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Foxtel Magazine

September 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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Australia
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English
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Foxtel Management Pty Limted
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welcome

This month on Foxtel, we welcome back Mr Inbetween, the gritty crime drama set in Sydney that wowed audiences last year. Starring Logie-winner Scott Ryan, who also wrote the series, it’s well deserving of its plaudits. There’s much more for drama lovers, including The Affair’s final season, plus the return of Mayans M.C. and American Horror Story. We’re also dreaming of new horizons with property shows Love It Or List It Australia and Deborah Hutton’s latest series, Find Me a Beach House. It’s the school holidays, too, so tap into your inner child and settle down with the family as Scooby-Doo turns 50, plus fun new programs for all ages. Finally, we wish cover star Kurtley Beale and all the Wallabies every success in Japan for the 2019 Rugby World Cup. With every…

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in the know

COMING SOON Freedom FIGHTER Prepare to get swept up in history like never before with emotionally charged WWII saga World on Fire An international cast will be front and centre when gripping BBC war drama World on Fire makes its debut later this year. Stars including Helen Hunt (Mad About You, pictured), Sean Bean (Game of Thrones) and Lesley Manville (Mum) will help tell various intertwining stories set during the first year of WWII – beginning with Germany’s invasion of Poland in 1939 and concluding with the Battle of Britain. Taking place across France, Britain, Poland, Germany and the US, the seven-part saga by Peter Bowker (The A Word) focuses on how each of the characters grapples with the effects of war on their everyday lives. Hunt portrays Nancy, a US war correspondent. “She’s smart, she’s funny,…

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in my opinion

How I hold my nerve Ahead of Australia’s three-match T20 series against Sri Lanka, cricketer Elyse Villani reveals her secret to staying calm under pressure We’re living in a time where women’s sport is more popular than ever; the eyes of the world are on us and it’s about time. I thrive under that type of pressure, but anytime you pull on the green and gold, it’s a big deal, so you have to step up. Now that women’s cricket has come of age, we’re under more scrutiny, but any true cricketer wants that challenge. As a team, we always try to stay relaxed, no matter the occasion. Whether it is the Ashes or the World Cup final, we think about the group first, individual second – that’s how we keep our cool.…

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question time

Rob Collins The Secret City: Under the Eagle actor and Foxtel’s newest ambassador talks avoiding Game of Thrones spoilers and why he’d love to do time at Wentworth My current TV obsession is… It’s a bit outdated, but it’s Game of Thrones. I’m one of about nine people on the planet not to have finished the last season. I’m still working my way through the final season – I’m currently three episodes in and, when I can, I knock off an episode. I’ve done well to avoid all spoilers online. I love it. The scale of it, it’s just so beautiful to watch. I’m a huge fan of the show. When I watch TV I must have… a bit of shush. I have four kids and all of them are vying for the…

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your say

This story [The Act: Dee Dee and Gypsy Rose] is unbelievable. Such brilliant performances, too. Loved it. Clarissa Cross, via Facebook I would love Joey King [The Act] or Michelle Williams [Fosse/Verdon] to win. Phenomenal performances. Anna Aronson, via Facebook Chernobyl should win all. Michael Brown, via Facebook Well deserved [Deadwood: The Movie]. Stayed true to the series. Continuity was on point. Great job! Donnie Adison, via Facebook Tell us what you think… Send an email to foxtel@mediumrarecontent.com or write to Foxtel magazine, Suite 58, 26-32 Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont, NSW, 2009, and see below to have your say via social media. FOLLOW US facebook.com/foxtel @foxtel instagram.com/foxtel foxtel.tumblr.com…

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quick questions

Q: Why do I want the New Foxtel Experience? A: Foxtel is so rich with amazing programming – from the best providers around the world, as well as loads of locally produced TV shows. The challenge for our customers has been that it’s not always easy to find what to watch. With more On Demand than ever before, the home screen on the New Foxtel Experience makes it easier to see all the best TV and On Demand that’s available, and we personalise recommendations based on what you watch. Q: When will it be available on my iQ box? A: We’re moving quickly to ensure all our iQ4 and iQ3 customers are able to enjoy the New Foxtel Experience as soon as possible and we expect the full rollout to be concluded in…

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