TV & Radio
Simon Dallow and Wendy Petrie on the challenge of keeping young people watching in the age of social media.
No nudity, no dragons. It's just the powerful family drama that's captivating audiences.
No more Mrs Nice Nadia as the couples inch closer to renewing their vows on Married at First Sight Australia.
Former leader of Australia's Labor Party dismissed as TV commentator after calling a teenager "gay".
It's all in the eyebags and ears says Melissa McCarthy.
Baldwin also reveals his "irresistible" feelings for a Will and Grace star.
OPINION: There's so much swimming on The Bachelor NZ I can draw only one conclusion: They're testing for witches.
There's a "radgie rampage" coming to Geordie Shore says Aaron Chalmers. Points for guessing what that means.
Neil deGrasse Tyson will talk aliens, space exploration and artificial intelligence.
In an appropriately dramatic stage exit, Abby Lee Miller has accused the show's producers of using and manipulating her.
Today marked the seventh week of the eight week nightmare that is Married at First Sight Australia.
Has My Kitchen Rules' Josh and his potty mouth gone too far this time?
Contestants dumped in the wilderness or chased by wolves. Where does reality TV find its limits?
Things always seem to happen to TV's Matt McLean. Maybe it's an unlucky streak?
Taylar Saunders gave up her brother's wedding for a chance to woo the Bachelor. She shouldn't have.
Wendy Palmer did not give her reasons for leaving the company after 12 years, in a company-issued statement.
The next season of Feud will focus on the royal's tempestuous relationship with Prince Charles.
OPINION: There aren't enough stories of national significance in the provinces. So why is the national broadcaster focusing there?
Long suffering Bach-watcher Steve Kilgallon watched the dates, disasters and romance - here's what he thought.
Justin Hires says his character Wilt is the comedy to his friend MacGyver's action.
Ball dresses, product placement and ridiculous excursions. Just another day at the Bachelor mansion.
Two Bachelorettes have stolen Zac Franich's thunder, sharing season three's first intimate moment before anyone else.
The broadcasters claim they have two job offers but refuse to say where the offers come from.
Jeff Latch leaves the broadcaster ahead of job cuts after 23 years at TVNZ.
Well, it's more of a light toasting really, as the controversial chef is given a chance to "share the truth" on TV.
REVIEW: The new TV series that's so utterly terrifying you won't be able to stop watching.
Kiwi film producer Nigel Hutchinson is remembered as "a natural born film-maker who also had real enthusiasm".
The three years between Mariana Morrison and The Bachelor made leaving the mansion less of a challenge.
Weatherman was left with gash in his head after appearing on children's television.
Bloody oath, it is week two of The Bachelor and I'm excited to hear what crackers Lily breaks out with next.