TV & Radio
Radio host Mel Greig, famous for her involvement in an infamous royal prank call, has claimed she was indecently assaulted by a taxi driver.
Future of news anchors Eric Young and Charlotte Bellis is uncertain as MediaWorks takes over production of Prime News.
How has a Danish political drama captivated a nation and become the hottest show in Europe?
Demi Lovato wants a role in Scandal.
In this season of Girls, Hannah and friends are each chasing their own goals and dreams.
The Downton Abbey Christmas special promises good cheer … and romance.
Former Shortland Street star Ido Drent talks about his role in Offspring and his plan to find work in America.
A popular Game of Thrones fan theory regarding the identity of the character Coldhands has been debunked. Spoiler alert!
The Trouble With Murder goes inside NZ's criminal justice system, aiming to give a better understanding of how sentencing for murder works.
Not sure what's good on TV? The TV Guide has rounded up the five best shows this week.
Television is no stranger to scraping the bottom of the barrel. And then, along comes The Royals.
A Nelson actor took matters into her own hands to create a sitcom pilot, using local people, local places and helped by local generosity.
Soap operas aren't known for being very realistic, but for British series Coronation Street casting a 25-year-old to play a 14-year-old was one step too far.
This week we remember Prince Tui Teka, Ian Morris and Ewen Gilmour, while Auckland turns 175.
Anne Kirkbride, who played Deirdre Barlow on Coronation Street for 44 years, has died.
Maybe now FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully will have the chance to get to the bottom of the spooky, supernatural events plaguing the US.
Siege survivors are reportedly being paid about $1.6 million combined in deals by Australian rival networks Seven and Nine.
The Edge radio host Mike Puru has been announced as the host of the upcoming series The Bachelor New Zealand.
A biopic on iconic vocalist Whitney Houston had aired in the US, and rave reviews were hard to come by.
We salute our best-loved and most intriguing invisible stars of television.
The new season of Game of Thrones hits screens in April with fights to the death and even more skin on display promises Kiwi star Keisha Castle-Hughes.
Season four of Girls is here and Lena Dunham says we will finally see signs the girls are maturing.
Sorry ladies - the hunky "headless horseman" on the teaser ads for upcoming TV show The Bachelor NZ has already been rounded up!
A third outing is planned for Sharknado, with Ian Ziering and Tara Reid to reprise their roles.
Gillian Anderson has kicked off a drive to bring back spooky sci-fi series The X-Files.
Thunderbirds Are Go has released the first picture of International Rescue's new look Tracy brothers.
Instead of asking Breakfast crew how their 2014 went, thought we’d give you a glimpse of Breakfast banter behind the scenes.
What does Guy Williams have in common with Pope Francis, Kim Kardashian and John Key?
Action man Bear Grylls is concerned that masculinity is in crisis. "In the old days, you had your bow and arrow. Now? Everyone's just Tweeting and Facebooking."
Ellen DeGeneres has lambasted an article written by a Christian pastor who accused the comedian of pushing a gay agenda on her television show.