The NRL again proved to be resilient in the face of special events coverage, with its ratings within the same ballpark as last year and in 2017.
TV Blackbox has already revealed two names taking part in the upcoming series of the Channel 10 show but now our source in the South Pacific has sent through a comprehensive list.
Foxtel has confirmed it will axe three dedicated football channels as the pay-tv provider continues to scale back its investment in programming.
Victorian brothers Tim & Mat finished on top of the leader board after the judges’ and homeowners’ scores BUT were pipped at the post when Shayn & Carly received their five bonus points from the early reveal challenge.
The news comes after reports by TV Blackbox about Slater’s ‘erratic’ behaviour.
We’re back AGAIN with a whole new series of conversation and opinion about the Australian TV industry
There will be many who will feel ‘cheated’ by the ending and there’s bound to be some level of disappointment - let’s face it, we can’t all get our way
Best selling true crime author Amanda Howard brings her unique perspective to review Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile
Chris Lilley delivers six new characters and a new series of his divisive comedy to Netflix and sadly he’s missed the mark (again)
Rove is back doing what we remember him doing best
In this special episode of Australian Story, we revisit the story of Andrew Mallard and talk to the friends who stood by him until his untimely death last month.
To mark the start of National Reconciliation Week, a special season of NITV’s The Point will investigate the current state of Indigenous affairs, calling everyone to be part to be a part of the conversation in the lead up to NAIDOC Week.
SUITS’ ninth and final season, returns to Universal TV on Thursday, July 18 at 8.30pm with a 10-episode finale. Get ready to Suit Up one last time.
A fresh batch of intrepid comedians are back on Monday to dissect the details around the news headlines of the week with Quizmaster Tom Gleisner.
Last year’s moving and brutally honest Pilot Week show, TABOO, gave us permission to laugh with people that we shouldn’t be laughing at - and due to popular demand, it’s back.
Do you suffer from Monday-itis? Well never fear because Troy Kinne is here to make you laugh so hard you’ll forget Monday ever happened.
It’s “bring your boomer to work day”, a veritable baby-boomer boom as our team captains are joined by three stars of stage and screen for a TAYG tag team.
Ralph and Kathy Kelly lost their teenage sons, Thomas and Stuart, in devastating circumstances. In 2012, Thomas was killed in a random one-punch attack in Kings Cross. Three and a half years later, Stuart took his own life. Both boys were 18.
Tonight, Four Corners brings you the inside story of how the battle for Warringah was lost and won.
Charles Wooley knew him for close to 50 years and looks back on Hawke’s brilliant career, which after politics even included a stint as a globetrotting 60 MINUTES reporter.
Australian Story celebrates the extraordinary life and career of Bob Hawke, Australia’s most popular prime minister, who died last week aged 89.
On Monday night Q&A dissects the Federal Election result. Will we see a new Labor Government and PM, or, despite the odds, a return of Scott Morrison and the Coalition?
Reality shows are enormously popular but it’s what happens behind the scenes of these social experiments that will shock you. As Sunday Night reporter Angela Cox reveals there’s a dark and very dangerous side to the genre’s relentless drive for controversy and ratings.