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Foxtel Magazine April 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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welcome

Yes, it’s back! For its legion of fans, the final season of Game of Thrones is the television event of a generation. Since 2011, we’ve been taken on an incredible journey and in this issue, Foxtel magazine has exclusive access to the sets and meets the cast of this epic series. Who will live? Who will die? And who will finally take the throne? There are fierce battles taking place elsewhere as the AFL and NRL seasons gather pace. Our experts take a look into their crystal balls and bravely share their predictions, from the players to watch to which teams will conquer. Meanwhile, another favourite is coming to an end as Veep returns this month for its seventh and final outing. Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s portrayal of feisty US politician Selina Meyer has…

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secrets & lies

Meryl Streep (pictured above right, with Nicole Kidman) has one thing to say when it comes to the highly anticipated follow-up to 2017’s runaway hit Big Little Lies: “What happens in Monterey stays in Monterey!” As for what the sequel season holds, the cast has hinted that things are about to go from bad to worse for the mothers of the not-so-sleepy seaside California town – collectively dubbed the ‘Monterey Five’ – following their parts in the death of Celeste’s (Kidman) abusive husband, Perry (Alexander Skarsgård). Already on edge in the wake of last season’s shocking conclusion and desperately fearful that their cover story won’t hold tight, they’re shaken to their core by the arrival of Perry’s mother, Mary Louise Wright (Streep). Said to be concerned for the wellbeing of her grandchildren, Mary…

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sky’s the limit

Sky News is the one-stop shop for all Australians in April, with the country’s most well-respected and dedicated journalists shedding light on the issues that matter most. On Tuesday April 2, Sky News Live [103/600] will deliver the most comprehensive live coverage of the Federal Budget 2019 as it happens. Join David Speers, Kieran Gilbert (pictured), Laura Jayes and more as they break down the economic impact of Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s budget. Come Thursday April 25, the channel will commemorate ANZAC Day, airing live coverage of events as tribute is paid to our soldiers in a poignant day of national remembrance. “As a country, ANZAC Day is a day to remember values we hold dear: mateship, egalitarianism, courage and sacrifice,” Sky News’ chief political reporter Gilbert tells Foxtel magazine. “As a journalist, the challenge…

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staying power

A TV show racking up 55 seasons is almost unheard of – but US soap Days of Our Lives has done just that. While much has changed since its debut in 1965, a lot hasn’t. Just ask Deidre Hall (pictured), who’s played Marlena Evans for more than 40 years! “For me, there was never a doubt in the world [that the series would be renewed]. We’ve made an amazing show for all these years,” she tells Foxtel magazine, adding: “I think what’s kept us alive all this time and vital is that we follow current events, we are of the moment.” The actress calls herself “so lucky” to still be a popular fixture on the show that made her a household name and doesn’t see it going anywhere any time soon, stating:…

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my ‘aha’ moment

In 2015, my dad Patrick passed away suddenly from a heart attack at 44. How I looked at training and my outlook on life changed from that moment and made me the cyclist and person I am today. Dad was my number-one supporter – he started riding because he hated me training out on the road by myself. He was always the person who would tell me to toughen up when I needed to and really pushed me because he knew what I was capable of. I always have that in the back of my head when I’m racing now. Dad was a tough guy – he didn’t hold grudges and was quite a positive person, and I try to take those things forward. This year is about building up for 2020. We…

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the one that got away

He’s one of the busiest actors in Australia, flitting between roles in Foxtel productions Strike Back and Picnic at Hanging Rock, and lately gracing screens as Prime Minister Ewan Garrity in Secret City sequel Under the Eagle. But things could have been very different for Don Hany had one audition gone a different way. “I don’t know anyone that wasn’t going for a role in Game of Thrones; they cast such a broad net, because it was so hugely anticipated,” he tells Foxtel magazine, adding: “I auditioned to play a Stark, Ned Stark – Sean Bean’s character.” While he sadly missed out on the fleeting yet pivotal role that was (spoiler alert!) killed off in season one, Hany insists he has no ill feelings towards Bean. In fact, he’s a big fan. “Everyone…

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