It had me seriously hooked. When I’m not commentating or watching the A-League, you’ll find me… on the golf course or down at the beach for a swim. If I could appear on any television show it would…

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flame throwers

Egos, just like soufflés, rise and fall in the series that turns ambitious sous chefs into food industry titans. As season 18 heads to picturesque Portland, we reminisce about some of the judges’ and hosts’ most puffed-up bon mots. “It tastes super homey… but it looks totally elevated”– Gail Simmons on Bryan Voltaggio’s carrot and potato dishes during season 17’s camp cookout challenge The Canadian food writer has given spot-on critiques that, in simplest terms, best reflect how the audience is seeing meals through the TV. She has also hosted Top Chef spin-offs Duels and Just Desserts. “So the winning chef will be going to Cannes and somebody else will be getting canned”– Katie Lee The bestselling cookbook author was married to Billy Joel when she hosted season one. She returned as a guest…