FOXTEL Australia: FEBRUARY 2022 Release Schedule (with Trailers)

Left to Right: ‘Raised By Wolves’ s2, ‘Kimi’, ‘Hotel Portofino’

Australia: Here’s your FEBRUARY 2022 release schedule for FOXTEL!

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FEBRUARY 1

MOVIES:

  • Envy: A Seven Deadly Sins Story – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 6)



In Lifetime’s new original movie Envy: A Seven Deadly Sins Story, Gabrielle Flores (Rose Rollins) has it all – a devoted husband, a beautiful daughter, and one of the best PR firms in the country. When Gabrielle’s father suddenly reveals she has a half-sister, Keisha (Serayah), as a result of a brief affair, only-child Gabrielle is delighted to welcome her into her life. But Keisha, who grew up with nothing, wants more than a sisterly bond from Gabrielle—she wants her life, and is willing to do whatever it takes to get it. The movie also stars Kandi Burruss, Donovan Christie Jr., Gregory Alan Williams, Da Brat, DC Young Fly, Clifton Powell and Hosea Chanchez. Envy: A Seven Deadly Sins Story is based on the book by bestselling author Victoria Christopher Murray.

  • Evil Twin – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 13)
  • Framed By My Husband – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 20)



When June’s wealthy husband Rick becomes the target of an extortionist who claims he sexually assaulted her, Rick convinces his wife it’s an act of revenge by a spurned suitor, and enlists her help to prevent the accusations from going public. June agrees to help him pay off the extortionist, but when the woman is found dead, June becomes the prime suspect. Christine Chatelain, Dan Payne, Rebecca Roberts star. (2021)

  • Happy Face Killer – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 4)
  • The Perfect Wedding – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 11)



  • The Wrong Housesitter – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 18)



Deb, a successful editor, sends Dan on an assignment out of town just as he has just moved into his dream home. When he meets Kristin, his problem is solved because she seems like the perfect house sitter. However, his problems are just beginning as Kristin begins setting up house, posing as his new girlfriend and has no plans on leaving his home or his life. Vivica A. Fox, Jason-Shane Scott, Anna Marie Dobbs, Ciarra Carter, Jensen Atwood, Tracy Nelson star. (2020)

  • You Can’t Take My Daughter – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 27)



Amy Thompson (Lyndsy Fonseca) is a vibrant law student in Charlotte who is attacked and raped by Demetri (Hunter Burke), a friend of a friend she met once. Discovering that she is pregnant from the rape, Amy makes the difficult decision to keep her baby, despite the fact that Demetri continues to stalk and harass her as she waits for the long-delayed trial. She gives birth to a beautiful little girl and decides to flee him and start over in Atlanta. Six years later, Demetri finds her and, to her horror, sues her for custody of her daughter. Using her own legal and investigative skills, Amy fights back.

  • Curious George: Go West, Go Wild – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 68.30pm, February 5)



Curious George is back in the saddle and ready for adventure in his exciting new movie—Go West, Go Wild. George and Ted travel to cousin Ginny’s farm for a relaxing outdoor weekend but plans take a turn when her farm animals escape into the wild blue yonder. With the help of Emmett, a friendly farm hand with cowboy dreams, the group sets out to track the herd through the countryside, camp outdoors, fish for their dinner, and stumble into a ghost town! Featuring music by Germaine Franco and catchy new songs, this unforgettable story proves that anything is possible when you believe in yourself.

  • Lapsis – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 1)



New York, an alternate present: the quantum computing revolution has begun and investors are lining their pockets in the quantum trading market. Building the network, though, requires miles of infrastructure to be laid between huge magnetic cubes by “cablers” – unprotected gig workers who compete against robots to pull wires over rough terrain.

 

Queens delivery man Ray Tincelli (Dean Imperial) is skeptical of new technology, and the buy-in to start cabling is steep, but he struggles to support himself and his ailing younger brother, who suffers from a mysterious illness. So when Ray scores a shady permit, he believes their fortunes may have finally changed. What he doesn’t expect is to be pulled into a conspiracy involving hostile cablers, corporate greed, and the mysterious “Lapsis” who may have previously owned his permit. Called “a smart class-conscious sci-fi parable” by The Hollywood Reporter, LAPSIS is a darkly comic and timely look at the gig economy and the failed utopian promises of big tech.

