And Just Like That… the new chapter of the ground-breaking series Sex and the City, follows “Carrie” (Sarah Jessica Parker), “Miranda” (Cynthia Nixon) and “Charlotte” (Kristin Davis) as they navigate the journey from the complicated reality of life and friendship in their 30s to the even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their 50s.
DON’T LOOK UP tells the story of two low-level astronomers who must go on a giant media tour to warn mankind of an approaching comet that will destroy planet Earth.
Allison Tolman, Lana Parrilla and Nick Frost lead the second season of anthology series Why Women Kill
NSW actor Harrison Pearse first-ever Australian selected for prestigious Warner Bros. TV training program
Up and coming actor to watch Harrison Pearse, has been accepting into the coveted Warner Bros. Television’s Actors in Training Program for 2022.
The Buffalo Bills cling to their playoff hopes as they face the Super Bowl champion Tampa Buccaneers, whilst two big contenders in the NFC race, Los Angeles Rams and top seed Arizona Cardinals face off in Week 14 NFL action, live on ESPN.
The Deloitte Access Economics report revealed the ABC commissioned 433 screen productions from 2017 to 2020, delivering more than 2500 hours of Australian content to viewers.
It's the second AWGIE Award win for the SLR Productions' original series.
Eligible delegates can submit a one-page pitch for review by executives at both the ABC and SBS.
The new agreement will see both existing and new podcasting co-productions provided exclusively on LiSTNR.
“The Italians”, is a 11 part docuseries, which captures the remarkable stories of well-known Italian Australians on their journey to success.
Screen Producers Australia (SPA) today welcomed the release of Screen Australia's drama report for 2020-21, which showed a record spend of $1.9 billion total Australian expenditure of which $874 million was spent on Australian content.
Seven West Media is proud to announce the establishment of the David Leckie Seven Scholarship Program in memory of its former Chief Executive Officer, the late David Leckie.
Screen Australia’s 31st annual Drama Report released today shows a record-breaking level of expenditure on drama production in Australia in 2020/21 of $1.9 billion, made up of $874 million on Australian projects and $1.04 billion on foreign projects produced or post-produced in Australia.
Judges include Vice President of Editorial at PRX & Radiotopia, Julie Shapiro, Director and Producer, Kitty Green, and Sydney Film Festival Director, Nashen Moodley.
It's the latest feature documentary from National Geographic Documentary Films arriving on the streaming service.
The UEFA Champions League group stage is coming to a close with all the action from the final Matchday 6 to enjoy this week on Stan Sport.
EXCLUSIVE AIRDATE | New Year’s Day DOCTOR WHO special episode guest stars AISLING BEA and ADJANI SALMON
One of the Doctor's most feared nemeses will be back in this special episode titled 'Eve of the Daleks'.