Oils at the Reef, a one-off concert performed by Aussie music legends Midnight Oil, will premiere on MAX on Saturday, November 11 at midday.
The intimate and exclusive benefit gig for fans was recorded live in Cairns at the Tank Arts Centre earlier this month to create awareness of the current state of the Great Barrier Reef. All funds raised from the benefit were donated directly to Great Barrier Reef Legacy and the Australian Marine Conservation Society.
Peter Garrett, lead singer from Midnight Oil, told the audience: “We want to explain to people that there are strong scientific, economic, moral and environmental reasons why Australia should put protecting the Great Barrier Reef (first). Reducing greenhouse gas emissions that are heating up the planet and not opening any more massive, giant coal mines is the most important thing that we can do.”
MAX’s exclusive, 90-minute broadcast of the concert will feature hits like Blue Sky Mine and US Forces and will also be an opportunity for Oils fans to see the band perform lesser known and more obscure songs including Surfin’ With A Spoon and Koala Sprint, making it a rare showcase that every Oil fan will want to see.
Fraser Stark, Group Channel Manager of Foxtel’s Arts & Music channels, said: “It was a privilege to be part of the audience when Midnight Oil performed their unique and intimate gig, ‘Oils at the Reef’. The room was full with very appreciative fans, and MAX was there to capture it all. For the channel, it was an honour to have such iconic performers take the time to include us in the band’s ongoing mission for goodness. We are very much looking forward to sharing the Oils’ message of reef preservation, and their great music, with our viewers next month. ”
Oils at the Reef will premiere on MAX on Saturday, November 11 at midday, and again at 5.00pm later that afternoon. Encore screenings of the concert will also air on Sunday 12th November at 10.00am, 3.00pm and 8.00pm.
Walter Presents to launch in Australia on Foxtel
World’s best foreign language dramas available
on Foxtel VOD from November 1
Acclaimed streaming video on demand service Walter Presents, which has won plaudits and a loyal following for delivering the world’s best foreign-language dramas to UK and US audiences, will be teaming up with Foxtel to bring its award-winning dramas to Australian audiences from November 1.
The video on demand service, backed by UK broadcaster Channel 4, will deliver top rated, exclusive and original first run drama series from around the world to Foxtel and Foxtel Now customers with an appetite for quality TV content, and is the second stage in a planned Walter Presents global roll-out.
Walter Presents is named after its curator and host Walter Iuzzolino, a passionate drama fan who hand picks each show and never uses computer algorithms to select titles.
The collaboration will see Walter Presents series premiere on Foxtel’s On Demand service from November 1 and then from December 15, the drama channel Showcase will have a Friday night Walter Presents slot to feature some series. New release Walter Presents dramas will be added every month.
Capitalising on the growing demand for premium world drama, Foxtel aims to host over 150 hours of premium foreign language drama in its first year and will include a diverse range of dramas which have been blockbuster hits in their native countries. From Nordic thrillers to South American chillers, every series will feature bespoke high-quality customized sub-titling. Each season will be made available in its entirety allowing viewers to binge watch the content.
The three series for the Australian launch of Walter Presents in November are:
Set in a high security women’s prison, this is a rollercoaster Spanish thriller simmering with tension, sex and violence which quickly became a smash hit in the UK.
The disappearance of a local teenager ignites painful memories for a homicide detective who previously lost her two best friends, when they went missing under similar circumstances, fifteen years before – a riveting French Noir murder mystery.
Other series coming up are a selection of multi-award winning productions from HBO Latin America, including Emmy nominated action thriller Fugitives, and Mexican family crime saga Mr Avila, plus the dark brooding psychological Belgian thriller 13 Commandments.
Co-founder and curator of Walter Presents Walter Iuzzolino said: “We’re proud to be partnering with Foxtel, Australia’s most prestigious home of premium scripted series. Australian audiences are some of the most forward thinking and sophisticated in the world. They have a hunger for compelling, quality international drama as demonstrated by the success of Nordic Noir here and we are thrilled to be able to broaden the scope and palette of the international drama offerings further with additions from countries as diverse as Mexico, Holland, Chile, Spain and Belgium.”
Foxtel Director of Content Ross Crowley said: “Walter Presents brings an entirely new element to the Foxtel entertainment experience. Australia has one of the richest and most diverse audiences in the world, with many speaking languages other than English at home. In teaming with master curator Walter Iuzzolino, we’re genuinely excited to bring some of the boldest, most exciting, premium dramas from around the world to our On Demand catalogue.”