FEBRUARY 2

  • FOX Arena – The Real Housewives Of New Jersey (Season 12) 1.30pm



“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” returns for S12 with: Teresa Giudice, Melissa Gorga, Margaret Josephs, Dolores Catania, Jackie Goldschneider, and Jennifer Aydin. Plus, the ladies are joined by new friend Traci Johnson.

  • Lifestyle Food – Mary Berry’s Love To Cook (Season 1) 8.30pm



It’s no secret that Mary Berry loves to cook more than anything else, and she’s been helping Britain to make delicious dishes for over six decades. Now, Mary is off to meet some of the countries’ other passionate cooks. In Love to Cook, Mary will share the joy of our obsession with food from cooking and growing, to sharing it. Across six delightful episodes, Mary is going to meet Britain’s most passionate cooks, growers and makers; share their inspirational stories and have a taste of their delicious dishes and produce – revealing the power food has to bring us joy, change lives, shape futures and transform fortunes.

  • BBC Earth – China: Nature’s Ancient Kingdom (Season 1) 7.20pm

Exploring the Chinese government’s national park pilot project that has been especially set up across 10 sites to protect the country’s rarest species and delicate ecosystems.

  • MTV – Being Joel Corry (Season 1) 10.00pm



Joel Corry has exploded onto the world stage, and summer 2021 is going to be his biggest yet. In ‘Being Joel Corry’, MTV will be there every step of the way, going behind the scenes as Joel takes his next steps as Platinum selling artist.

MOVIE:

  • The French Dispatch – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 5) – OUR REVIEW



FEBRUARY 3

  • Crime + Investigation – Green Eyed Killers (Season 1) 7.30pm



This dramatic series focuses on cases involving the most prolific cause of relationship and spousal murder worldwide – jealousy. The series details the dramatic true-life happenings and adversities of ordinary people who come to an extraordinary end all because jealousy arrives in their lives, uninvited and all encompassing.

  • History – The Food That Built The World (Season 2) 9.30pm

For generations of Americans, they have literally been household names. In ways almost unimaginable, they have been the lifeblood of our survival and of our economy. But who are they? And how did they revolutionize and transform the country? They are men like Milton Hershey, Will Kellogg, Henry Heinz, and the McDonald’s brothers – you don’t know them, but you know their names – they are the people behind the food that built America. Behind the brand names were larger than life characters who built empires that defined far more than American eating habits. They used brains, muscle, blood, sweat, and tears to get to America’s heart through its stomach, and along the way they built cities, invented new technologies, and helped win World Wars. They were ruthless, they were thieving, and they were visionaries who changed the landscape of America forever.

  • Lifestyle – Craig & Bruno’s Great British Road Trips (Season 1) 9.40pm



Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli are leaving the dancefloor behind to take on six of the best drives in Britain for a series of road trips to remember.

  • Lifestyle – Greatest Escapes To The Country (Season 1A) 10.10pm

Presented by Jules Hudson, Nicki Chapman and Steve Brown, Greatest Escapes to the Country is a themed series looking back at some of the finest country homes that featured in the series over the last five years, showcasing the architectural wealth of Britain’s rural property market.

FEBRUARY 4

  • History – Modern Marvels: Machines (Season 1) 8.30pm

The longest running series on the history of technology, Modern Marvels® celebrates the ingenuity, invention, and imagination found in the world around us. From commonplace items to architectural masterpieces and engineering disasters, the hit series goes beyond the basics to provide insight and history into things we wonder about and their impact on our lives.

  • Discovery Turbo – Wheeler Dealers (Season 17A) 8.30pm

After spending six, hugely successful, years in the USA, ‘Wheeler Dealers’ makes a triumphant return to its spiritual home – the UK. The latest series will be based at a new garage in the heart of the Buckinghamshire, and will feature car dealer extraordinaire Mike Brewer who’ll be buying and selling a huge range of iconic cars across the series, hoping to turn a profit. Joining Mike in the garage, will be ace mechanic Marc ‘Elvis’ Priestley. Elvis spent ten incredible years with the McLaren Formula 1 team and has worked with a list of World Champions that includes Mika Hakkinen, Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton.

