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Don't miss Fear the Walking Dead on Foxtel this week.
Don't miss Fear the Walking Dead on Foxtel this week. Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC

What's your favourite of these three shows airing this week?

Fear the Walking Dead, S2

Monday, August 22 

8.30pm on FX

THE second half of Fear the Walking Dead season two will have you just as rattled as the first.

The Clark/Manawa, Salazar and Strand families fracture.

The events that took place at the Abigail compound have set all characters adrift.   

Now they must forge their own paths to survive.   

Alicia struggles with Madison's refusal to let Nick go, while Travis tries to protect Chris from the apocalyptic darkness that threatens to consume him.   

Strand is lost in grief, and the power of Daniel's dark past leaves Ofelia disillusioned about their survival and ability to rebuild new lives.   

A companion series to the global phenomenon The Walking Dead, this should be at the top of your binge-watch list.    See it express from the US next Monday at 1.30pm and 8.30pm on Foxtel.     


Vice Principals

Monday, August 22

8.30pm on Comedy Channel

CLASS is in session at North Jackson High School, and it's school yard drama as you've never seen it.   

Meet comedy kings Neal Gamby (Danny McBride) and Lee Russell (Walton Goggins) and follow the hilarious power struggle between the two high school administrators who are vying for the top job of principal.   

The rivals are sent into a tizz when English teacher Dr Belinda Brown enters the picture.   

Putting their mutual hate aside, the duo forms an alliance to bring down their new threat by any means necessary.    Vice Principals is created by Danny McBride and Jody Hill and is guaranteed to keep you giggling.     


A Place To Call Home S1-3

Saturday August 20

Boxsets and Anytime

SET in post-Second World War NSW, A Place To Call Home follows enigmatic nurse Sarah Adams (Marta Dusseldorp) who has returned to Australia to care for her estranged mother after 20 years abroad.   

In season one we follow her emotional and romantic journey as she attempts to heal her soul and a privileged family rocked by scandal.   

By the second series, we've fallen for Sarah's charm and it's a present day elderly Sarah that reveals the truth about Bert's death. She is forced to tell the people she loves her darkest secrets.  

In series three, Sarah's dilemma between her feelings for George and her duty to her husband Rene is exacerbated by a heart breaking secret.

James and Olivia's relationship is under pressure, while the true parentage of baby George is threatened with exposure. Watch all three series on Foxtel.