Foxtel Magazine June 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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Can a hitman be a family man and live a relatively normal existence? Well, as FOXTEL Original series Mr Inbetween demonstrates, it’s probably not the best mix, but it’s one that makes for darn good television! Scott Ryan – the brains behind the drama who also takes on the lead role of no-fuss assassin Ray Shoesmith – delivers an outstanding third and final season of this award-winning series. And if you thought previous instalments upped the ante, wait until you see this one. Catch Ryan’s interview from page 12. In keeping with living on the edge, we preview some extreme shows coming to your screens in June, including daredevil series Expedition to the Edge, featuring Aussie Tim Charody. This month, the spotlight is also on lawn bowls champion Natasha Van Eldik, who…

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now in production

SELLING HOUSES AUSTRALIA (s14) LifeStyle [106] When Selling Houses Australia returns in 2022, led by real estate guru and Gold Logie nominee Andrew Winter (pictured centre), he’ll be joined by LifeStyle General Manager and interior design expert Wendy Moore, and landscape designer and former NRL player Dennis Scott. SUCCESSION (s3) FOX SHOWCASE [112] Filming is well underway on the third season of Succession in New York. After Kendall (Jeremy Strong) threw dad Logan (Brian Cox) under the bus over his shady dealings, the Roy family will be left to pick up the pieces. And can Shiv (Aussie Sarah Snook) salvage her marriage to Tom (Matthew Macfadyen)? COVER IMAGE: FX. CONTENTS PHOTOS: FX; DISCOVERY CHANNEL; GETTY IMAGES; BOWLS AUSTRALIA; NICHOLAS WILSON; HBO…

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the ebb and go-go-go of time

TENET Saturday June 19 at 8.30pm and watch On Demand Foxtel Movies Premiere [401] The hot tip a scientist gives the Protagonist (John David Washington) in the action-packed Tenet proves to be sage advice for viewers, too: “Don’t think it, feel it.” That’s because director Christopher Nolan’s latest movie – for which a team including Australian Andrew Jackson won the Oscar for Best Visual Effects – sees time become weaponised in mind-bending ways. In short, a future baddie is leaving technology such as inverse bullets in our present. Why? The Protagonist must find out. “We’re jumping off from the point of view of an espionage film, but we’re going to a number of different places,” explains Nolan, the creative mind behind such twisty thrillers as Memento, Inception and Interstellar, not to mention The Dark Knight…

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a superhuman effort all round

SUPERHUMAN SPECTACULAR Starts Monday June 7 from 10am BoxSets [150] We all know our homegrown actors are pretty super, and many of them are displaying their extraordinary abilities when BoxSets dedicates its programming to marathons of fantasy and comic-book dramas this month. In Legacies (s1-2 showing June 7-8), Hope Mikaelson (Danielle Rose Russell) needs all the education and friendship she can get to harness her witch, vampire and werewolf powers – especially when she’s facing off against a malevolent being like The Necromancer, played by former Neighbours child star Ben Geurens. “We knew that he was a really special villain,” says showrunner Brett Matthews. “When you put those lines into Ben Geurens’ mouth, suddenly it becomes something you wanna spend seasons with.” After Marvel’s Runaways (s3, June 9) – which features Aussie export Julian McMahon in…

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rapid response

The next show I plan to binge-watch is… I actually haven’t watched season two of Ed Stafford: First Man Out yet, so I’m stoked that’s on FOXTEL. When I’m not hanging off the side of a cliff, you might be surprised to find me… getting my toenails painted at the nail salon. Thanks to the survivalist in me, the one thing I never leave home without is… a knife. I always have a little flip knife with me, just in case. You can do anything if you have a knife – except go through airport security. If I had to choose between saving the life of Ed Stafford or Bear Grylls, I would choose… Ed, because he’s a mate and you have to honour your friendships. I think he’s a great human being. The…

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decoding keeping up with the kardashians

The final-ever Keeping Up with the Kardashians episodes are upon us, as Andy Cohen closes the book on 20 seasons with a two-part reunion sure to leave fans nostalgic. As we prepare to say goodbye, we decode some of the stars’ most iconic moments. KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS REUNION SPECIALS (s20) EXPRESS Friday June 18 at 10am, ENCORE at 8.30pm, and Monday June 21 at 8.30pm KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS MARATHON (s20) Monday June 21 from 7.30am, both on E! [121] and watch On Demand “She’s the least exciting to look at” –– Kim Kim Kardashian DECODED: Kim snapped and pulled rank when sister Kourtney refused to change her schedule to allow time to shoot the family’s annual Christmas card, leading to this biting insult – ouch! “Kim, there’s people that are dying” – Kourtney…