When the suave, chiselled Superman actor was cast as the scruffy, taciturn lead in Netflix’s adaptation of the bestselling books, it drew derision from a passionate fan base. How he worked to win them over.
The second season of Why Women Kill is back, as is the finale of the epic series Ozark
Keeping up with all the latest streaming series can make you wish for more hours in the day, or night, but do not underestimate the pure enjoyment of a pre-social media teen drama.
Lana Parrilla stars in the deliciously addictive second season of Marc Cherry’s high-camp drama, Why Women Kill
The adverts are renowned for their unforgiving take on Aussie humour and the first one for 2022 is no different - and this time our very own Premier is in the crosshairs.
Actor Bob Saget, 65, best known as the jovial dad on the television sitcom Full House, has been found dead in Florida hotel room.
The beloved Queer Eye team are back to help transform lives, this time heading to Texas for their makeovers.
Hot on the heels of hit show Maid, the humble cleaning lady is again taking centre stage in a new crime drama series.
From Aussie series Wolf Like Me to the final season of After Life, don’t miss out on these shows.
The Crown and Stranger Things are back, as are fantasy epics based off Game of Thrones and The Lord of the Rings. Here is what’s coming up on TV in 2022.
Filmed in remote opal mining town Coober Pedy and starring Rob Collins, Warwick Thornton’s new series Firebite reimagines Australia’s colonisation where vampires have a thirst for the Indigenous population.
It might only feel like season two of the COVID-delayed Five Bedrooms just dropped on Paramount Plus, but given the heartbreaking events of that season, the next instalment could not arrive soon enough.
The numbers have been crunched and the 21 most watched TV shows of 2021 from around the globe have been revealed.
Harry Potter fans rejoice as cast reunites for reunion special.
Since moving to Los Angeles at the age of 18, Danielle Macdonald has made a name for herself starring alongside Hollywood superstars Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock and Michelle Pfeiffer.
When a group of mismatched people turn up at an apartment viewing in a small town in Sweden, the last thing they expect is to be held hostage.
Hard on the heels of its victory in the 2021 television ratings survey year, the Seven Network has taken the top spot in television for the calendar year.
Aussie TV guru Mitch McTaggart is taking a look back at the worst TV of the year in his hilarious special for SBS, The Year in Television 2021. And no one, absolutely NO ONE, is safe.
There has been no shortage of incredible shows this year. Here are our picks for the most memorable.
Clare Rigden and Pierra Willix
He’s one of Australian TV’s biggest stars. But Dr Chris Brown, aka The Bondi Vet, STILL works as a local animal hospital vet between TV shifts. Talk about versatile!
50 Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan travels to the Aussie outback in new Stan drama, the Tourist, a series that will have you on the edge of your seat and jumping out of your skin.
Marc Fennell is everywhere on TV right now. His latest series, Framed, on SBS, is a fabulously bingeable deep dive into an intriguing crime
The pandemic forced Carlos Sanson Jr to abandon a flourishing career in Los Angeles. But his return to Sydney was a blessing in disguise when he landed a role in Stan’s popular TV series Bump
The booming global popularity of South Korean entertainment is luring consumers to embrace the country’s culture and cuisine, fuelling sales around the world of goods.
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