TV & Radio
REVIEW: What does Who Do You Think You Are think it is anymore?
Actor caught over drink-drive limit, just after his return from a rehab clinic in Thailand.
“A magnificent seven sent from motoring heaven" will front the show - but who are the newcomers?
Polly Gillespie's new mystery man has given her quite the Valentines Day gift.
From Cape Feare to Mr Plow - the best of The Simpsons
Dear Sunrise, we know you're a wacky, early morning breakfast show, but please, seek help.
Depp's role of a lifetime was Hollywood's best kept secret until now.
Pukeko Pictures' remake of cult TV show to be screened on demand on Amazon.
Bernadine Oliver-Kerby has not returned to TVNZ's weekend news bulletin this year.
Childhood End's big reveal ruins what came before
The former colleagues are all about the smooches as John Campbell celebrates his birthday.
The Martian DVD up for grabs!
George Mason has gone from nanny to a Home and Away star and the future looks bright enough.
"If you loved me, you'll go 'I'm so disappointed, she's a mess'," says personal training power-house Jillian Michaels.
The first full trailer for the hotly anticipated new series on Netflix has dropped.
The legendary singer's latest project - HBO's new series, Vinyl - is a stroll down memory lane for him.
In the re-examined case of a teenager convicted of killing his girlfriend, one of the witnesses is a podcast with 80m listeners.
REVIEW: Hormones, plus artificial stimulants, plus magic - The Magicians isn't exactly Harry Potter
Australians prove underwhelmed by family's appearance on I'm A Celebrity.
It's full circle for Bryan Fuller as the former Star Trek writer is named the new showrunner of the TV revival.
An intern at The Edge was thrown into the deep-end during a painfully awkward phone interview with James Bay.
Paul Henry and his daughter had a frank on-air discussion about sending naked photos via text.
Former Shortland Street alum Kimberly Crossman stars in a brand new E! Online web series.
You think boy racers are bad? Check this guy out...
Mattias Inwood is kicking it old school - really old school - as William Shakespeare's mate in a new show airing in the US.
Matt LeBlanc, Joey from Friends, suffered after the career void after the show ended.
When did the Super Bowl become something New Zealand cares about?
Is Netflix's latest the most bizarre comedy in TV history?
REVIEW: British drama - the home of homely leading men
The stars were quick to share their thoughts on the Super Bowl 50 half-time show.