TV & Radio
The season 6 finale's barely over and already Jon Snow's true identity has been revealed.
How much do you really remember from the Game of Thrones finale?
Hilary's gone and Ingrid is there. So how's it all going on the Paul Henry show?
Apple's personal assistant Siri appears to be a Game of Thrones fan.
TV show depicting religion in brutal way renewed for second season.
After more than 10,000 signed a petition against the show, TVNZ pulled it from schedules.
As BBC's Top Gear struggles to find its footing, is anyone even watching the US version?
TVNZ presenter Rawdon Christie coins term 'splitgate' over a wee fashion issue on set.
What better way to celebrate shark week than heading underwater?
Bottle of Bolly in hand, Mike Hosking channels his inner Sweetie Darling.
For one Hollywood star, New Zealand will always be associated with Point Break
2degrees not yet backing away from concerns over mega-merger.
Kerry-Lee Dewing talks about her character's day in court.
As a new season of Street Hospital arrives, The TV Guide's Keith Sharp spends a morning with the Wellington Free Ambulance service and ends up full of admiration for their work.
You'll be on the telly, but you'll only get minimum wage - a "very low'' rate says builders' boss.
Opinion: Replacing a unique mix of programming with wall-to-wall reality TV is akin to last year's decision to put Come Dine With Me in Campbell Live's spot
Your chance to win Steve Jobs DVDs, A Place To Call Home season three DVDs, and Westside prize packs.
Documentary series "60 Days In" is both compelling and troubling.
Wanting to direct films has become "I want to produce" television.
They're young rock stars in the making.
Dai Henwood hits a century on the family friendly quiz show.
How would you fare on the popular television quiz show? Take our quiz to find out.
Jono and Ben spend more time together than with their own families, but it's not all gags, they take their job seriously.
Where did those luxury-loving Real Housewives of Auckland go for their tropical vacay? That well-known exotic playground of the ultra-rich... Australia.
Who will be next to die in pursuit of power? We take a look in order of most to least likely - Spoiler alert.
"I've got one of those odd brains that remembers useless facts ... I'd be able to rattle off sire and dam of a horse that raced 40 years ago."
Move over Kim Kardashian, Holly Madison and Chelsea Handler - the E! Channel now has a Kiwi star online
The Kardashian clan were not happy when they learned of brother Rob's engagement via the internet.
Watch: TVNZ's Sam and Rawdon gag while eating a dried centipede. Yeah, you read that right.
The BET Awards featured tributes to Prince and Muhammad Ali, performances by Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar. But it was the actor Jesse Williams who commanded the spotlight.