On Sunday's edition of Australian Survivor, the game was turned on its head as one of this season’s biggest players, A.K., was sent packing after being outplayed by his arch-rival Tara.
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As the end credits roll on the season finale, Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss can be forgiven much after delivering an almost movie length episode.
Last night on The Bachelor Australia, Matty J took Elise on a scenic tour of Sydney that ended with a rose and their first kiss, the Bachelorettes battled it out in a game of beach volleyball and controversial contestant Jennifer made a dramatic exit from the mansion.
Four lucky Bachelorettes were invited on a special group date for a day of cooking and conversation.
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On Sunday's episode of Australian Survivor, host Jonathan LaPaglia surprised Samatau at Tribal Council with a double fake elimination and two contestants were sent to Exile Beach ahead of joining Asaga.
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We’ve been pretty spoilt the last couple of weeks on Game of Thrones. Showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss have kept up a cracking pace throughout the first four episodes.
Every season there’s a Game of Thrones episode where you really needed to take time to absorb it all.
Winning a throne was never going to be easy for Daenerys Targaryen. She might have dragons, the Unsullied and the Dothraki.
Three words closed out last week’s season premiere of Game of Thrones. Three words to set up the season ahead.
It’s been a long time coming, but Winter is finally here and so is season seven of Game of Thrones. And if the season premiere is anything to go by, showrunners David Benioff and D.B Weiss are pulling out all stops to lay the groundwork for the final season, next year.
The top two teams have been revealed after a nail-biting semi-final saw the competition’s best mates, Team SA and Team QLD, move one step closer towards the $200,000 Grand Final prize.
SA’s Kate & Harry, WA’s Andrew & Jono and QLD’s Aaron & Daniella are one step closer to the House Rules Grand Final after “poor planning” saw Tassie’s Sean & Ella eliminated from the competition.
I think we need to take a moment to process all that happened in the season finale of Wentworth. Because if you thought the death of Bea Smith last season would be a hard act to follow, you ain’t seen anything.
At 51 minutes, “Coup de Grace” is one of the longest episodes this season of Wentworth. We needed every one of those minutes set things up for next week’s season finale.
It’s getting a whole lot more serious as we approach the final episodes of Wentworth. So, sit down and buckle up because it gets kind of intense.
The pieces are beginning to fall into place as we near the end of season five of Wentworth. Yet there’s still plenty of story to tell.
After the roller coaster ride of the previous two episodes, this week’s Wentworth offering was a somewhat more ‘subdued’ affair. But it sets us up nicely for the final two episodes of the season.
So, Joan Fergusson has a new name to go with The Freak. She’s now Top Dog of Wentworth. And don’t the women know it.
As an actor, it must be an absolute blast (and liberating) to play a character that is the epitome of “TV evil”. You can give free reign to whatever may lurk in the very deep recesses of your soul to make your character the quintessential ‘bad guy’.
After focusing almost exclusively on individual story lines in the first handful of episodes of Season 5, the Wentworth writers now return to a multi-storey narrative in “Belly of the Beast”.
We’re almost at the half waypoint of season 5 of Wentworth and things have just got very “real”. We’ve begun to see the repercussions of Liz’s downfall in the witness box.
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.
Wentworth has wasted no time in ramping up the tension in season five and in episode two, we see Franky Doyle back behind bars.
There’s never a dull moment on Wentworth and in the season five premiere, we’re thrown a few curve balls that should keep us coming back every Tuesday night.
It's the last week of The Great Australian Bake Off, the nicest show on Australian television.