On the day of John Campbell's last show on TV3 we take a trip back through time.
For the first time in nearly eight years, Lindsay Lohan is not on probation. Here's a look at the numbers behind Lindsay Lohan's court saga.
BBC comes under fire for a new show making poor people compete for a cash prize, but the network insists it's just a "social experiment".
Lena Dunham says she doesn't bother covering up for sex scenes on her show, Girls, any more because it's just not practical.
J.K. Rowling has conjured a magical takedown of the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church over the fabled marriage of Gandalf and Dumbledore.
To mark NZ Music Month, Wellington-based indie-pop band Towers will cover well-known Kiwi songs.
REVIEW: Forget Dwayne Johnson, the Fault is our star in San Andreas.
Step aside, Barbie. There's a whole new kind of female action figure about to hit the market, and she's funny too.
Dwayne Johnson takes on mother nature and George Clooney heads to Tomorrowland.
Why Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen on Game of Thrones turned down the lead in Fifty Shades of Grey.
FWIW, new words have been added to the dictionary.
Do you watch something that may have been obtained unethically, or even illegally?
The cast of New Zealand's most expensive television series has been announced.
As far as Beyonce memes go - and there are quite a few - this could be the best yet.
Bruce Jenner has had sex reassignment surgery, according to reports.
Watch the premiere of Dancing with the Stars on Sunday to be in to win a dancing lesson with professional dancer Jonny Williams.
Bono has said how U2 has "lost a family member" following the death of their tour manager Dennis Sheehan.
Despite not being on the best terms with Wellington's Jazz Police jazz is one of my great loves.
The country's Top 40 Music chart celebrates 40 years by honouring its smash hits.
REVIEW: Even if you loathe hip-hop and rap music, Empire is a powerhouse series which promises guest appearances by big stars such as Beyonce. Best show of the week.