MOVIES:

  • June Again – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 6) – OUR REVIEW



  • Locked Down – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 10)

FEBRUARY 5

  • FOX Arena – The Greatest Dancer (Season 2) 7.30pm



The dance talent show returns, where the audience have the power. New Dance Captain Todrick Hall joins Cheryl, Matthew Morrison & Oti Mabuse. Who will be The Greatest Dancer?

  • History – Bridges That Built London (Season 1) 9.30pm

London is a city of bridges. Thirty-five cross the Thames, carrying tens of millions of people each year. Without them, London as we know it wouldn’t exist. Bridges are the arteries of the capital. They are the result of industrial expansion and population boom. But they are also the engines of change. Rob Bell will explore the extraordinary story of four of London’s most iconic bridges: London Bridge, Westminster Bridge, Tower Bridge, and Waterloo Bridge. He will uncover not just how they were built, but why they were built. Rob will unearth the human stories and find out how each bridge changed the face of London and shaped the story of Britain.

  • Animal Planet – Crickey! It’s The Irwins (Season 4) 6.30pm

In 2006, the world was stunned by the death of Steve Irwin, one of the greatest wildlife conservationists in history. 12 years on, Steve’s family is carrying out his legacy. Crikey! It’s The Irwins follows Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin as they run the extraordinary Australia Zoo in the bushlands of northern Australia. Caring for over 1,200 animals, overseeing a world-class wildlife hospital, and conducting high-octane global conservation expeditions, the Irwins’ lives are full of adventure, fuelled by their love of animals and passion for protecting them.

  • Investigation Discovery – The Co-Ed Killer: Mind Of A Monster (Season 1) 8.30pm

Ed Kemper appears to be a gentle giant who offers rides to young female hitchhikers. But behind his charming smile lurks a perverted monster. Recorded audio confessions reveal the dark fantasies behind one of America’s most notorious serial killers.

  • Cartoon Network – Looney Tunes Cartoons (Season 3) 12.30pm

It’s Chaotic. It’s Outrageous. It’s the Looney Tunes Cartoons! The Stars from the Looney Tunes stable like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig & Roadrunner are back to their old tricks. Be ready to be delighted with their zany adventures, slapstick comedy, and madcap energy. Get ready to have some fun – that’s all, folks!

FEBRUARY 6

  • FOX Showcase – Raised By Wolves (Season 2) 8.30pm



From master storyteller and filmmaker Ridley Scott, Raised by Wolves centers on two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious virgin planet. As the burgeoning colony of humans threatens to be torn apart by religious differences, the androids learn that controlling the beliefs of humans is a treacherous and difficult task.

  • Discovery – Naked And Afraid XL (Season 6) 8.30pm

12 of Naked and Afraid’s best battle their biggest challenge yet — 60 days in Louisiana’s punishing swamps. Surrounded by aggressive alligators and snakes, it’s rodent bacteria attacking the All-Stars’ most private areas that threatens to take them out. These All-Stars must endure constant predator threats, torrential rain and the brutal cold of winter in the swamp to earn the right to be called Legends.

  • Investigation Discovery – Calls From the Inside (Season 1) 8.30pm

In the new series Calls From the Inside, we recount murder investigations where jailhouse phone recordings helped law enforcement catch the culprit. The calls may include a suspicious turn of phrase; or provide unexpected new leads; or give police a glimpse into the accused’s state of mind. This series takes full advantage of this unique archive to propel the story forward to build mystery, to reveal key clues and help us see into the mind of a killer.

  • National Geographic – Great Inventions (Season 1) 8.30pm

We live in a world that our ancestors would barely recognise. Around the globe, landscapes are re-formed, hostile environments tamed at speeds, depths and heights that would have left our forebearers breathless. From the everyday to the spectacular, we have been to the moon, created imaginary worlds for fun, and peered back billions of years to glimpse the origins of our universe. Even sent robots to explore the far reaches of the solar system. Driving all these achievements is mankind’s extraordinary gift for invention.

