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Foxtel Magazine June 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.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Foxtel Management Pty Limted
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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welcome

To those of you left bereft by the end of Game of Thrones, good news: there is more than enough drama to satisfy this month on Foxtel. We welcome back Big Little Lies, Pose and, 13 years after the series ended, the residents of South Dakota return in Deadwood the movie. All very different shows, but what they have in common is great writing, the best acting and utterly compelling storylines. Of course, sometimes fact can be as fascinating as fiction, and that’s certainly the case with HBO documentary The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley, which explores the jaw-dropping true story of Elizabeth Holmes, once heralded as the next Steve Jobs. As ever, Foxtel’s sports coverage is second to none, with many events ad-free during play and in crisp 4K…

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mrs robot

After recently wrapping her role as Fiona Gallagher in Shameless, Emmy Rossum clearly isn’t lacking acting opportunities – popping up in a scene from the upcoming fourth season of Mr Robot as a colourful carol singer (pictured centre, in red). Of course, the cameo should come as little surprise to most, with the actress having married the show’s creator and director, Sam Esmail, in May 2017. Indeed, Rossum tells Foxtel magazine she’s a big fan of her husband’s work – and also his biggest critic. “I love [Mr Robot] but we’re very honest with each other – probably we shouldn’t be, but we are – about what we like and don’t like about each other’s work,” she reveals candidly. “There are some episodes that I like less than others but there are episodes…

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mother knows best?

They say that truth is often stranger than fiction and when it comes to the case of Dee Dee and Gypsy Rose Blanchard, that couldn’t be truer. All her life, Gypsy Rose was told she was ill by mum Dee Dee. Confined to a wheelchair, she was subjected to painful tests and treatments – for cancer and other diseases. But after years of suffering, Gypsy Rose snapped, enlisting her secret boyfriend to kill her mother. This is when things got really interesting. During her trial, it was revealed Gypsy Rose wasn’t sick at all, rather she was a victim of Munchausen syndrome by proxy. Whether for control or sympathy – perhaps both – Dee Dee faked her daughter’s illnesses. Oscar-winner Patricia Arquette and Joey King have received critical acclaim for bringing this remarkable…

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head for the hills again

The noughties were made a whole lot naughtier thanks to the antics of a group of rich, entitled young Californians whose lives were documented in MTV’s hit series The Hills. When the reality show came to an end in 2010 after six roller-coaster seasons, the rest was still unwritten… but not anymore! This month, some of our favourite stars are back, with cameras trailing the now-30-somethings during a vastly different time in their lives. Spencer and Heidi Pratt are joined by familiar faces including Whitney Port and Audrina Patridge (both pictured, from left), while former The OC actress Mischa Barton is also onboard. For Port, whose little boy Sonny turns two next month, the decision to put her life back in the spotlight wasn’t easy. “I was scared – I have a family now…

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“i’ve found my voice again”

To say that Jimmy Barnes has lived a colourful life is a gross understatement – as anyone who’s read his very real, very raw autobiographies can attest to. But putting pen to paper saved him, and his new album, My Criminal Record, has been a cathartic extension of that. On the eve of his performance on Studio MAX – commemorating the album’s release on May 31 – the legendary rocker sat down with Foxtel magazine to discuss his most personal album to date. My Criminal Record is your 17th studio album and the first solo album of original material released in almost a decade. You must be very proud. Yeah, of course. You’re proud of every record you make, but this one particularly because it sort of marks a new start for me.…

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after the blast

It remains the most catastrophic nuclear power plant accident in history. Now, over five must-see episodes, the April 1986 disaster is examined in HBO’s Chernobyl. From the lies and conspiracy surrounding that fateful day – a safety test gone horribly wrong – to the courage of those who stopped it spreading even further, it’s a poignant dramatisation of events. Jared Harris (pictured main, right) stars as Valery Legasov, a Soviet nuclear physicist and one of the first to comprehend the enormity of the situation. Assigned to investigate the incident, he comes up against Stellan Skarsgård’s (inset) oblivious Soviet Deputy Prime Minister Boris Shcherbina. Emily Watson (main) plays nuclear physicist Ulana Khomyuk, who is determined to get to the bottom of what occurred. Stream* new episodes Tuesdays Express from the US or watch in July…

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