Welcome to Teresa Palmer Network - Your largest online resource for Australian actress Teresa (Tez) Palmer. Teresa can currently be seen in television series A Discovery Of Witches as Diana Bishop which is an adaptation of The All Souls Trilogy books by Deborah Harkness & can be seen as 'Michelle Payne' - the first female jockey to win the prestigious Melbourne cup in the movie Ride Like A Girl due out in 2019. Keep checking back as we bring you the latest on Teresa & her projects.
A Discovery Of Witches Comic Con Panel

A Discovery Of Witches Comic Con Panel

The panel for A Discovery of Witches at the 2018 San Diego Comic Con International was on Thursday 19th July & it was revealed that the Premiere of the show in the UK will be Friday 14th September on Sky One & Now TV. It now also has a US distributor – It has been picked up by the AMC cable and satellite television channel on it’s streaming networks Sundance Now & Shudder, there is no premiere date for the US as yet. AMC is home to TV shows like ‘The Walking Dead’, ‘Breaking Bad’, ‘Mad Men’ & ‘Rectify’. I have updated the Teresa Palmer Network gallery with 16 HQ candids of Tez arriving at the Comic Con & 31 HQ/MQ photos from the Discovery of Witches panel.

Audi Australia Advertising Campaign

Audi Australia Advertising Campaign

Last year Teresa was named as a new ambassador for Audi Australia & she has just appeared in her first advertising campaign for the brand which has been added in HQ to the gallery. I have also added 3 larger HQ photos from the 2017 Sunday Life magazine.

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Social Media & Other > Advertising Campaigns > Audi Australia 2018
Magazines & Outtakes > 2017 > Sunday Life Magazine August 2017
2018 San Diego Comic Con International

2018 San Diego Comic Con International

Teresa will be heading to the 2018 Comic Con in San Diego later this month for A Discovery Of Witches. She will be joined by Matthew Goode, Alex Kingston & Owen Teale alongside author Deborah Harkness, director Juan Carlos Medina & producer Jane Tranter from production company Bad Wolf. It is the first time British pay-TV broadcaster Sky is taking one of its originals to Comic Con as the company revealed that a U.S. broadcaster is expected to be announced shortly – possibly at the event, which takes place July 18-22 – So US fans can finally stop whinging about not knowing when THEY are getting it.