Gallery: TV Tonight goes behind the scenes as Seven’s annual Good Friday Appeal raises $16.8m.
“I think it’s a whole new set of characters,” Hayden Panettiere says of the 2015 Heroes reboot.
Video: Silly American single ladies believe FOX’s latest Reality will give them a shot of marrying Prince Harry.
A decade on, Matt White is headed back to TEN for its V8 Supercars coverage.
Catch-up service SBS On Demand becomes available on Android this week.
Nine picks up the rights to UK factual which sees “urban free climbers” who illegally climb cranes and buildings.
A new ad-branded game show will air on 7TWO, where prizes are promoted to viewers via second screen apps.
ABC International and Australia Network have struck a deal for new opportunities for Australian content in China.
ABC will offer all six episodes of Chis Lilley’s new series online before the first episode screens on air.
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Kid Mac, Richie ‘Vas’ Vaculik, and Mark Mathews follow their dream from Maroubra to Hollywood.
LifeStyle’s property series has pulled numbers that would make Joffrey’s eyes water.
Peaches Geldof was one of a number of names suggested as an ANTM judge, prior to her death.
Updated: The latest season of Law and Order: UK has its Australian premiere on the Universal channel.
Game of Thrones ‘purple wedding’ breaks the record for the most people sharing a file simultaneously via BitTorrent.
CNN profiles actress Sarah Jessica Parker & the CEO of Ruder Finn, Kathy Bloomgarden.
Subscription TV platform Fetch TV is adding the Syfy channel to its Entertainment pack.
Alan Davies returns to ABC1 with three new Jonathan Creek episodes next month.
60 Minutes profiles Pope Francis as he confronts long-standing traditions whilst there are “enemies” within the Vatican.
The 1976 film in which Peter Finch raved that he was as “mad as hell” will air this Sunday night on GEM.
Good news. The Logies will begin its Red Carpet at 7:30pm on April 27, with the Awards at 8pm.
Seven aims its show at middle Australia, with colloquial reactions from a renovation that could be happening in your street.
The name is familiar, but the plot and the characters are new in this highly-entertaining drama inspired by a film classic.