FEBRUARY 7

  • History – The Engineering That Built The World (Season 1) 8.30pm

As the latest instillation of The HISTORY Channel’s popular “That Built” franchise, Engineering That Built the World sheds light on the iconic structures and engineering feats that have shaped and defined our nation and our world. From the Golden Gate Bridge, to the Panama Canal, Transcontinental Railroad, Statue of Liberty and beyond, this series tells the stories of the brilliant visionaries behind the most epic builds of the past two centuries. Up against insurmountable challenges, these are the unknown tales of rivalries, egos, backdoor politics and the brilliant engineering innovations that made the future possible.

  • Lifestyle – Escape To The Country (Season 28) 1.00pm

The Escape to the Country team help house buyers who want to swap city living for a home in the country.

  • Lifestyle – Chateau DIY (Season 1) 5.30pm

From crumbling ceilings to time-worn turrets, British families discover what it takes to buy and renovate beautiful chateaux in France.

  • Discovery – Alaska Mega Machines (Season 1) 8.30pm



Alaska is known for its great beauty and inspirational landscapes. However, it is equally as notorious for its rugged terrain, brutal winters and remote locations. ALASKA MEGA MACHINES explores and showcase the unique equipment used to navigate remote, rugged and frigid conditions in Alaska. Each episode highlights three machines that are specialised to overcome extreme Alaskan weather conditions. In order to develop the most useful and lasting machines, engineers rely on science to create the most efficient and helpful equipment that is essential for survival.

  • Discovery Turbo – Roadkill (Season 2) 9.30pm

Hold onto your lugnuts! Ride along with HOT ROD’s David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan on ROADKILL, as the dynamic duo go in search of their next gearhead adventure in all types of gassers, ‘barely-legal’ street machines and highly strung performance vehicles.

  • MTV – Jersey Shore Family Vacation (Season 1) 10.00pm

Hold onto your lugnuts! Ride along with HOT ROD’s David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan on ROADKILL, as the dynamic duo go in search of their next gearhead adventure in all types of gassers, ‘barely-legal’ street machines and highly strung performance vehicles.

  • Boomerang – Grizzy And The Lemmings (Season 3) 5.00pm

The World Tour of Grizzy And the Lemmings continues… This time round, they end up in the land of bagpipes & kilts, Scotland! In ‘1 + 1 = 1 ‘, a confrontation between Grizzy and the Lemmings leads to a room in the castle tower. The bear accidentally sets off a mechanism and discovers a large medieval magic trunk. In ‘Franken-Grizzy’, Grizzy and the Lemmings fight over the TV remote control. The argument leads the bear to the summit of the castle tower during a storm. In ‘Musical Discord’, The Lemmings improvise a trampoline with bagpipes, only each jump is accompanied by a deafening outburst. Grizzy steps in and hurls the object far from the castle.

FEBRUARY 8

  • FOX Showcase – Hotel Portofino (Season 1) 8.30pm



Bella Ainsworth, the daughter of a wealthy industrialist moves to Italy with her family to set up a quintessentially British hotel in the breathtaking beautiful town of Portofino. Hotel Portofino is a family drama full of emotional highs and lows, with a classic ‘whodunit’ mystery woven throughout and building to a dramatic climax. Created and written by Matt Baker, the series captures the long-established literary tradition of comic and idiosyncratic British ‘innocents abroad’, but also reveals darker more serious storylines, set against the historical backdrop of the rise of Fascism in Mussolini’s Italy. Embracing themes of sexual and social liberation, Hotel Portofino will deliver a heady cocktail of subplots in a breathtaking Italian setting.

  • History – The Machines That Built The World (Season 1) 7.30pm

TV. Radio. Phones. Airplanes. Motorcycles. Tractors. Home Appliances. Power Tools. These are ‘The Machines That Built America’. This new HISTORY Channel docuseries reveals the surprising stories and rivalries behind the ground-breaking innovations that turned America into a superpower. Blending dramatic reenactments and archival footage with interviews from experts, biographers, and others, ‘The Machines That Built America’ brings to life some of America’s most storied inventors including Nikola Tesla, William Harley, Alexander Graham Bell, Duncan Black, Alonzo Decker, and many more. In eight one-hour episodes, viewers will meet these larger-than-life characters, learn about their rivalries, and ride the roller-coaster of triumph and failure as they search for breakthroughs that will change humanity.

