Believe it or not, they’re going to remake The Greatest American Hero.
OfCom is not pursuing 6 complaints from 7 million viewers about a kiss on Doctor Who.
Veteran actor Bill Kerr, best known for movies including Gallipoli and Dusty, has died aged 92.
Critics questioning a same-sex kiss on Doctor Who should remember it’s always been a genre that pushes boundaries.
“It’s just not happening. It’s just a little rumour that got legs,” she said.
US actor David Hyde Pierce is headed back to television after a decade without a recurring role.
ABC staff petition the ABC Board to publish its restructure plan, amid fears of bigger cuts coming.
Seven seeks to overturn another breach of the Code of Practice, after inaccurate reporting by Sunday Night.
US drama series Longmire, starring Australian Robert Taylor, has been axed after three seasons.
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In July 2009, a metal detectorist found an Anglo-Saxon treasure hoard worth over £3 million in a Staffordshire field.
Showtime reportedly does not renew the contract of Ann Biderman as series showrunner, due to cost overruns.
Nucky Thompson and his Atlantic City gang are back for their fifth and final season.
If you haven’t seen True Blood’s final episode don’t click here. Otherwise…..
The stars drop by to farewell Chelsea Handler’s late night talk show after 7 years on E!
MTV is running a competition for young creatives aged 18-26 to work at the MTV EMAs in Glasgow.
After 7 years of late night banter the last ever episode with Chelsea Handler airs tonight on E!
Well-regarded Commissioning Editor of Drama at Foxtel is promoted to Head of Drama.
The second season of Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell for 2014 airs in September.
Guests: Michala Banas, Ed Kavalee, Glenn Robbins, Mick Molloy and Merrick Watts.
Australian Story profiles Christiaan Van Vuuren, who also happens to feature in ABC’s upcoming comedy Soul Mates.
60 Minutes features a special report on the 1984 Father’s Day Massacre, including witnesses speaking for the first time.
A new sci-fi doco series has an all-star cast including William Shatner, Steven Moffat, Chris Carter, Ronald D Moore & David Tennant.
Can a gay couple and an Anglican minister learn more about each others’ views with Reality cameras following them for 10 days?
Dramatisations of abuse are hard to watch in this docudrama on an ugly chapter of Queensland history.