Video: A belated re-think by Toowoomba-based Lincoln Humphries ends on a positive, if chilly, note.
Seven has signed Queensland horse racing event Magic Millions, previously broadcast by Nine.
French channel RMC Découvert gets in the driver’s seat for a local version of Top Gear.
Seven will offer Australian Open matches simultaneously via on air and online, with match results, multi-angle camera use, statistics & interviews.
With shows like Offspring, MasterChef & Bachelor strong on Twitter, TEN signs on for a new audience engagement tool.
Video: Torrid romance and personal demands appear to mark the fifth season of Downton.
Family and friends are hoping for good news, as Joan Rivers remains in an induced coma.
Ratings: The Block’s strong numbers compensated for the low numbers for Nine’s movie, while Dr. Who rises in primetime.
Readers endorse ABC, but tire of Reality TV at the expense of other genres and turn to content elsewhere.
Ambitious entrepreneurs and inventors will be dunked into TEN’s very own Shark Tank next year.
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The biggest issue concerning STV subscribers -and potential new customers- is the need for more flexible packages.
The seventh and final season of Sons of Anarchy, will air express from the US from next week.
Two best friends are mistakenly seen by friends as a lesbian couple, but one may have feelings for the other.
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!
Insight, hosted by Anton Enus, looks at how surrogacy arrangements in Australia are unfolding.
Tonight, the tiny island nation of Palau battles international fishing fleets pursuing tuna fish stocks.
Caitlin Stasey and Josh Schmidt make appearances this week in Please Like Me.
Dateline meets a young North Korean defector who is now a TV star in South Korea.
Big Brother Live evictions will take place on Tuesdays with nominations on Wednesdays.
Rove, Carrie and Pete look at a NZ horror mockumentary, Father’s Day and Legacy Week.
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.