The reality TV star issued a statement requesting “compassion and empathy” from the public following weeks of worrisome behaviour from her husband.
Can Gudinski’s new television endeavour The Sound fill the same cultural space that Countdown did?
Audiences are glued to the television during the coronavirus pandemic but cautious advertisers pulled back on spending.
Communications Minister Paul Fletcher is looking at potential ways to reduce the amount of television spectrum networks use for their services.
It’s billed as the dating show for real love but Farmer Wants A Wife still attracts the traditional reality TV characters.
Australia’s most prolific TV showrunner, Bevan Lee, delivers his likely swansong in Between Two Worlds.
Saturday Picks: Happy Endings, Chicken Run, Party Tricks
Wednesday Picks: The Restaurant that Burns Off Calories, Pati’s Mexican Table, America’s Got Talent
Thursday Picks: Letterkenny, Botched, One Plus One
Friday Picks: Mary Beard’s Shock of the Nude, Blades of Glory, The Living Room
Monday Picks: Back Roads: Dampier Peninsula, MasterChef, Agatha Christie’s Criminal Games
Tuesday Picks: 24 Hours in Police Custody, Schitt’s Creek, Good Bones
The women of Wisteria Lane dominated TV for years, and there’s still lots to enjoy in Desperate Housewives.
The new comedy drama series from Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry is dividing the TV experts in this week’s episode of The Televisionaries podcast.
Daily TV picks, Sunday, July 12
In this week’s special episode of The Televisionaries podcast, TV experts from The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald discuss their top shows of the year so far.
Submissions in response to the government’s review of the film and TV sector closed on Friday, with little sign of a sector-wide consensus to guide reform.
[Erik Lundin] Här födds både rånare och odlare Här födds både bödlar och golare Jag föddes som förlorare Och mina ögon var för tonade Din sons historier är förstorade Pepparkakspojk […]
The journalist and TV presenter is the latest among well-known Australianss to tell us what they are doing at home.
[Intro: James Blake] Please, uh, hahaha Okay [Chorus: James Blake] Please come back Please come back Please come back Please come back [Verse: Mustafa Ahmad] If she runs her fingers through my […]
Been to a game lately? No, and neither has anyone else. But that’s not what it sounds like thanks to some clever innovation.
The deal that values the TV reality star’s three-year-old business at $US1 billion.
The channel said it may have gone under had the government forced it to go solely online in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chicken tenders in my hotel, yeah Christina’s in my bed watchin’ TV shows When she hit the remote with her legs shakin’, that’s good love makin’ Watchin’ wherever my head […]
The phenomenon has become something of a meme in TV news land, with several reporters owning four of the same $750 coat that comes in a rainbow of colours.
The off-air antics of network stars reveal a decidedly different picture to the heavily sanitised one being broadcast to millions of Australians every day.
A documentary maker writes of her fury to see a courageous schoolboy from her TV series turned into Chris Lilley’s fictional character Jonah in the comedy Summer Heights High.
Songs in the kitchen Playing on the radio Coffee on the counter Bacon frying on the stove Billy Graham on TV Mom and daddy kissing Songs in the kitchen Songs […]
Vi o dia nascer Desliguei a TV Te liguei Pra fala de mim não está Deve estar no sofá A chorar Lembranças de nós dois Guardadas pra depois Em um […]
Brendan Murphy never imagined when he became Australia’s chief medical officer that he would become so recognisable he would resort to wearing dark glasses and a baseball cap to walk […]