Walter Presents launched in the UK on Channel 4’s on-demand service All 4 in January 2016. Since then the service, uniquely curated by Walter, has garnered rave reviews and millions of views to a broad range of high-quality foreign language TV drama.
From November 1 in Australia, Walter Presents will be available On Demand to Foxtel customers who subscribe to the Movies and Drama packs and to Foxtel Now customers via the Movie, Pop and Drama packs.
Brand new 11-part series features an all-star culinary lineup including Maggie Beer, Frank Camorra, Peter Russell-Clarke, Clayton Donovan, Peter Gilmore, Simmone Logue, Matt Moran, Anna Polyviou,
Darren Robertson, Matt Stone and Paul West
Starts Tuesday, November 7 at 8.45pm AEDT
Exclusive to Foxtel’s Lifestyle FOOD
On Tuesday, November 7 at 8.45pm, Lifestyle FOOD will be taking viewers on a mouth-watering adventure around Australia to meet the country’s most celebrated culinary names in a stunning new series, The Great Australian Cookbook.
Featuring an extraordinary lineup of 22 of Australia’s greatest cooks, from top restaurateurs to local unsung heroes, the 11-part series is a beautifully affectionate snapshot of the food Australians love to cook, eat and enjoy with family and friends.
A stellar lineup of Australia’s best-known chefs, including Maggie Beer, Matt Moran and Darren Robertson feature in the series, inviting viewers in to their homes and work places as they cook their favourite dishes for loved ones – whether it’s a treasured family recipe or a simple crowd pleaser – and revealing philosophies on food and life along the way.
The Great Australian Cookbook will also feature a colourful group of local Aussie heroes, including the Country Womens’ Association baking champion, the bush tucker expert, pastry cooks and farmers all cooking beloved recipes for those closest to them, as the series travels from Alice Springs to Bruny Island, Western Australia and Far North Queensland.
Said Hannah Barnes, General Manager of Foxtel’s Lifestyle channels, “The special thing about this new series, The Great Australian Cookbook is that it features a lineup of Australia’s most talented chefs and cooks, making the food for the people they love. Never before have I seen a show that has so much heart and celebrates all the cultures and regions of Australia.”
“The series joins an incredibly strong slate of exclusive food productions set to premiere on Lifestyle Food over summer, including audience favourites The Great British Bake Off and our very own The Great Australian Bake Off.”
Episode one introduces Australian culinary icon Maggie Beer at her stunning Pheasant Farm in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. Maggie shares one of her all-time favourite recipes, Chocolate Pear Almond Tart, which she prepares for her staff for afternoon tea, while sharing the history of Pheasant Farm and her current passion, her work with the Maggie Beer Foundation.
Episode one also showcases one of Australia’s brightest young chefs, Matt Stone, head chef of Oakridge in the Yarra Valley, Victoria. Matt explains his holistic, sustainable approach to food as he returns to his parents’ home in Pinjarra, WA to cook lunch for his extended family.
Using local produce and fresh home-cooked ingredients, he prepares a Charcoal-Roasted Vegetable Salad Feast alongside perfect Char-Grilled Prawns – while discussing how cooking gave his life direction.
The Great Australian Cookbook is produced by CJZ and is exclusive to Foxtel’s Lifestyle FOOD.
The 11 x 30 minute series premieres on Tuesday, November 7 at 8.45pm AEDT. Following its broadcast on Lifestyle FOOD each week, each episode will be available to watch from Foxtel’s on demand library, or streamed on Foxtel Now.
The full 11-episode lineup is as follows.
Episode 1 – Tuesday, November 7
Matt Stone (WA): The Head chef of Oakridge in the Yarra Valley shares his tips for the perfect char-grilling method, preparing a Char-grilled Vegetable Salad Feast alongside Char-grilled Prawns for his parents and extended family at their home in Pinjarra, WA.
Maggie Beer (SA): The culinary icon prepares one of her all-time favourite recipes, a Chocolate Pear Almond Tart, using Maggie’s world famous verjuice, for her key staff at her Pheasant Farm property in the Barossa Valley.
Episode 2 – Tuesday, November 14
Gilbert Lau (VIC): Father of Chinese cuisine in Australia and owner of Melbourne’s iconic Flower Drum, Gilbert reveals his favourite family lunch recipe of Roast Chicken and Fried Rice, cooked for his family at home with the help of his young grandson, Teddy.
