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Kath & Kim return to TV

From left, Jane Turner, Gina Riley and Magda Szubanski in a behind the scenes shot from the movie Kath and Kimderella.
From left, Jane Turner, Gina Riley and Magda Szubanski in a behind the scenes shot from the movie Kath and Kimderella. Contributed - Roadshow Films media website

KATH & Kim stars Jane Turner and Gina Riley have confirmed they will return to the small screen ahead of the release of their film, Kath & Kimderella, later this year.

But the pair have not, as speculated recently, filmed a new series of the hit comedy series which gave the Australian vernacular the word "noiyce".

Instead, they will crack open a bottle of Cardonnay and film new introductions for a series of hand-picked episodes of the iconic series for Channel Seven.

The episodes, titled Kath and Kim: The Souvenir Editions, will be packaged with new material.

Seven says The Souvenir Editions will be presented by "members of the Kath & Kim family" and will include never before broadcast Kath & Kim footage.

 

Read more at Brisbane Times

Topics:  channel seven, movie, tv show



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