Popular shows launch new seasons on Lifetime
THE ULTIMATE kitchen battle returns to Lifetime when Season 8 of “Masterchef Australia” starts telecasting on Monday, July 4, at 8 p.m.
In addition, the wildlife thriller, “200,” unveils its second season on July 6 at 10 p.m. And the fourth season of “The Block” reels off July 25, with eight couples competing in the TV tilt’s home renovation game.
Of special interest to youths and their parents is the start of the second season of “Child Genius” at 10 p.m. on Aug. 4. It showcases the US’s most gifted children in an impressive and inspiring battle of the brains.
Dream come true
On Lifetime’s “UnREAL,” about a dating game competition on TV, star Shiri Appleby is wearing an additional hat this season by directing an episode, aside from just starring in it.
It’s a dream come true for her, so she’s grateful for her costars’ complete cooperation and trust in her directing ability.
‘Before I Wake’
What if you find yourself living someone else’s nightmare? In the new thriller-chiller, “Before I Wake,” Jessie and Mark Hobson’s grief over their son’s death is taking a toll on their relationship.
To save their marriage, they adopt a little boy, Cody, who turns out to have a mystifying quirk: He does everything he can to not fall asleep.
Jessie and Mark soon discover that Cody’s dreams manifest themselves physically when he sleeps—triggering a series of sinister events that test their family’s resolve. Stars include Kate Bosworth and Thomas Jane.
The Turf Company
The Turf Company has clients that include some of the country’s best gold clubs and landscaping companies, supplying them with Club Car golf carts and Orec Mowers and other equipment. They include Mount Malarayat Golf and Country Club, Pinewood Golf & Country Club Estates and City Service Corp.
These partnerships are a testament to The Turf Company’s perseverance through the years. Call 890-8017 or visit www.theturfcompany.com.ph.
‘The Young Messiah’
Acclaimed filmmaker Chris Columbus (“Home Alone,” “Mrs. Doubtfire”) has produced the spiritual film, “The Young Messiah,” directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh.
The inspiring production opens on June 29 and insightfully imagines the seventh year in the life of the young Jesus Christ, played by Adam Greaves-Neal.
Sing Philippines Youth Choir
The Sing Philippines Youth Choir (SPYC) that recently serenaded LRT 2 commuters with a musical flash mob will be featured in “Art 2 Art” on June 26, Sunday. The episode airs 3:30-4 p.m. on radio via dzRH and cable television RHTV.