Darren Robertson (NSW): The co-owner of Three Blue Ducks in Sydney and Byron Bay, Darren reveals the secret to perfect eggs as he makes Poached eggs, Avocado, Sourdough and Fermented White Cabbage & Fennel salad, prepared at home alongside wife Magdalena and new son Archie.
Episode 3 – Tuesday, November 21
Ronni Kahn (NSW): The Sydney founder of Oz Harvest cooks up a meal for her team that’s very close to her heart, her mum’s Veggie Lasagne. Packed full of goodness, it encapsulates Ronni’s philosophy that no person should go hungry and that we all have an obligation to help stop hunger in Australia.
Paul West (NSW): Host of Lifestyle’s River Cottage Australia, Paul cooks Braised Wild Rabbit with Salami and Warrigal Greens at his property on the South Coast, alongside his young family. Paul’s story is packed with tips on how to eat sustainably and take outdoor cooking to the next level.
Episode 4 – Tuesday, November 28
Victor & Evelyn Liong (VIC): Owners of modern Asian restaurant Lee Ho Fook in Melbourne, the siblings return to their parents’ home for a family dinner and share an old time Chinese family favourite, Sweet and Sour Pork, conjuring up memories of special occasions for Victor and Evelyn.
Nick Holloway (QLD): Chef and owner of Nu Nu in Palm Cove, QLD, Nick invites family and friends over to his outdoor kitchen for a huge feast of Wood-Roasted Reef Fish with Pineapple Curry, sharing a wok load of tips on preparing fish and celebrating everything Far North Queensland has to offer.
Episode 5 – Tuesday, December 5
Sharon & Carol Salloum (NSW): Syrian sisters and owners of Sydney’s popular Almond Bar, Sharon and Carol prepare for a Syrian family feast in the backyard at their parents’ house, making three family favourites: Tabouli, Baba Ghanouj and Lahem Meshwi.
Peter Russell-Clarke (VIC): Loveable larrikin and Australia’s first TV chef, Peter cooks for his wife Jan at their home in country Victoria, preparing a Mango and Fig Omelette and Smoked Trout Soup, while sharing stories of his career as an artist and television personality.
Episode 6 – Tuesday, December 12
Matt Wilkinson (VIC): Owner of Melbourne dining institution Pope Joan, Matt cooks Pesto Pasta for his children, definitely not one of his favourites as he’s named the dish “I Hate Pesto”, but a big success with his kids. He follows this with a healthy family favourite, Mango and Coconut ice-blocks.
Simmone Logue (NSW): Former prima ballerina and now owner of the successful Simmone Logue Fine Food Company, Simmone invites viewers to her stunning property, preparing her rustic recipe for a Six-Hour Slow-Roasted Lamb Shoulder with Sage Potatoes and Charred Red Capsicums for her two siblings.
Episode 7 – Tuesday, December 19
Matt Moran (NSW): Celebrated owner of multiple restaurants in Australia including Aria and Chiswick, Matt invites the head chefs from his most iconic Sydney restaurants to his home for lunch, taking a BBQ of Prawns and Barramundi with Raw Zucchini Salad to a whole new level.
Rayleen Brown (NT): the founder of NT institution ‘Kungkas Can Cook”, a catering company celebrating female indigenous cooks and native Australian foods, Rayleen shares a special Bush Foods Christmas Cake with her family, cooked on the fire in the desert outside Alice Springs.
Episode 8 – Tuesday, December 26
Merle Parrish (NSW): Country Womens’ Association baking legend and grandmother Merle reveals some of her baking secrets when her entire extended family gather at her home in Cudal, NSW for an afternoon tea of Anzac Biscuits and Pavlova.
Peter Gilmore (NSW): The celebrated chef behind iconic Sydney restaurants Quay and Bennelong, Peter opens up his kitchen to viewers, preparing a heart-warming Sunday night favourite recipe for his wife – Korean Chicken Noodle Soup, while sharing his philosophy behind both restaurants.
Episode 9 – Tuesday, January 2
Ross O’Meara (TAS): Filmed on beautiful Bruny Island at the farm of chef-turned-food producer Ross O’Meara, the family man shares his recipe for Slow-Roasted Pork Shoulder with Mustard and Greens, with every ingredient on the plate locally and sustainably produced.
Anna Polyviou (NSW): Head Pastry Chef at the Shangri-La Hotel in Sydney, Anna cooks an impressive Summer Trifle with Tropical Fruits for her staff at her city apartment, sharing the history that makes her one of Australia’s most unique and interesting chefs – as well as tips on how to take the humble trifle to a whole new level.
