Big wave surfer Ross Clarke-Jones said a sad farewell to his Survivor family tonight after a shock accident during a challenge ended his time on the island.
Fifteen-year-old singer, Olina Loau and 13-year-old warrior dancer, Sienna Osborne, are the first two acts through to the AUSTRALIA’S GOT TALENT Grand Final.
Based on a successful US format, Catfish Australia had promised to come to the aid of potential online-dating victims.
FitzSimons began his media career as a sports columnist for the The Sydney Morning Herald more than three decades ago.
Adam, Myf & Alan are back!
10 has promised viewers a full 50 weeks of entertainment programming in 2019. In discussions with TV Blackbox, the network has now confirmed an impressive slate of shows designed to win back audiences.
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
Critically-acclaimed series The Heights will return to the ABC in 2020 with filming beginning this month in Perth, WA. Produced by Matchbox Pictures and For Pete’s Sake Productions for ABC, The Heights, received major production investment from Screenwest and Screen Australia. NBCUniversal International Studios will distribute the series.
The AUSTRALIA’S GOT TALENT semi-finals are here with an incredible 30 acts competing for a place in the Grand Final.
Spend the peak of your week in front of the telly with one very familiar face (that’d be Rove), another familiar voice (Judith Lucy) and a few newbies (soon to be your new faves Alex Lee, Alex Jae and Justin Hamilton) who are all prepped to make you laugh and then some.
n the world of hi-tech business there’s nothing make believe about a unicorn. It’s a term used to describe a privately held startup company that’s gained a value of more than one billion dollars. As Liz Hayes discovers, these days unicorns aren’t that rare.
This Monday night – Q&A hosts an important discussion on Voice, Treaty, Truth, and the constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians.
Sunday Night’s Matt Doran investigates whether there could be a scientific reason for this puzzling phenomenon. Is there something deep in our DNA that solves the mystery?
On Monday Four Corners investigates Australia’s apartment building crisis, from shoddy workmanship to lax laws, leaving owners out of pocket and in some cases out of a home altogether.
This episode also raises serious questions about the involvement of Australian authorities in Yoshe Taylor’s case. Now back in Australia and reunited with her two children, Ms. Taylor is speaking exclusively to Australian Story about her ordeal and the perils of trusting people online.
The wait is over! Our favourite couch critics return to their lounges and our screens to kick off the 10th series of Gogglebox Australia tonight at 7.30pm on Lifestyle, and tomorrow at 8.30pm on 10.
The last round of AGT auditions is here and Nicole is still to award her Golden Buzzer.
In Motherland, Europe correspondent Samantha Hawley goes behind the slick surrogacy websites and glossy brochures to expose the industry’s dark underbelly.
The riotous new comedy series The Righteous Gemstones, which centres around a celebrity televangelist family behind a popular megachurch that is also a major money-making enterprise.