Production has begun, led by the award-winning team at Aquarius Films (Lion, Berlin Syndrome) and global indie studio Entertainment One, and featuring Harriet Dyer, Valene Kane, Magda Szubanski and Christiaan van Vuuren.
EVEN MORE SINGAPORE and while that will mean lots of amazing views and so forth it somehow also means horrible fights and delicious crazy.
Network Ten has confirmed that Sophie Monk will star in the new season of The Bachelorette Australia on TEN and WIN Network later this year.
Famous scientist Bill Nye hosts a talk show exploring scientific issues including vaccinations, space exploration and fad diets.
Australia generates a staggering amount of waste every year and alarmingly our waste is growing at double the rate of our population. Presenter and provocateur Craig Reucassel (The Chaser) tackles this growing issue in the thought-provoking, three-part series War on Waste, premiering Tuesday 16th May at 8.30pm on ABC and iview.
Network Ten is pleased to announce that the highly anticipated season nine of MasterChef Australia will premiere on Monday, 1 May at 7.30pm.
Production is underway in New Zealand on the major new live action television series The Legend of Monkey, which will premiere on ABC, TVNZ and on Netflix around the world in 2018.
See you in seventeen years; Where is Richard Di Natale?; The man-puppet duo; Inconsistently consistent; The rotting corpse of Sammy J - this is another episode in the Humans of Twitter podcast series.
Critically-acclaimed television series, Fargo, returns to Australian television screens at 8.30pm, Wednesday 17 May on SBS. Oh ya, you betcha!
Alan Bond. Hero? Villain? Or a little bit of both?
Ben Mingay (as Alan Bond), Rachael Taylor (as Diana Bliss), Adrienne Pickering (as Eileen Bond) and Sam Neill (as Roland “Tiny” Rowland) star in Nine’s epic new mini-series HOUSE OF BOND, which goes to air over two big nights – Monday, April 24, and Tuesday, April 25 – at 9.00pm after The Voice on Channel Nine.
The chickens have come home to roost for poor old serial lagger, Lizzie Birdsworth (Celia Ireland). Promised early release from Wentworth in return for lying in the witness box, things don’t go quite as planned.
Never calm; Revealing your true self; 2 good years in a share house; St George; Your personal Oprah - this is another episode in the Humans of Twitter podcast series.
TV villains have come and gone. Each as nasty or bad as the other, but there have been very few that have burned bright, long after they've left our screens.
SINGAPORE PAYS OFF! Well, it does once we get through all the boring bits that lead up to it (Krissy's dog walk - not a thing).
Welcome to the second week of the Easter non-ratings break for 2017.
Lena Dunham’s show that launched a thousand think pieces airs its last episode next week.
The ABC will pay tribute to the much loved comedian, writer, and satirist John Clarke, screening a special, John Clarke: Thanks for Your Time on ABC at 8pm on Easter Monday, 17 April.
Don't engage; Comedy is silly; Why aren't I a Vegan?; It's a real show?; Fix poverty - this is another episode in the Humans of Twitter podcast series.
Wentworth has wasted no time in ramping up the tension in season five and in episode two, we see Franky Doyle back behind bars.
Speak loud & clear; Aunty Tash; Extremeism; Wake Up; Good comes out of bad - this is another episode in the Humans of Twitter podcast series.
The Young Pope follows the story of Lenny Belardo the newly elected Pius XIII – the youngest and first American Pope in history. Anticipated by all to be progressive and liberal-minded, Lenny confounds expectations when he challenges the Vatican with his strong values.
A ground-breaking new observational documentary series, Court Justice: Sydney will premiere exclusively on Foxtel’s Crime + Investigation network in the second half of 2017.
What started as a humorous on-air gaffe by newsreader Natasha Exelby has turned into social media outrage for ABC News after it was reported the newsreader has been demoted from her on-air role.
So, the end credits have rolled on the season six of Game of Thrones. The finale was a magnificent 69 minutes and was the longest instalment of the entire series.
Epic. Monumental. Amazing. Jaw dropping. I think I’ve run out of words to describe Battle of the Bastards.
So, that internet rumour doing the rounds before the airing of ‘No One’ turned out to be a fizzer and hearts were broken all over the internet.
