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TV&Satellite Week

26-Oct-2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd TV & Satellite Week is a weekly magazine, perfect for TV fans looking to get the most out of multichannel viewing. It includes comprehensive listings and a film guide, coverage of the best US dramas, a rundown of the week's highlights and a guide to live sports action on TV. England and Wales edition.

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queens of the screen

NEW COMEDY DRAMA The Morning Show From Fri 1 November, Apple TV+ There’ll be even more high-quality dramas, films, comedy and children’s programmes to watch from this Friday when Apple launches its very own on-demand service, Apple TV+. The tech giant has spent a rumoured $1billion on the ambitious new subscription-based service that is set to rival Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, with original, big-name shows added every month. Friday’s launch features nine exciting shows (see pages 6-7), including much-anticipated comedy drama The Morning Show, revolving around the personal and professional lives of a group of presenters on a US morning TV show, starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell. The 10-part series marks Aniston’s first major TV role since she played Rachel in Friends, and reunites her with Witherspoon, who played Rachel’s spoilt younger…

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everything you need to know about apple tv+

WHAT IS IT? The new on-demand TV service from tech giant Apple is a competitor to Netflix and Amazon Prime Video and features original, ad-free content, including films, drama, comedies, documentaries and children’s programmes. Unlike Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, there will be no archive of material from other studios – just originals created purely for the service. WHEN DOES IT LAUNCH? Friday 1 November in the UK – and also in more than 100 other countries at the same time. WHAT CAN I WATCH? Apple has invested heavily in new programmes from heavyweight Hollywood talent including Steven Spielberg and JJ Abrams. The first shows (see pages 6-7) will go live on Friday, with more original content added each month. CAN I BINGE-WATCH? Most Apple TV+ series will premiere with three episodes, with a new episode added…

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race to the stars

NEW SCI-FI DRAMA For All Mankind From Fri 1 November, Apple TV+ What would have happened if the Soviet Union had beaten the US to the moon? And what if the global space race never ended, but sped up as the rivals competed to dominate the solar system? That’s the intriguing premise of For All Mankind, which debuts on Apple TV+ this week. Set in an alternate history, the 10-part sci-fi drama looks at the far-reaching consequences of the Soviets getting to the moon first. ‘In the Summer of 1969, what if people gathering around their TV sets to watch the moon landing saw a Russian cosmonaut taking the first steps on the lunar surface instead of Neil Armstrong?’ says producer Ronald D Moore. ‘It’s a shock to the American people. People are expecting the US…

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also on apple tv+ this week…

SEE Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight is behind this epic fantasy series set 600 years in the future when the human race has lost the sense of sight. As rival tribes compete for power, the world is turned upside down once more when a set of twins with sight are born. Jason Momoa (right) and Alfre Woodard head the cast. • Don’t miss our interview with Jason Momoa in next week’s issue THE ELEPHANT QUEEN Four years in the making, this feature-length wildlife documentary follows matriarch elephant Athena and her herd on an epic journey across the African savannah. It’s narrated by Oscar-nominated British actor Chiwetel Ejiofor, who voiced Scar in Disney’s live-action remake of The Lion King. DICKINSON Teen comedy meets period drama in this imaginative coming-of-age story about the rebellious teenage years of real-life…

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worlds of wonder

NEW NATURE Seven Worlds, One Planet Sunday, BBC1 HD, 6.15pm Sir David Attenborough has set the bar so high over his long career that every new landmark wildlife series is even more eagerly anticipated than the last. And the veteran broadcaster admits that with his latest offering, Seven Worlds, One Planet, he was feeling pressure… ‘How do you make this different? How do you find things that are new?’ says Attenborough, whose new series looks at Earth’s spectacular wildlife continent by continent across seven episodes, starting with Antarctica. ‘Each of these continents has a different geological structure, and a different way in which life has arrived and developed there in isolation,’ explains the 93-year-old. ‘Every episode has sequences that take my breath away.’ INSIGHTS Those sequences include this week’s remarkable drone footage of killer whales working together to…

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soap diary

CORONATION STREET David is stitched up for attempted murder David Platt’s four-month prison sentence for fleecing Audrey looks like it’s about to get a whole lot longer when he’s wrongly charged with attempted murder following the stabbing of his rapist, Josh. The two guilty culprits, Abe and Tez, have no intention of saving David’s skin, and are denying knowledge of the attack. Abe also threatens to stab David if he dares to reveal the truth. Shona, Gail, Nick and Sarah are in court to see all three men plead not guilty, and they are devastated when David is denied bail. As Josh regains consciousness, Shona prays he’ll do the right thing and admit that David actually saved his life. But he lies that David tried to kill him. David begs Abe and Tez to come…

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