What a bore the first episode of The Block was as we howdy-doed the four chosen couples.
New Zealander who created BBC crime drama Luther has missed out on an Emmy today.
Someone at TV One should tell the Seven Sharp hosts to knock off the gag-level mutual admiration.
Campbell Live' did us a great service by interviewing the father whose dead son was starting-point for the Dirty Politics furore.
Criminal Minds is still pulling the audiences when it should, on paper, have been pensioned off.
After five seasons of playing Alexis Castle, actress Molly Quinn can’t imagine life without her.
Danielle Cormack, like many Kiwi actors, took a leap of faith to Australia. It's a gamble that's paid off.
Steven Soderbergh's conjuring of 1900 New York makes Martin's Scorsese's Gangs of New York look lurid and over the top.
Robert Sarkies has filmed the story of Louise Nicholas, the woman who said she was raped by police.
It's enough to make even Gens X and Y feel old: now it's the 90s being lampooned on television sitcom.
Pirates of the Airwaves has some great advantages, but it would have been better as a movie.
After a promising start, Under the Dome is now getting silly.
Before Judge John Deed, before Boston Legal and even before Perry Mason, there was Will Garrow, and he was real.
The final of SoHo's Line of Duty seemed designed to leave the view gasping.
The Erebus doco on TV One took a harrowing, but thoughtful look at the gruelling job of cleaning up the wreckage site.
OPINION: If only Gaylene Preston had spared us the thrush, racism, violence and ''disaster sex".
The same old faces pop up British comedy Pramface, which just isn't that good or that funny.
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor might as well have the subtitle, Trust Us, We're the BBC.
In its attempts not to offend, a series about the Canterbury earthquakes seems to let the truth get in the way of a good story.
JANE CLIFTON - Wellington
The return of Jonathan Creek easily outclassed the formulaic Death in Paradise.
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