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Foxtel Magazine

Foxtel Magazine

September 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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Foxtel Management Pty Limted
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1 min.
welcome

For more than 20 years, LMN – Lifetime Movie Network in the US has delivered quality movies starring some of the world’s greatest actors. Now, Foxtel is proud to announce that on September 1, the channel will launch in Australia, bringing a wealth of addictive films to our Foxtel Movies customers at no extra cost. Catherine Zeta-Jones is just one of the Hollywood heavyweights showcasing her talents on LMN, portraying ruthless Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco in Cocaine Godmother. The Academy Award-winner is unrecognisable in this gritty role based on a true story. Be sure to read our guide to the channel and chat with Zeta-Jones from page 8. Five years after his shocking shark attack in South Africa, surfing champ Mick Fanning also drops by to talk about two-part doco Save…

1 min.
mind blown

The next few months are all about expanding your consciousness, with two fantastic new offerings from the creatives behind the likes of Prometheus and 24 presenting alternate views of what our future could hold. In HBO’s 10-part dystopian sci-fi series Raised by Wolves, Ridley Scott imagines a distant planet that androids ‘Mother’ (Amanda Collin) and ‘Father’ (Abubakar Salim) have been sent to colonise, raising human children. But religious differences threaten to tear the colony apart. Aussie Travis Fimmel (Vikings) stars as soldier Marcus, who escapes a doomed Earth for life on the new planet with his wife Sue (Niamh Algar) and son Paul (Felix Jamieson). But the couple is struggling with a deadly secret. Despite a slew of roles under his belt, Fimmel insists he doesn’t feel any job security in Los Angeles. “It’s…

2 min.
aussie invasion

Australia is once again leading the charge this awards season, with Cate Blanchett, Sarah Snook and Hugh Jackman flying the flag at the Emmy Awards, hosted by comedian Jimmy Kimmel. As expected, Blanchett scored her first ever Emmy nomination for Mrs America, up for Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie, with the show getting an impressive 10 nominations in total. Jackman also nabbed a Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie nod for his performance in HBO’s Bad Education. In a huge year for Foxtel, Regina King’s Watchmen landed the most nods, with 26, while Snook’s Succession followed closely behind on 18. What We Do in the Shadows and Insecure tied with eight noms, while Euphoria nabbed six. MRS AMERICA This nine-episode limited series features an all-star cast led by Blanchett, Rose…

1 min.
racing is in my blood

I’ve always been around motor racing. I grew up watching my dad race speedway and I have massive support from my family. They got me into motor racing and I fell in love with it. All of my cousins race on two wheels, while I race on four. They are the crazy ones. I enjoy watching Josh [Waters] when he races [in the Australian Superbike Championship]. The reality TV show [Shannons Supercar Showdown, run by Kelly Racing] that I did was an outlier compared to most people. It was a great experience that got me a lot of exposure, which set me up and helped me get sponsors. It was something different that gave me the chance to race at the Bathurst 1000 in 2011. That was absolutely amazing. I was underprepared looking…

1 min.
advantage stosur

When former world number four tennis player Sam Stosur pulls out of the US Open and, indeed, competing for the rest of the year, you know it’s for a good reason. And what better reason than the birth of her first child! Taking to social media in mid-July, she and partner Liz Astling were thrilled to announce that they were “rolling with the happy chaos” after welcoming daughter Genevieve ‘Evie’ into the world on June 16. Experiencing first-time parenthood in the midst of a global pandemic – with the couple’s native Melbourne back in lockdown as this issue went to print – was difficult enough, so it really was a no-brainer for Stosur to pull out of the upcoming US Open (which at the time of going to print was taking place…

1 min.
whatever the weather

Rain, hail or shine, we’re all affected by the weather. With our day’s activities often planned according to the forecast beamed live to our TVs, when the experts get it wrong, it can spell disaster. Fortunately, Sky News Weather meteorologist Alison Osborne takes her job very seriously indeed. The former maritime geospatial officer with the Royal Australian Navy is thrilled to be part of the latest technology roll-out at Sky News Weather [603] from September 1. Changes include local forecasts broadcast every three minutes and a 24-hour live on-screen ticker featuring two-day forecasts, replacing the Weather Active app (Press Red) function on your set-top box. “Increasing the number of local forecasts and the frequency of local updates will make it easier for viewers to tune in any time with confidence they’ll be able…