Open the Cardonnay, it's Kath & Kim

Last updated 05:00 21/07/2012
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Kath and Kim: The Souvenir Editions will include previously unseen footage.

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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.

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

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

"People are so lucky that I'm going to share my huge body of work with them as I have an enormous back catalogue for all to see," Kim Craig (nee Day) is quoted as saying in Seven's statement.

Her mother, Kath Knight (nee Day) added: "Kel and I have been tweeting each other all night and we are all over this like a rash".

The episodes will be hand-picked from across the four series of the show produced between 2002 and 2007.

Kath & Kimderella opens in cinemas in September.

- Sydney Morning Herald

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