Update: SBS has now withdrawn Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl from its schedule after embarrassing revelations about one of its participants.
The “Fifth Doctor” will host the musical concert in Melbourne, Brisbane and Wellington.
A new $241m deal for six years will see V8s on TEN / FOX Sports after next year.
Hecklers, creative statistics and optimism marked TEN’s AGM yesterday as shareholders approve a bold debt facility.
There are just two choices firming for the Story of the Year and Biggest Blunder of the Year.
US broadcast production giant NEP Group to acquire one of Australia’s most successful technical services companies.
Two multi-platform television series, set to screen online and on ABC2, have received funding from Screen Australia.
Shareholders will vote on TEN’s $200m debt facility at today’s Annual General Meeting.
It’s been December in recent years, but Logie voting won’t get started until another 46 days.
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Outside of Sport, LifeStyle shows dominated the Pay TV sector in 2013.
The World Cup qualifier between Australia and Iraq pulled the biggest audience on Pay TV all year.
A&E distances itself from homophobic comments from Duck Dynasty star, and suspends him indefinitely.
Foxtel has finally announced Samsung Android tablets and smartphones can access the Foxtel Go app.
Coast Australia will have a screening on BBC2 in the UK, the channel where the original format was conceived.
A Pay TV channel finds the good will spirit with free ads for charities and none on Xmas Day.
Foxtel confirms key titles for TVH!TS including Seinfeld, CSI, NCIS and Everybody Loves Raymond.
Sam Worthington to star in Foxtel’s 2015 miniseries about journalists during WWI.
Guests Marcia Hines, Lawrence Mooney, Denise Scott and Ryan ‘Fitzy’ Fitzgerald.
If you missed it the first time around, Puberty Blues would make good summer drama fare.
It was a great idea to hold this episode over as a Festive occasion and we could do with a bit more of this from Aussie networks.
TEN’s season finale will be airing at a different time this weekend due to the Big Bash League.
C31 Melbourne and Geelong have announced key locally produced programs in the upcoming Summer Season.
The British phenomenon that is Ant and Dec is about to hit our screens on ELEVEN.
Seven is gifting you Hugh Grant for Christmas with not one but two movies next week.
The performances in David Walliams’ kid’s tale is what makes this ideal family entertainment.
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.