Ratings: It was a week dominated by News events, but finishing with a more solemn note.
Good news in the Documentary genre for SBS and ABC.
Fiona Reynolds, currently Head of News Projects, is ABC’s director of its new regional division.
A one hour delay in Queensland upsets sports fans, but there is some good news.
Man Haron Monis had long-running grievances against Sunrise and Today Tonight.
Consensus emerging on best drama and comedy, but new names appearing for worst performers of the year.
Sunday Night scores a coup by hiring executive producer Steve Taylor.
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Real Housewives star Gina Liano has filmed a TV pilot for a “people’s court,” being considered by Foxtel.
Colbert’s replacement begins mid-January on the Comedy Channel.
Danielle Cormack picks Transparent as her show of the year -except it hasn’t started in Australia yet.
World Movies has a line-up of salacious movies every night, including several Aussie TV premieres.
Neil Oliver and his team return soon from Norfolk Island to the Pilbara.
Minor Spoiler: No storyline details revealed, but here’s how the BBC will tackle a second season of its powerful new drama.
BBC First will fast-track three returning titles to screen in January.
Video: Ferguson bows out with guest Jay Leno, a star-studded musical number and Geoff the robot skeleton.
Darren Percival will host his first TV show, telling positive and feel-good stories at Christmas.
SBS pulls a 2010 film with 4 incompetent British jihadists who set out to commit an act of terror.
Nine will party on New Year’s Eve with the special Pink! Live in Australia.
All the games of the Asian Cup on ABC TV -but the commentary is by FOX Sports.
Big Ass Spider and a spin-off from The Thick of It, all on SBS 2 for Christmas.
Clive Owen is the master of modern medicine in this intelligent but squeamish new drama.
CGI action and a cool knack for the superhero genre -The Flash bursts out with confidence.
An ‘adorkable’ Latino is accidentally artificially inseminated, in a comedy with a sense of familiarity.