Episode 10 – Tuesday, January 9
Frank Camorra (VIC): The undisputed king of Spanish cuisine and owner of renowned Melbourne institution Movida, Frank heads to Geelong to the home he grew up in. Here he creates some traditional Spanish fare (while his mum still questions his cooking methods!): Tortilla de Patatas and Asadillo Salad, while sharing stories of his upbringing and his journey to Movida.
Clayton Donovan (NSW): Powerhouse indigenous chef Clayton Donovan cooks for his family at Nambucca Heads, whipping up Oysters with Finger Lime, Carrot Foam and Avocado Cream on the banks of the Nambucca River – jamming as many incredible native ingredients as possible in to the dish – followed by family favourite Kangaroo San Choy Bow on a pan on the sand at Shelley Beach.
Episode 11 – Tuesday, January 16
Alla Wolf-Tasker (VIC): Creator of award-winning fine dining institution Lake House in Daylesford, Alla prepares her famous Lake House-inspired Rivers and Lakes Share Platter recipe for her family at the stunning property, using locally-sourced ingredients – while revealing her European inspiration for the Lakehouse.
Rodney Dunn (TAS): Rodney, along with wife Severine, own The Agrarian Kitchen, a stunning working farm and cooking school where many of Australia’s top chefs go to relax. Using produce straight from the farm, Rodney bakes Rhubarb & Berry Crumble with Goats Milk and Vanilla Custard for his young family.
Media Release: Monday October 9, 2017
Foxtel Broadband for Everyone
New pricing brings unbeatable entertainment and
high performance broadband to subscribers
Foxtel today unveiled dramatic new pricing for its high performance Broadband built for entertainment for both new and existing customers. This move greatly enhances Foxtel’s broadband offering, further lowering the barriers for customers looking for the best in entertainment coupled with top quality broadband.
Foxtel Broadband puts entertainment at its core designed to deliver the best in local and international TV shows, sport and movies streamed instantly including the latest Foxtel favourites A Place To Call Home, Gogglebox Australia, Love It or List It Australia. Foxtel Broadband has also been recognised by YouTube+ as offering a seamless HD experience for video streaming.
As a reward for Foxtel’s existing Platinum HD customers, Foxtel also offers an Unlimited Broadband plan, with home phone, for just $65` extra per month with no lock in contract and no set up costs (see table below for further details).
Peter Tonagh, Foxtel CEO said, “At Foxtel, we are passionate about entertainment whether you’re watching a live game or bingeing on The Walking Dead. That’s why we pride ourselves on being a Broadband provider where your service is specifically built for entertainment with nbn™, unlimited streaming, a modem optimised for video, and HD certification from YouTube+. We are also committed to our loyal customers, which is why we are offering our Platinum subscribers a compelling low price, we won’t charge any upfront fees, and they can enjoy the flexibility of a no lock-in contract.”
Today’s news also follows Foxtel Broadband’s recently expanded availability of nbn™ services, now including access to Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC), alongside Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN), Fibre-to-the-Building (FTTB) and Fibre-to-the-Premise (FTTP) serviceable areas across Australia.
Tonagh continued, “With the addition of HFC, we have secured the most important broadband technologies and can now service over 92 percent of Australian households with either ADSL or nbn™ connectivity. Our new pricing puts us in a very competitive position and whether you’re an existing Foxtel customer or new to our service, our bundles are exceptionally attractive.”
Foxtel’s ADSL Broadband bundles are ‘nbn™ ready1’, meaning current and new customers on Foxtel ADSL Broadband plans today will be able to easily switch their service to the nbn™ network without needing to recontract. Foxtel Broadband offers a stress-free connection with our dedicated team of customer service advisors who take the hassle out of switching your broadband providers, and we’ll make life easier with one bill for the Foxtel Broadband bundle.