  • Investigation Discovery – Lady Gucci: The Story Of Patrizia Reggiani (Season 1) 9.30pm



From meeting Maurizio and falling in love to their fabled wedding and the nightmare that followed, the former Mrs. Gucci, Patrizia Reggiani, tells her story.

MOVIE:

  • Escape Room: Tournament Of Champions – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 11)



Escape Room: Tournament of Champions is the sequel to the box office hit psychological thriller that terrified audiences around the world. In this installment, six people unwittingly find themselves locked in another series of escape rooms, slowly uncovering what they have in common to survive…and discovering they’ve all played the game before.

FEBRUARY 9

  • A&E – Ultimate Rides (Season 5) 5.00pm

Prepare to meet the fast and the curious, as each episode of Ultimate Rides features five incredible vehicles which are all linked by a theme. The series is driven by the passion and knowledge of the owners, designers and customisers for whom these rides are everything. Revel in the horsepower, marvel at the inventive engineering, gasp at the stunts as we unearth lost classics, follow incredible customisations and watch world record attempts unfold.

  • Crime + Investigation – Bloodline Detectives (Season 1) 7.30pm



In the same way that DNA profiling fundamentally changed Forensic Science, Familial DNA testing is supercharging DNA Profiling. It is the forensic revolution that is seeing cold cases solved all over the world and Bloodline Detectives explores and tells the stories of some of the most extraordinary cases solved to date. Using witness testimony, new interviews, archive footage and dramatic reconstructions, Bloodline Detectives is a compelling and highly watchable television series which reveals a new and dynamic form of crime fighting.

  • History – The Cars That Built The World (Season 1) 9.30pm

‘The Cars That Built The World’ chronicles the brilliant innovations and fierce rivalries that lead to the world’s most iconic car brands and features the stories of Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Rolls-Royce, Toyota, Honda, and more. The genius inventors behind these brands created new industries and established a freedom never imagined before the birth of the car. This new, two-night event travels around the globe showcasing stunning vehicles and the gifted, driven, cunning, sometimes cutthroat men and women who were instrumental in creating and pushing forward the most transformative technology of the 20th century.

FEBRUARY 10

  • FOX Showcase – The Girl Before (Season 1) 8.30pm



Jane (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) gets the chance to move into a beautiful, ultra-minimalist house designed by an enigmatic architect (David Oyelowo). There’s just one catch: occupants have to abide by his list of rules. Jane starts to feel the house changing her in unexpected ways but, when she makes the shocking discovery that another damaged woman died in the same house, she’s forced to confront unnerving similarities. As the two women’s timelines interweave, Jane begins to question if her fate will be the same as the girl before.

  • BBC First – Close To Me (Season 1) 8.30pm



Jo Harding is a woman who has a perfect life with her partner until a fall erases an entire year from her memory; as she struggles to piece events together, Jo discovers that her life was in fact far from perfect.

MOVIES:

  • Endless – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 11.50am, February 10)



  • Kimi – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 7.01pm, February 17)



Academy Award winner Steven Soderbergh directs Zoë Kravitz in this thriller. Kravitz plays an agoraphobic tech worker who discovers evidence of a crime caught on a digital listening assistant named Kimi.

FEBRUARY 11

MOVIES:

  • A Quiet Place Part II – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 12) – OUR REVIEW



  • Spiral: From The Book Of Saw – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 18)



  • Those Who Wish Me Dead – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 13) – OUR REVIEW



FEBRUARY 12

  • Crime + Investigation – Deadly Dates (Season 1) 7.30pm

91 million of us worldwide search for love online, but internet dating can be a dangerous game. Nowadays, there’s nothing unusual about meeting a stranger for a date, and most of us never think about the dark side of the web and the predators who lurk there. With access to the victims’ families and the police who worked tirelessly to bring the perpetrators to justice, this series examines some of the real life love stories that ended in tragedy. Each episode follows one resolved murder case, where the victim met their murderer on an internet dating site. With key interviews taking us through the twists and turns, supported by archive, police footage and reconstruction, we tell the story of the dramatic chase to catch the killer. So, how well do you really know the person you’re dating?

