The creator of Downton Abbey sure knows how to save a popular, long-running soap from jumping the shark.
For anyone still missing Broadchurch, new Saturday drama What Remains is more than adequate solace.
Everyone has their safe haven television shows, which bring comfort and joy to a jaded evening's viewing...
Future generations may laugh at the idea of shows in which people threw tantrums over the grilling of a lamb chop.
Writer of The Brokenwood Mysteries Tim Balme explains why we all like a bloody good murder.
Coverband, TVNZ's new show about a rock band, fails to break out and cover new ground.
By Any Means, on Tuesdays, is a bunkum throwback to the likes of The Avengers and The Saint.
It's worth staying up late to watch courtroom drama The Good Wife.
Bay of Plenty-based Detective Sergeant Rob Lemoto is the new host of Police Ten 7.
In the self-aggrandising world of TV current affairs, Native Affairs and Mihi Forbes stand out for listening.
PREVIEW: Who can be bothered with sci-fi thriller Extant (Prime, 8.30pm, Thursday) any more?
The Fabulous Fashionsitas tribute to amazing elderly female geriatrics was inspirational.
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.
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