A Texan police department has spoofed Matthew McConaughey and it is hilarious.
Netball team scraps "Tall girls, long legs, short skirts, lots of bounce" radio ad.
Opo the dolphin died in March 1956. NZ On Screen's footage of Opo shows a happy summer, playing with crowds of people.
Agent Carter’s Enver Gjokaj talks to James Croot about crutches, Marvel characters and cutting a rug in the 1940s.
The mirror-like surface on New Plymouth's multi million-dollar Len Lye Centre is being uncovered today.
In 1939 Theodor Geisl aka Dr Seuss set out to "draw the sexiest babes he could".
Seems Taylor Swift isn't giving any more credence to her purported feud with Katy Perry.
The biggest names in rock and metal music will be performing late into the night at Auckland's second Westfest festival, which kicks off today.
A Porirua science teacher has swapped radium for rap to impress his students, becoming an internet star in the process.
Singer Charmayne Maxwell has died in a freak accident after falling and cutting her neck on a wine glass.
The one character who can go toe-to-toe with Lady Mary's dour-faced shade-throwing and emerge victorious will depart Downton Abbey.
One of the Waikato's most accomplished musicians will play the best music by arguably the world's greatest composer.
Ballet breathes beauty and oxygen into our lives, says the new artistic director of Royal New Zealand Ballet.
Hozier has enlisted a queen to star in his latest music video.
With the arrival of video-on-demand service Netflix and the replacement of adult DVDs with online porn, is censorship dead?
Jared Leto's luscious locks are no more.
The doughnut-eating doh-machine that is Homer Simpson may be a bit smarter than we all thought.
Madonna's management have dropped a big hint that New Zealand could be included in her Rebel Heart tour.
I admire the pregnant women in In The Club, who, despite enough personal problems to keep Jeremy Kyle in shows for a decade, always find time to attend their ‘‘parent craft’’ classes.
Netflix will launch its New Zealand service on March 24, the company announced today.
The Auckland Arts Festival kicks off this Wednesday. Discover the shows you won't want to miss.
Film The Theory of Everything has been criticised by motor neuron disease patients for failing to show the reality of living with the terminal disease.
Willy and Mel swing the axe as they prune the groups and over 25s.
It's hard to imagine under what context Saturday Night Live's writers might have thought an Isis skit would be funny.
Felicity Huffman spent eight years playing Lynette Scarvo on Desperate Housewives but she’s happy to have spent only four months on her latest project.
But the state-owned broadcaster says it grabbed a bigger slice of a 'weak' TV ad market.
Pio Terei doesn't want to be a "Reo Nazi". He's not the language police. But man, when someone massacres a beautiful Maori word, it's like fingernails scraping down a blackboard.
Star Trek actor William Shatner forced to defend himself for skipping funeral of long-time friend and co-star Leonard Nimoy.
Rihanna is having some hot hook-ups with Leonardo DiCaprio, but he's not the only one in the hunt.
The X Factor NZ has delivered its lowest ratings to date in the face of last week's controversy involving a manslaughter-convicted contestant.