  • Cartoon Network – Mechamato (Season 1) 12.00pm



Last December, we introduced you to MechaBot and Amato, who together become Mechamato. The lethal duo returns with more action-packed adventures this time around. Look out for ‘Retro Tech’ where Amato and MechaBot are transported into a retro video game world, and the only way out is to beat the game. Then in ‘A Sore Winner’, it’s Sports Day at school and Amato has his sights on the top prize, but a robotic challenger appears to dash his hopes. Lastly, in ‘Most Wanted Robot’, Amato searches for a dangerous robot named Sumorai, who also happens to be the target of an alien cyborg named Trakaka.

MOVIE:

  • West Side Story – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 19)



FEBRUARY 13

  • Lifestyle Food – Inside The Factory (Season 6) 8.30pm

Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healey visit some of the UK’s biggest factories to follow the relentless 24-hour production lines that produce favourite products on an epic scale.

FEBRUARY 14

  • FOX Arena – Secret Crush (Season 1) 7.30pm

Secret Crush gives lovesick singletons the chance to confess their true feelings to the object of their affection, potentially risking it all in the hope of winning love. Each episode sees a number of high-stakes dates between loved-up admirers and their unsuspecting crushes, but will love bloom, or crash and burn when the pairs finally meet? Host Verona Rose listens, advises and occasionally provides a shoulder to cry on.

  • TLC – You, Me & My Ex (Season 1) 9.30pm



How close is too close when it comes to staying friends with your ex? YOU, ME & MY EX follows five couples who deal with an ex who is still intricately connected to their past partner and very much a part of their daily lives. Viewers will watch these couples navigate the uncomfortable and awkward moments when a past love is still front and centre. Relationships, marriage and children are no longer one-size-fits-all as the couples in this series redefine the norm, break the rules and forge their own paths towards the lives and families they want and dream of.

FEBRUARY 15

  • FOX Arena – Project Runway (Season 19) 1.30pm



Christian Siriano, Nina Garcia, Elaine Welteroth, and Brandon Maxwell welcome a talented group of new designers eager to show the world their skills and creativity.

  • Discovery – Expedition X (Season 2) 8.30pm



Explorer Josh Gates has put together a team to undertake investigations delving into realms beyond the “unknown.” Jessica Chobot and Phil Torres join his quest to mount unprecedented expeditions into the unexplained and perhaps unexplainable.

FEBRUARY 16

  • A&E – Forged In Fire (Season 8B) 8.30pm

This is the show that turns the craftsmanship, legend and excitement of weapons-building into an against-the-clock battle of wits, resourcefulness, and ingenuity. Contestants compete over a series of elimination challenges using the “garage” of tools provided. Each challenge centres on fabricating a component of the overall weapon. Judged by an esteemed panel of weapons experts, the race to create the episode’s weapon of choice is a journey through weapon history under near-impossible time constraints with an explosive finale. The winner leaves with $10,000 cash and the coveted title of “Forged in Fire Champion”.

FEBRUARY 17

  • BBC Earth – Reef Rescue (Season 1) 7.20pm

REEF RESCUE unveils the groundbreaking science behind “super corals” and a radical new plan to save the Earth’s imperiled coral reefs.

FEBRUARY 18

MOVIE:

  • Vanquish – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 20)



From the director of Double Take, Middle Men, and The Poison Rose comes this stylish, glossy action-thriller starring Morgan Freeman (Se7en) and Ruby Rose (“Orange Is the New Black”) that shows what desperation can drive a person to do. A mother, Victoria (Rose), is trying to put her dark past as a Russian drug courier behind her, but retired cop Damon (Freeman) forces Victoria to do his bidding by holding her daughter hostage. Now, Victoria must use guns, guts, and a motorcycle to take out a series of violent gangsters — or she may never see her child again.

