A competitive skills-based matrix pitting ABC employee against employee has angered unions.
A NSW ‘geek’ and a US ‘beauty’ share the $100,000 prize money on Seven’s reality series.
US hospital dramedy coming to Seven in 2015 may not proceed past 13 episodes.
Video: A 2 part crossover event between superheroes Arrow and The Flash will take place across both shows.
Yahoo7 has released data on 2014’s most-searched terms by Australians.
Sponsored: Your chance to hear from the man behind Battlestar Galactica plus episodes of Hannibal and American Horror Story.
“It’s been the best gig in the world and I’m going to miss it terribly,” says Sue Spencer.
Ratings: A decision to air at 8:30 instead of 7:30, plus ARIAs competition, sees Big Brother end at a record low. Seven wins the night.
Plus funding for a black comedy for SBS and a third season of TEN kid’s series Mako: Island of Secrets.
A tearful Molly Meldrum received a standing ovation as both he and Countdown were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.
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To play the father of a missing son, James Nesbitt surrounded himself with photos, police reports and newspaper articles.
Season Two of the oddly-titled Necessary Roughness, starring Callie Thorne, returns to Foxtel next week.
SKY News’ coverage of Saturday’s Victorian state election gets underway as early as 5:30am.
A picture-perfect town is thrown into upheaval by the gruesome murder of a young girl during May Day festivities.
Eurosport channel positions itself as the home of winter sports in Australia.
2GB simulcast becomes the first collaboration between SKY News and Macquarie Radio Network.
Rachel McAdams joins Colin Farrell and Taylor Kitsch in Season 2 of HBO’s crime drama.
What does it mean to be gay & lesbian in the land of a one-child policy?
ABC2’s Crack Up doco features young comedians who have endured mental illness but still find reasons to laugh.
Expect some adjustment to summer schedules as Nine makes a switch to next Wednesday.
It’s being touted as a history-making surprise, as The Living Room fans look set to walk away with some Oprah-style goodies.
Shaun Micallef’s heads to India and immerses himself in the Hindu world of Gods, Gurus and the Ganges for SBS.
SBS 2 premieres a series with comedians looking at social media, hosted by Chris Hardwick.
Better Homes & Gardens ends its 2014 season with a Christmas special at the home of Graham Ross.
In a heartbeat a family is ripped apart, but BBC’s new abduction drama is a densely-crafted character essay.
The boys are back with powers that must be controlled, in ABC3’s most excellent adventure.
It mirrors Go Back with its immersive experience, but hopefully this SBS doco can also ignite as much conversation about Indigenous Australia.