Cast in shock as period crime drama Ripper Street has is axed due to poor ratings.
A high-end serialised mystery drama set in Tasmania, and a Gold Coast crim in witness protection are amongst new drama projects funded by Screen Australia.
Actor Josh Lawson has criticised the AACTA Awards for failing to recognise Comedy as a stand-alone category.
Entertainment Weekly ranks Josh Thomas comedy in between Orange Is The New Black & Mad Men in its annual list.
Four Corners reporter Sarah Ferguson will host 7.30 in 2014 while Leigh Sales is on maternity leave.
Alisa and Lysandra, Brad and Dale return to take on 2 teams of fans for The Block 2014.
An Australian web-based sitcom is about to get broadcast on Showcase in the UK before landing an Australian broadcast.
As news presenters take their summer hiatus it helps to tell the rest of the folk working on the show.
2013 has been a big year for Dougie Baldwin with Upper Middle Bogan & Nowhere Boys and an acclaimed film.
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Pay TV body ASTRA will revamp its ratings reports in January to better reflect viewers who record and play back programmes.
Neil Oliver will present a 10-part series on the Australian War Memorial as it undergoes a refurbishment in its biggest year.
Smoothfm presenter Cameron Daddo joins SMOOTH as Foxtel revamps its audio music channels.
Shaun Micallef has been cast as the voice of a futuristic computer in the sci-fi telemovie Arrowhead.
Kids get a mix of new shows, classic cartoons, and returning favourites on Foxtel this December and January.
Next week 13th Street will premiere a 2012 UK drama when police investigate the murder of a young actress.
Foxtel Go app has added five new channels: Nickelodeon, Nick Jr, MTV, ESPN and ESPN2.
Free To Air and STV have all announced specials on Nelson Mandela for tonight.
ABC has confirmed a broadcast time for the next Dr Who special featuring the arrival of Peter Capaldi.
It’s the final new 60 Minutes of the year and the stories include The Rolling Stones, frozen waterfalls and 3D printers.
Guests: Ed Kavalee, Jane Kennedy, Sam Pang, Glenn Robbins and Ronny Chieng.
With all the interest in Nigella Lawson right now, I’m a little bit surprised Nine hasn’t yet scheduled The Taste.
In this 90 minute special, Lady Gaga duets with Kermit the Frog, Sir Elton John, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and RuPaul.
TEN is hoping to gain a little more attention to its new morning shows by adding content to weekends.
Neil Oliver is staggered by the colours and scale of our vast landscape -and who can blame him?
More Christmas than Celebrity, this Lifestyle special is the equivalent of Christmas stuffing.
What’s it really like to grown up with same-sex parents? Everybody should watch a doco like this at least once.