FEBRUARY 19

  • Animal Planet – The Zoo: Bronx Tales (Season 4) 7.30pm

A behind-the-scenes look is offered of the Bronx Zoo, a New York institution and global leader in animal care and species conservation.

FEBRUARY 20

  • A&E – Swamp People: Serpent Invasion (Season 2) 7.30pm

The Florida Everglades are under siege. An invasion of Burmese pythons is decimating this natural wonder of the southern United States. Aggressive, ravenous and incredibly fast-breeding, these pythons have no natural predator to stop them – except man. To combat these serpents, the state created the Python Elimination Program. With alligator season over, Louisiana’s best hunters are stepping up to help: King of the Swamp Troy Landry, his sharpshooting son Chase, legendary gator hunter Bruce Mitchell, and big fish wrangler Zak Catchem. Together with professional snake hunter Bill Booth, the men dive deep into the underbelly of the Everglades to capture these sinister beasts.

FEBRUARY 21

  • FOX Showcase – The Walking Dead (Season 11B) 9.30pm



The final season finds Daryl, Maggie, and our heroes on a fraught mission with Negan to confront the mysterious Reapers.

  • FOX Arena – Match Game (Season 3-5) 5.30pm

It’s bawdy, irreverent and a whole lot of fun! The iconic panel game show, hosted by Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor Alec Baldwin, features four contestants each week vying for a chance to win $25,000, as they attempt to match the answers of six celebrities in a game of fill-in-the-blank. From quick-witted comedians to a multi-talented designer, to stars of stage and screen, the stellar lineup of panelists includes Golden Globe, Emmy, Tony and Grammy Award-winning entertainers.

  • FOX8 – Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (Season 9) 9.00pm



Comedian John Oliver delivers the week’s news by giving it a satirical twist. He discusses everything from politics to current events.

  • Lifestyle Food – Celebrity Masterchef UK (Season 16) 7.30pm

John Torode and Gregg Wallace will be putting their own taste buds through a range of lip-smacking, and potentially not so tasty dishes, as they discover which celebrities have the palate and skill to chop, slice and sizzle their way to lifting the iconic Celebrity MasterChef trophy.

FEBRUARY 22

  • FOX8 – All American: Homecoming (Season 1) 9.30pm



A spin-off of The CW’s acclaimed All American, All American: Homecoming will follow two young students as they navigate the difficulties that come with being top-tier athletes in a prestigious Black university.

  • TLC – The Osbournes Want To Believe (Season 1) 8.30pm



They may be known as the first family of darkness, but legendary rocker Ozzy Osbourne and his wife, Sharon Osbourne, are borderline skeptics when it comes to the paranormal. Determined to convert his parents into full-fledged believers, Jack Osbourne shares the craziest, most jaw-dropping supernatural activity ever caught on camera. Will the Prince and Princess of Darkness see the light, or will they think it’s just another ride on the crazy train?

  • National Geographic – Trafficked With Mariana Zeller (Season 2) 9.30pm



Journalist Mariana Van Zeller taps into her underworld contacts to embed in the world’s most illicit smuggling pipelines. Each episode, she puts safety on the line to follow one illegal and often dangerous black market pipeline, from its mysterious source to its final destination.

MOVIE:

  • Alieu The Dreamer – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 22)



In a world where mankind has been unable to dream for three decades, a driven government agent finds a young man living in the projects who has suddenly started dreaming. Sought after by an alluring leader of a religious cult, Alieu struggles to understand his newfound ability while fighting to care for his family.

FEBRUARY 23

  • BBC First – Vigil (Season 1) 8.30pm



The deeper you go, the darker it gets. When a sailor is found dead on submarine HMS Vigil, DCI Silva uncovers a conspiracy. Tense drama from the producers of Line of Duty.

  • TLC – Say Yes To The Dress Lancashire (Season 3) 8.30pm

Stylist Gok Wan helps nervous brides find the perfect wedding gown at Ava Rose Hamilton, a family-run bridal boutique in Lancashire, England. Gok and the Ava Rose team work together to make every bride feel confident and beautiful on her big day.

