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Renewed: The Embassy 0

Nine will return to Thailand for more of its observational series, in 2015.


Seven takes third week in summer 0

Ratings: It was a week dominated by News events, but finishing with a more solemn note.


Docos on Racism for SBS and more Opening Shot films for ABC 0

Good news in the Documentary genre for SBS and ABC.


Home and Away tops Seven’s social media 0

Home and Away was the most-watched show on PLUS7 in 2014.


ABC appoints new regional division manager 0

Fiona Reynolds, currently Head of News Projects, is ABC’s director of its new regional division.


Social media anger over Big Bash delays 23

A one hour delay in Queensland upsets sports fans, but there is some good news.


Siege gunman may have been targeting Seven 1

Man Haron Monis had long-running grievances against Sunrise and Today Tonight.


TV Tonight Awards: voting continues 0

Consensus emerging on best drama and comedy, but new names appearing for worst performers of the year.


Foreign Correspondent exec appointed Sunday Night producer 1

Sunday Night scores a coup by hiring executive producer Steve Taylor.


Vale: Max Morrison 3

One of the longest serving employees at GTV9, passed away on Thursday.

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Rumour: Gina Liano for “Judge Judy-style show” 0

Real Housewives star Gina Liano has filmed a TV pilot for a “people’s court,” being considered by Foxtel.


Airdate: The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore 0

Colbert’s replacement begins mid-January on the Comedy Channel.


Oops. Wentworth star’s fave show hasn’t aired here yet. 4

Danielle Cormack picks Transparent as her show of the year -except it hasn’t started in Australia yet.


World Movies summer of sin 0

World Movies has a line-up of salacious movies every night, including several Aussie TV premieres.


Returning: Coast Australia 0

Neil Oliver and his team return soon from Norfolk Island to the Pilbara.


Stan signs Viacom 5

Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., MTV and Comedy Central titles will be coming to Stan.


Renewed: The Missing 2

Minor Spoiler: No storyline details revealed, but here’s how the BBC will tackle a second season of its powerful new drama.


Returning: The Musketeers, Miranda, Death in Paradise. 0

BBC First will fast-track three returning titles to screen in January.

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Last ever Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 0

Video: Ferguson bows out with guest Jay Leno, a star-studded musical number and Geoff the robot skeleton.


Airdate: My Christmas 0

Darren Percival will host his first TV show, telling positive and feel-good stories at Christmas.


Airdate: The Footy Show Fight Night 6

Who says GEM is aimed at women? Next month: live boxing.


SBS pulls jihadist comedy 11

SBS pulls a 2010 film with 4 incompetent British jihadists who set out to commit an act of terror.


Nowhere Boys: Dec 21 0

The hunt for Andy takes the boys back to their alternate universe.


Airdate: Pink! Live in Australia 0

Nine will party on New Year’s Eve with the special Pink! Live in Australia.


Asian Cup 2015: guide 9

All the games of the Asian Cup on ABC TV -but the commentary is by FOX Sports.


Movie Mayhem with Marc Fennell: Dec 24 – 27 3

Big Ass Spider and a spin-off from The Thick of It, all on SBS 2 for Christmas.

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The Knick 1

Clive Owen is the master of modern medicine in this intelligent but squeamish new drama.


The Flash 14

CGI action and a cool knack for the superhero genre -The Flash bursts out with confidence.


Jane the Virgin 14

An ‘adorkable’ Latino is accidentally artificially inseminated, in a comedy with a sense of familiarity.

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