As we build to the climax of season six of Game of Thrones, The Broken Man was a surprisingly subdued episode. But that’s not to say there weren’t a few unexpected twists.
“Blood of My Blood” may have lacked the same emotional impact as “The Door”, but it succeeded in delivering the perfect curve ball. Benjen Stark is alive!!
Ten minutes. All it took was ten minutes to break the hearts of Game of Thrones fans all over the world. Ten minutes of intense, heart stopping action that also managed to answer one of the most enduring questions of the entire book and TV series.
And winner of vilest character on TV.. Ramsay Bolton for deeds most foul on Games of Thrones.
If the fan theories are correct and Jon Snow plays a key role in the ‘end game’ in a Game of Thrones, then episode three may contain enough hints to confirm those theories.
But there is much more to “Home” than resolving the ‘Jon question’ and how we get there is one of the many OMG moments of episode two.
The new series of Game of Thrones is here. That oh-so familiar theme song is playing and the anticipation is running very high. But there’s also a healthy dose of anxiety.
The producers of Game of Thrones had to pull something out of the bag to wrap up season five. After all, we had the rise of the White Walkers in episode 8 and the double whammy of Stannis killing his daughter and Dany saved by her dragons in episode 9. What could they throw at us in the season finale?
Expectation can be a tough master, especially on a show like Game of Thrones. The fans have come to expect ‘big’ things as we near the end of the season.
Just when you think you’ve got the Game of Thrones formula nailed, they go and shake things up in a rather dramatic way.
After the controversial wedding night rape of Sansa of last week, things are a little more ‘subdued’ this time around. Which is a mercy, really.
You think Game of Thrones is ‘dark’, what with its violence, the Walkers, a Red Wedding and executions? Well, you haven’t seen anything yet. In episode six, we venture down dark corridors that make for disturbed viewing.
Heads up everyone. There will be violence and nudity in Episode 5. Just in case you were wondering. But really the pre-show warnings should include ‘this episode contains scenes of emotional torture and dragons'.
Say whatever you want about King Robert Baratheon, the Seven Kingdoms was held it together under his rule. Since his demise way back in season one, things have slowly been falling apart.
Game of Thrones loves a ‘good’ wedding. We’ve had the infamous ‘Red Wedding’ and the much anticipated ‘purple wedding’, spelling the end of Robb Stark and Joffrey Baratheon.
The last we saw of Arya Stark, she was sailing towards a new life in Braavos in the final episode of Season Four. Having survived her journey through Westeros with The Hound, Arya was looking to a new beginning.
As a season opener, it lacked the punch of the last three episodes of season four. But we shouldn’t expect all the bells and whistles just yet.
Last week Game of Throne producers David Benioff and Dan Weiss promised that the season finale was their ‘finest hour ever’. Its awesomeness intimidated them, they said.
Wow. Just wow. Let me say that again, wow. So, that was pretty intense, gripping…(insert adjective here). I think I need a moment to breathe. Or maybe I need to hit rewind.
Thank the Old Gods and New; Game of Thrones is back, even if it is just for a few more weeks. And in “The Mountain and The Viper”, story lines are starting to be tied up, while others are beginning to open up.
After the emotional peak that was Tyrion’s courtroom speech last week, the question was always whether Mockingbird would reach the same dizzying heights. It had a lot to live up to and in it’s own way, it measures up.
Years ago, when they first began casting for Game of Thrones, book readers worried WHO, if anyone, would be able to do justice to the character of Tyrion Lannister.
Half way through the season and still so many questions to be answered, yet so many questions HAVE been answered.
“No, no, no. This is not how it happened in the books. This is not how it was supposed to happen. What has HBO done?”
After the much-anticipated Purple Wedding saw the demise of the Caligula-esque King Joffrey, you’d be forgiven for thinking GoT would let us lay back, light up a cigarette and enjoy the moment.
That noise you heard last night was the internet exploding. A collective cheer went up, as another player in the Game of Thrones was removed.
As a book reader, I’ll admit to mixed feelings about the show. I love it, but miss the complexity of the plotlines as laid out in George RR Martin’s novels. At times, the show has felt rushed and two-dimensional. Knowing what had been left out was aggravating.