Ratings: The Reality battle at 7:30pm continues to see Biggest Loser squeezed by MKR and The Block.
Aussie actors are headed into two separate British dramas.
Reports that Charlie Sheen has missed several days of work on Anger Management recently.
How many more viewers sampled Secrets and Lies after its first outing?
Legal stoush over, Kym Valentine will return to Ramsay Street as part of the 20th anniversary celebrations of the Kennedy clan.
Ratings: A few shows get an extra boost thanks to a long weekend in Melbourne, but MKR still rules the roost.
Nadine Garner laments the rise of Television has come at the expense of our Film industry.
TEN meteorologist Magdalena Roze is moving on after 2 years with the network.
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High numbers for the multiple views of Melbourne’s society gals -but is it a record?
Video: Visual artist John Gosper wins $10,000 for designing a channel promo for STUDIO.
Video: Dragons, swordfights, power, romance… finally we have a decent trailer.
HBO subscribers in the US were so hungry for the last installment that they crashed the online service.
Nat Geo looks at the Qantas jet which averted a major disaster on a flight from Singapore to Sydney in 2010.
Tony Robinson is filming a new series to commemorate 100 years of ANZACs, for the History channel.
Highlights of the ASTRA Awards can be seen on STV channels on the same night the awards are held.
World Movies has another week of controversial films including Pink Flamingos, I Spit On Your Grave and Caligula.
Season Two of Elementary, originally scheduled several weeks ago, has now been rescheduled.
There are a number of other changes as a result of So You Think You Can Dance moving.
TEN relents and moves Dance from Sundays to Thursdays.
Margaret and David review new films for Sullivan Stapleton, George Clooney, Matt Damon and Cate Blanchett.
If you haven’t seen The Good Wife for a while, trust me, now is an excellent time to drop back in.
Sesame Street returns with a brand new season, with our own Jessica Mauboy as guest.
Dateline looks at a battle with Tourette’s Syndrome and reports on political unrest from Caracas, Venezuela.
This week on Insight Jenny Brockie looks at the dangers of concussion in kids’ sport.
Take The Thorn Birds, some big name Hollywood stars and plenty of cheese, and you might end up with this.
Nat Geo embarks on Event TV with its new science series, as a sequel to the work of astronomer Carl Sagan.
ABC1′s Janet King is the phoenix rising from the ashes of Crownies, thanks to putting Marta Dusseldorp front and centre.