MOVIE:

  • The King’s Man – Drops on VOD 12.00am (LINEAR TX 8.30pm, February 26)



As a collection of history’s worst tyrants and criminal masterminds gather to plot a war to wipe out millions, one man must race against time to stop them. Discover the origins of the very first independent intelligence agency in The King’s Man.

FEBRUARY 24

  • FOX Showcase – Snowfall (Season 5) 9.30pm



Snowfall follows the crack cocaine epidemic in its infancy in Los Angeles in the 1980s. It touches on police brutality, media influence, real estate, US politics, secret wars, corruption and how crack in three years turned South Central from a working-class neighborhood to a war zone.

  • Crime + Investigation – Served: Harvey Weinstein (1 Hour Special) 8.30pm

Justice is SERVED. On February 24, 2020, disgraced media mogul, Harvey Weinstein, was sentenced to 23 years in prison for rape and other sexual criminal acts. Witness the rise and fall of one of Hollywood’s most powerful men.

  • History – Abandoned Engineering (Season 6) 7.30pm

Alas, a great number of these remarkable structures have now been abandoned, cast aside like enormous expensive out-of-date toys, never to be used in the ways for which they were intended. Some fell prey to political arguments and financial problems or were perhaps unable to defy the passing years, the pace of new technologies or the vagaries of fads and fashion. Others failed because they were simply monstrous testimonies to the vanity, greed and sheer stupidity of the people that built them.

  • Discovery – Outback Opal Hunters (Season 8) 8.30pm

Season 8 of Outback Opal Hunters witnesses the rise of a new generation of opal miners. As the old guard of grizzled veterans like the Bushmen are pushed to breaking point in search of the queen of gems, untested young bloods take up the challenge. The brand new Mooka Boys battle against the apocalyptic outback, alongside rookie outfit the Misfits and thick as thieves family teams the Tarantos, Blacklighters and Opals Whisperers. Prototype machines and untested mining methods face off against the soul-destroying Australian elements. Epic dust storms, overwhelming floods and insufferable heat will take each team to the brink, desperate to pry free every precious speck of the rainbow gem from the depths of the earth.

  • Discovery – Dino Hunters (Season 2) 9.30pm



The dino cowboys are back, scouring the West for prehistoric fossils — from a trove of Mammoth tusks, to a field of Triceratops bones, to a nearly complete T-Rex skull. They are hoping to turn a profit, and ultimately, preserve their rugged way of life.

  • Investigation Discovery – Crimes Gone Viral (Season 2) 8.30pm

Gripping clips of kidnappings, break-ins, wild car chases, and other crimes rack up millions of views, but the stories behind these crimes are often never told – until now. This series takes viewers inside the most shocking crimes that went viral.

FEBRUARY 25

  • Investigation Discovery – Reasonable Doubt (Season 4) 8.30pm

Retired detective Chris Anderson and attorney Fatima Silva re-examine controversial murder cases to help the desperate families of those convicted decide if it’s time to appeal or accept the guilty verdict once and for all.

FEBRUARY 27

  • Lifestyle Home – Love It Or List It (Season 9B) 5.30pm

When a house no longer feels like home, homeowners are left with a big financial and emotional question: renovate or sell it? Experts Hillary Farr and David Visentin return to compete for the homeowners’ final decision to stay or go. And in the special final episode of the season we get to see Hillary renovate her very own property.

FEBRUARY 28

  • FOX Arena – We’re Here (Season 1) 1.30pm



The unscripted series follows small-town residents as they’re recruited and trained to participate in a one-night only drag performance. In each episode, former RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara and Shangela Laquifa Wadley will help prepare their “drag daughters” by teaching them how to step outside of their comfort zones.

  • Lifestyle – The Repair Shop UK (Season 5B) 5.30pm

We’re bringing back more episodes of The Repair Shop! Enter a workshop filled with expert craftspeople, bringing loved pieces of family history and the memories they hold back to life. A heartwarming antidote to throwaway culture.

  • Lifestyle Home – Interior Design Masters (Season 2) 9.30pm

Ten talented designers. One life changing contract. Alan Carr and interiors guru Michelle Ogundehin are on the hunt for talent, passion and dazzling designs.

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