TV & Radio
Judy Sheindlin is the highest-paid person on TV and only works 52 days a year. And now we have her through to 2020.
The Blacklist’s Dembe Zuma is a man of few words and one of great mystery. Actor Hisham Tawfiq sheds some light.
Game of Thrones fans have had their first glimpse of Kiwi actress Keisha Castle-Hughes in her new role.
Last night's episode of the X Factor was a rollercoaster ride of ridicule and rejection which ultimately leaves a bad taste.
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 doughnut-eating doh-machine that is Homer Simpson may be a bit smarter than we all thought.
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.
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.
The X Factor NZ has delivered its lowest ratings to date in the face of last week's controversy involving a manslaughter-convicted contestant.
E! has confirmed Kelly Osbourne is leaving their hit show, Fashion Police. But who will replace her?
Last night's episode of the X Factor raised too many questions, produced too many tears and made a wrong decision.
Kris Jenner played “major hardball” to negotiate the Kardashians’ new mega contract with E!, it has been claimed.
This Doctor lite audio story is a bit too ordinary at first, but things get interesting in the second half.
X Factor has apologised for upsetting the family of a manslaughter victim by featuring one of his killers.
Psychologist Nigel Latta says he is just as flawed as anyone else, and there are things even he wishes he'd never said.
Usually eating a lot of noodles is a sure sign your acting career isn't going well.
Show creator Simon Cowell adds to pressure on TV3 by questioning its judgment on contestant with manslaughter conviction.
Resident property experts Sara Hartigan and Eva Nash (above) have been there and done that when it comes to what the Our First Home families are going through.
Actor Diego Klattenhoff cannot believe his lucky streak - working on Homeland and then following that up with another hit series in The Blacklist.
She's played everyone from Catherine Middleton to Lara Croft, but British actress Camilla Luddington is best known for her role in Grey's Anatomy.
If the science community is looking for a high-profile flag-bearer for more funding, it has found one in Nigel Latta, but he's On Thin Ice with that crusade.
Will & Grace actress Debra Messing returns as NYPD homicide detective who cracks case after case while raising unruly twin boys.
Although Jodie Whittaker revels in her Broadchurch role as the grief-stricken mother of a murdered boy, there are elements of her character which she doesn't like.