The state of Australian politics is laughable and Shaun Micallef wouldn’t have it any other way
ROSEHAVEN returns with more of the comedic genius of its creators, writers and stars: Luke McGregor and Celia Pacquola
What I love most about Robin is, from the perspective of playing her, not necessarily her best quality. It’s her flaws, her vulnerability. And her ability to be strong when she needs to be and to fight for justice and fight for the truth in her work.
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.
One of the wildest new shows premiering this season, in both comedy and drama, is ABC’s Imaginary Mary. The new comedy stars Jenna Elfman as a woman being revisited by her childhood imaginary best friend after her life is turned upside down by new love.
In a world where every mid-sized cable network is trying to break in with their own hit drama in the vein of Mr. Robot and UnReal is where we find E!’s newest offering, The Arrangement.
Whose Line Is It Anyway? has been a staple on our TVs for decades. It launched in the UK in 1988 where it ran until 1997, before moving to the US in 1998, where it’s enjoyed two stints on air.
Bruce Campbell is a bigger than life character and can fill a room with a self-deprecating laugh as he discusses fan conventions, William Shatner and his on-screen persona Ash Williams from Evil Dead.
It’s rare that a TV show gives you something to think about long after the final credits have rolled. It’s equally rare that an Australian production can have that impact.
A good story is a good story regardless of where it’s filmed and in 'Trapped', SBS has an excellent show.