Foxtel Broadband bundles feature:
• Reliable service – Our bundles are available on the ADSL or on the nbn™ with the 25/5Mbps speed tier# included on all our nbn™ unlimited broadband plans, ideal for HD video streaming;
No data download limits for Foxtel content, including Foxtel On Demand3, the Foxtel app3, or Foxtel Now when connected to Foxtel Broadband at home;
Optimised modem for video streaming – The Foxtel WiFi modem delivers improved WiFi speeds# and great in-home coverage, and it enables easy HD video streaming to multiple devices, free on a 24-month contract or to existing Platinum HD customers who take an unlimited broadband plan;
· Unrivalled content – Foxtel Broadband is bundled with Foxtel TV packages and our internet-ready set-top boxes to provide access to the best live sport, new movies, shows and complete seasons, live and on demand;
YouTube HD verified+ (as at October 1, 2017) quality video streaming for less buffering and superior HD quality. Over 90 percent of YouTube videos streamed in peak hour are delivered in HD;
Unlimited standard local calls2 included in all broadband bundles and unlimited standard national calls2 also included in the unlimited broadband bundles;
Easy management of all Foxtel services with the convenience of a single bill, one point of contact and 24/7 technical support;
Move between data plans and nbn™ speed tiers each month without a transfer fee to only pay for what you need.
Foxtel offers a range of nbn™ and ADSL broadband and home phone bundles which are designed to deliver easy streaming in HD to multiple devices throughout customers’ homes:
In addition, Foxtel has also adjusted their pricing on their 200GB Broadband bundles available to new and existing subscribers, for more information please visit www.foxtel.com.au/broadband.
Foxtel Broadband set-up: $0 set-up cost on 24m contract (or to existing Platinum HD customers who take an unlimited broadband plan) / $99 activation + $140 WiFi Modem fee on 12m contract
^Min cost ranges from $2,424 (Entertainment) to $5,040.06 (all channel packs plus HD) on a 24 month direct debit plan when Unlimited Broadband is added to an existing non-Platinum HD TV pack.
`Min cost $202 on direct debit for 1 month including the current monthly Foxtel Platinum HD TV subscription.
=Min cost $2,649 based on unlimited broadband and entertainment bundle on a 24 month direct debit plan, including $100 standard TV install fee and $125 Foxtel iQ3 equipment fee.
*Min cost $5,073.06 based on unlimited broadband and Platinum HD bundle on a 24 month direct debit plan, including $100 standard TV install fee, $125 Foxtel iQ3 equipment fee and a 1c per channel per year charge for Chelsea TV, LFCTV and MUTV.
Standard terms: Offers only apply if bundled at same address. Cancellation fee applies for fixed term contracts. For existing Platinum HD customers, if you’re currently on a fixed term contract for TV that will continue to apply. Residential customers and standard install only. Fair Use policy applies. All services may not be available to all homes. A 1c per channel per year charge also applies for Chelsea TV, MUTV and LFCTV if Sports is a part of your pack.
1 nbnTM from Foxtel serviceability excludes Satellite and Fixed Wireless networks. Check serviceability at foxtel.com.au/nbn. If you are not yet nbnTM serviceable, we’ll check your ADSL serviceability.
2 Compatible handset required.
3 The Foxtel App & On Demand: Just connect your compatible iQ or device to the internet. Data charges apply when connected to 3G/4G. Shows only available if they’re in your pack, some shows channels not available. Available in Australia only.
#nbnTM Speeds: Available speeds limited to wholesale access speeds provided by nbn™. Actual speeds experienced by users will vary due to a range of factors that affect broadband/WiFi performance, not limited to the condition and performance of interconnecting infrastructure not operated by Foxtel, network congestion, number of active devices, software/hardware used, content accessed, local conditions/physical objects and the wiring at your location. Learn more about nbn™ speeds at foxtel.com.au/nbnspeeds. Actual speeds on FTTB or FTTN services will be confirmed.
A PLACE TO CALL HOME
on Showcase and Foxtel Now
Starts Sunday, October 8 at 7.30pm.
L-R Back – Craig Hall as Jack, Abby Earl as Anna, Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood as Olivia, David Berry as James, Tim Draxl as Henry, Jenni Baird as Regina, Deborah Kennedy as Doris, Frankie J Holden as Roy.
L_R Front – Sara Wiseman as Carolyn, Noni Hazlehurst as Elizabeth, Marta Dusseldorp as Sarah and Brett Climo as George.
Foxtel announced today that its hit Australian drama series A Place to Call Home will now air at 7.30pm AEDT, on Sunday October 8.
Honoured at the 2017 TV WEEK Logie Awards as Most Outstanding Drama Series, the Australian period showpiece A Place to Call Home will return for its fifth season on Foxtel’s showcase channel and streaming on Foxtel Now.
The new season will jump to 1958, where four years have passed since we left Sarah (Marta Dusseldorp) and the Bligh family. Those years have seen ever-increasing changes in Australian society. The world of wealth and privilege is being eroded, moral values are fraying and a new young generation is rising, full of disaffection with the world of their elders. To them the War is a matter of the dead past, bringing conflict with those who suffered its pain and deprivation. Economic change and the devious actions of unseen enemies threaten Ash Park and, in the midst of the turmoil, love becomes the only sure place anyone can call home.
