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Presented by Pamela Rabe, WENTWORTH UNLOCKED celebrates the critically acclaimed Australian drama, featuring interviews recorded with cast and creatives during the making of Wentworth’s final season.
With unrivalled access to Kensington Palace and its impressive grounds in the heart of London, this series discovers how a dedicated team of curators, conservators, gardeners and restorers keep every element of this extraordinary building in perfect order, from the grand and intimate royal rooms to behind the scenes secrets.
TV Blackbox understands Foxtel decided on Tuesday not to sign a broadcast deal for the tour due to the high asking price being demanded by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).
Lock the (cell) door as the concluding season of the award-winning Wentworth begins next month, guaranteed to get fans talking. You’ll also find returning superheroes, the final outing for another iconic series, an early festive treat, some gripping true crime, a reality competition that will make us all dance experts and much, much more!
The Foxtel Group and Amazon Prime Video have today confirmed an agreement to integrate the Prime Video app into Foxtel set-tops by the end of 2021.
Popular documentary series Ancient Engineering returns tonight for a brand new season on Foxtel's History channel.
Popular lifestyle series Homes under the Hammer returns with a brand new season on Monday.
The extended sneak peek of Wentworth The Final Sentence has been released ahead of the hotly anticipated worldwide premiere this August.
The Foxtel Group today announced a new, ground breaking three-year agreement with the National Basketball League and ESPN that will see every game of the NBL season and finals live on ESPN broadcast on Foxtel and streamed on Kayo.
Led by Emmy Award-winning journalist Paula Zahn, ON THE CASE features in-depth interviews and original reporting that go beyond the headlines in search of fascinating mysteries from within America's justice system.
The global hit series’ final, expanded season will kick off with eight new episodes, the first of a massive 24-episode story arc that will bring the show’s decade-long successful run to conclusion.
The Foxtel Group today announced the appointment of Conor Woods to the newly created role as Head of Pay Per View to lead the continued growth in Main Event audiences.
Australia's number 1 breakfast show will look a little different after the Olympics.
In Morpeth, NSW, Sarah-Jane and Luke are creating a sprawling country garden but with a tight budget they’ll have to do most of the hard work themselves, despite having limited horticultural knowledge.
While the country was embroiled in a divisive election with racial tensions flaring, Civil Rights activist and trailblazing performer Harry Belafonte guest hosted The Tonight Show for one week in 1968.