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First look images revealed for Diane von Furstenberg: WOMAN IN CHARGE documentary

An unprecedented look at the non-stop life of a cultural luminary. At a time when gender equality and women’s issues are at the forefront, Diane von Furstenberg’s life exemplifies empowerment, resilience, entrepreneurship, and style.

Everything new streaming this APRIL 2024 on 7PLUS

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April on 7plus stands as a testament to the platform’s commitment to delivering a diverse and engaging entertainment lineup.

With an array of new shows, exclusive content, blockbuster movies, and returning favourites, 7plus is set to captivate Australian audiences like never before.

TV Show Highlights

Friday Night Lights, premiering on 1st April, invites viewers into the heart of Texas to experience the highs and lows of high school football. The show focuses on the Dillon Panthers, led by their dedicated coach, Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler), and his wife, Tami Taylor (Connie Britton). Over five seasons, the series explores themes of family, community, and ambition, making it much more than just a sports drama.

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Midnight, Texas, debuting on 3rd April, offers a supernatural thrill ride across its two seasons. Based on novels by Charlaine Harris, the series follows François Arnaud as Manfred Bernardo, a psychic who ends up in Midnight, Texas, a haven for those with supernatural backgrounds. The show weaves together elements of mystery, romance, and action, making it a must-watch for fans of the paranormal.

On 9th April, Imposters introduces Inbar Lavi as Maddie, a con artist who leaves her victims heartbroken and bankrupt. Over two seasons, the show delves into Maddie’s complex psyche and the consequences of her actions, blending dark comedy with gripping drama.

Ricky Gervais: Fame, airing on 10th April, captures Gervais at his best, offering incisive observations on celebrity culture. This comedy special is followed by Ricky Gervais: Science on 24th April, where Gervais tackles a range of topics with his characteristic wit.

Fairly Legal, premiering on 16th April, stars Sarah Shahi as Kate Reed, a litigator turned mediator. This two-season legal comedy-drama showcases Kate’s unconventional approach to resolving disputes, offering a fresh take on the legal genre.

Starter Wife, available from 17th April, features Debra Messing as Molly Kagan, navigating life’s challenges after her Hollywood marriage falls apart. This series combines humor, drama, and a bit of glamour, examining themes of identity and reinvention.

Deadline Gallipoli, airing on 23rd April, powerfully depicts the Gallipoli campaign from the perspective of war correspondents. Starring Sam Worthington, Rachel Griffiths, Joel Jackson, and Hugh Dancy, the miniseries provides a unique and humanizing look at one of Australia’s most significant historical events.

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New Episodes & Seasons

April also brings new episodes and seasons of beloved shows to 7plus. Viewers can catch up with Shortland Street, The Voice USA, and The Amazing Race USA throughout the week, ensuring there’s always something exciting to watch.

Lipstick Jungle returns with its glamorous second season on 2nd April, while Law & Order Criminal Intent brings its complex cases back with season nine on 3rd April. Fans of Magnum can dive into season three starting 8th April, and Law & Order: SVU continues to tackle hard-hitting topics in its eleventh season from 19th April.

Reality & Docuseries

The McBee Dynasty: Real American Cowboys, premiering on 11th April, offers an intimate look into the McBee family’s life in rural Missouri. This docuseries explores the challenges and triumphs of running a farming and ranching business, providing viewers with a genuine portrayal of American rural life.

Blockbuster Movies

7plus doesn’t stop at series and specials; April is also packed with blockbuster movies. The lineup kicks off with Jumanji: The Next Level on 1st April, followed by a mix of action, comedy, and drama throughout the month. Highlights include Da Kath & Kim Code on 5th April, The Grey and The Forever Purge on the same day, and Charlie’s Angels (2019) and The Next Karate Kid. The selection offers something for every movie lover, from edge-of-your-seat thrillers to heartwarming classics.

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First look images revealed for Diane von Furstenberg: WOMAN IN CHARGE documentary

An unprecedented look at the non-stop life of a cultural luminary. At a time when gender equality and women’s issues are at the forefront, Diane von Furstenberg’s life exemplifies empowerment, resilience, entrepreneurship, and style.
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