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Foxtel Magazine December 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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It was going to take a very special project to lure Tim Minchin back to Australia after a successful decade living abroad – and intriguing new dark comedy Upright fit the bill perfectly. The award-winning Aussie, who co-wrote and stars in the FOX SHOWCASE series, reveals how tough times led him to the role and a return home. Read his interview from page eight. With the holiday season in full swing, we’ve taken the guesswork out of what to watch with our bumper 21-page viewing guide previewing the hottest shows this month. With something for everyone, including kids of all ages, you’ll be spoilt for choice. For sports fans, ‘Mr Cricket’ himself, Mike Hussey, talks us through the Trans-Tasman Trophy series – including the iconic Boxing Day Test – between Australia and New…

4 min.
in the know

COMING SOON School’s in SESSION The Barefoot Investor heads back to the classroom in his latest endeavour Scott Pape certainly knows a thing or two about money matters. After all, the ‘Barefoot Investor’ has made a career out of it, with hundreds of thousands of Australian families turning to his books for advice. He also knows better than most that financial education needs to start at a young age in order to be as effective as possible. That’s where Foxtel comes in. Coming to screens in 2020, Pape fronts the four-part documentary series Scott Pape’s Money Movement, which goes behind the scenes as he rolls out his new in-school education program for primary and secondary students. Based on his bestselling books, Pape teaches kids an array of practical processes, including his infamous financial-buckets method, while instilling…

2 min.
question time

Kelsea Ballerini With her latest single Homecoming Queen? making waves, the country music sensation sings the praise of Zendaya in the must-see hit of 2019, Euphoria My current Foxtel TV obsession is… Euphoria. It is so good. Just the way that they shot it and the cool lighting – all of that. It’s gorgeous. But it’s also really emotional. And Zendaya is such a great actress. When I watch TV I must have… wine. My dream evening of television would include… Well, when it’s just me and my dog [Dibs – named after her 2015 number-one hit single], we watch the [US] Bachelor in Paradise or The Bachelor or The Bachelorette. That whole franchise [I watch with Dibs] because [Australian husband] Morgan [Evans] isn’t keen. We watched Suits together; we loved Suits. We watched…

1 min.
your say

[The return of The Walking Dead] was actually awesome!! I’m so excited for what the season is going to bring. Natasha Kidman, via Facebook Great to see Helen Hunt back [in World on Fire]. Sensational actress. Tracy Jackson, via Facebook The Righteous Gemstones!! The best ever!! Great job HBO! Tyler Anderson, via Facebook [Succession’s] cat and mouse game between the children on who will be CEO and Daddy’s favourite is brilliant. Love their interactions every scene. Rodney Isaiah, 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. AS TOLD TO: CAROLYN HIBLEN. PHOTOS: JACKSON LEE DAVIS/AMC. *SEE PAGE 191…

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in total harmony

When life gives Tim Minchin lemons, he doesn’t make lemonade – he makes a hit TV show. Case in point: the unmissable new Foxtel Original drama Upright, premiering on FOX SHOWCASE this month. Following more than a decade toiling away in the UK and US, the insanely talented multi-hyphenate hit rock bottom in 2017 with the cancellation of the DreamWorks Animation film Larrikins, which he had moved to LA to direct. Subsequently, he made the decision to bring his family – wife Sarah, daughter Violet, 13, and son Caspar, 10 – back home to Australia. These weren’t the circumstances under which he’d envisioned making his triumphant return, but such is life, right? Eager to find a new project to sink his teeth into, Minchin was immediately intrigued when screenwriter Chris Taylor and…

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support acts

HEATHER MITCHELL as Jen Flynn Lucky’s mum’s failing health is behind his decision to return to Perth after eight long years away. But with the clock ticking, will he make it to her bedside in time? DANIEL LAPAINE as Toby Flynn Estranged for eight years, Lucky and his brother – who’s also his former bandmate – are brought together by their beloved mum’s cancer battle. ELLA SCOTT LYNCH as Suzie Flynn Lucky’s sister-in-law knows all too well why the Flynn brothers fell out and what’s kept Lucky away for all these years – but can she successfully reunite them? ROB COLLINS as Kane The crane driver comes up against Meg when Lucky’s piano is impounded by the police – the plucky teen challenging him to a game of pool to secure his services. KATE BOX as Esme Local gangster Esme is not a woman…