Altering Rooms, altering time slots
The 10 Community has bumped Altering Rooms – a renovation collection that first aired on 9 between 1998 and 2005 – to a weekend time slot. The revived program averaged simply 204,000 viewers throughout its Wednesday debut, and 298,000 on Thursday. It can now display screen at 7.30pm on Fridays and Saturdays, with a brand new season of Bondi Rescue filling the hole on Wednesdays and Rove McManus’ Present Me The Film returning to Thursdays. “[Altering Rooms] will in all probability enhance our Saturday share,” says 10’s programming chief, Beverley McGarvey. “Issues that skew a bit older and which can be fairly mild are inclined to do higher for us on Saturday nights.”
Smit-McPhee to star in US thriller
Australian actor Kodi Smit-McPhee will star in a brand new collection for the US streaming platform CBS All Entry. The undertaking, Interrogation, has been given a straight-to-series order. Co-created by Anders Weidemann and John Mankiewicz, the collection is a multiple-timeline, true-crime thriller a couple of man jailed for the homicide of his mom who’s preventing to show his innocence. Due to its uncommon construction, CBS All Entry says the episodes will be considered in any order. Smit-McPhee will play a troubled teenager who befriends the accused; the collection additionally stars Peter Sarsgaard and David Strathairn.