As the 1950s come to a close, Australia – just as the rest of the world – stands on the cusp of great change. While pastoral families like the Blighs have long farewelled the early ’50s golden era when Australia ‘rode on the sheep’s back’, 1958 brings notable milestones: Qantas Airways introduces a round-the-world air service from Australia to London, Anzac Day (25 April) becomes a national public holiday, Johnny O’Keefe releases his first hit with Wild One, and with it Australian rock and roll is born, the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) opens in Sydney, the first Australian federal election is televised, and a young Brian Henderson hosts the first episode of Bandstand.
The exceptional cast features AACTA award winner Marta Dusseldorp (Sarah) and Hall of Fame TV WEEK Logie Award winner Noni Hazlehurst (Elizabeth) along with Brett Climo (George), Abby Earl (Anna), Craig Hall (Dr Jack), Frankie J Holden (Roy), Sara Wiseman (Carolyn), Jenni Baird (Regina), David Berry (James), Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood (Olivia), Deborah Kennedy (Doris), Tim Draxl (Dr Fox), Mark Lee (Sir Richard), Robert Coleby (Douglas) and with returning guest favourite Martin Sacks (Isaac Gold).
New guest cast will include established and respected actors Aaron Pedersen (Jack Irish/Goldstone), Matt Day (Rake/Tangle), Huw Higginson (Secret City/The Bill)
Season five will also feature up and coming new talent including Madeleine Clunies–Ross (Tomorrow When The War Began) and introduce WAAPA graduate George Pullar.
As a prelude to the new season, tune in on Sunday, October 1 at 8.30pm AEDT to the special A Place To Call Home – The Story So Far to look back at the much-loved drama and take an exclusive look at the new season.
A Place to Call Home Season 5 will screen Sundays from October 8, at 7.30pm AEDT, on showcase and will be available to watch from Foxtel’s on demand library, or streamed on demand on Foxtel’s streaming service Foxtel Now.
Starting in October, all your favourite FOX8 DC Super Heroes are back, express from the US, with the newest edition of Gotham now making Foxtel the exclusive home of the of the DC television franchise.
Supergirl, The Flash, Gotham, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Arrow will air five nights a week, completely ad free, when the new season of Gotham commences Monday, October 9, 8.30pm.
Premiering for the first time in Australia, season three of Gotham continues to follow the evolving stories of the city’s most malevolent villains including The Penguin, The Riddler, the future Catwoman, and the future Poison Ivy. In addition, the new season will also dive into the worlds of the Court of Owls and Jervis Tetch aka Mad Hatter, a talented hypnotist, teetering on the edge of madness.
On Tuesdays, starting October 10 at 8.30pm, Supergirl, played by Melissa Benoist, is back. In the season three premiere, express from the US, Kara Danvers aka Supergirl, is grappling with giving up her human identity altogether, and only being the “Girl of Steel.” As she struggles with her path forward, she continues to work with the DEO to battle all threats to National City, including new villains, Morgan Edge and the “Worldkiller,” known as Reign.
The Flash season four will kick off Wednesday October 11 at 8.30pm, with Team Flash doing their best to keep moving forward without the Scarlet Speedster, and defeat all the threats that come their way. However, when a new villain too powerful for them arrives in Central City, the team realizes that there is only one person that can help – The Flash (played by Grant Gustin). Now, the team must devise a plan to free their friend from the Speed Force before the city is destroyed – knowing that The Flash that comes out of the Speed Force may not be the same hero as the one who went in it.
Thursday October 12, brings the return of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow at 8.30pm. In the new third season, the Legends face an existential threat, created by revisiting a moment in time at the end of last season. Having fractured the timeline, the team must find a way to return all the time anachronisms to their original timelines before the time stream falls apart.
Fan favourite series, Arrow, will conclude the weekly run of DC superstars starting with season six on October 13, at 8.30pm. Oliver Queen, aka the Green Arrow, played by Stephen Amell, confronts a challenge unlike any he’s ever faced: fatherhood. With support from his team, Oliver is determined to embrace his new role as father to William while still serving and protecting his city as both the Mayor and the Green Arrow. But when unexpected enemies from his past return to Star City and threaten his role as protector on three fronts, Oliver is forced to rethink his relationship with each member of his “family”.