TV & Radio
In a world where forgiveness is a virtue, coach potato Mike Kilpatrick gives a few shows another chance to impress.
Nothing Trivial fans can enjoy an encore of Sex on a Stick after NZ On Air awarded $1.6 million for a one-off television feature.
Comedian Chelsea Handler has called out CNN host Piers Morgan on his show for not paying attention to her.
Malaysia's government-controlled media lashes out at Australia over allegations about a co-pilot missing with his plane.
CBS says it's renewing its hit comedy The Big Bang Theory for three more years.
Kristian Nairn, the actor who plays Hodor on Game of Thrones, has said he is gay in an interview with a fan site.
The two-tier system of television plus lack of good local content is threatening our next generation of film and television makers.
Show us you know your way around the Downton Abbey and be in to win one of five Downton Abbey: The London Season DVDs.
Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron has created a show that even JJ Abrams was wowed by.
Being an Indian-American woman in the comedy world is not without challenges.
Neighbours actor Kym Valentine is to return to Ramsay Street for a 20-year special.
Beloved cartoon character Peppa Pig has come under fire for teaching children mucky language.
Lisa Harrow reveals what drew her back to New Zealand to star on the small screen in new local dramedy Step-Dave.
Fran Scott is just like BBC show Factomania: Irreverent, cheeky and crammed full of facts.
Crocodile Hunter's friend tells how Irwin was fatally stabbed "hundreds of times" by a stingray.
Lena Dunham made her hotly anticipated SNL debut this weekend, and the verdict is in by the internet...
Kiwis wanting to keep up with the global streaming TV revolution are forced to be sneaky.
Does Uri Geller just bend spoons or is it the truth as well? Meet the world's most famous psychic.
The Kremlin seems to have a rebellion on its hands - if only from within its own TV network.
In a first trailer to Lindsay Lohan's reality TV show Oprah Winfrey issues some tough love.
When you think of potboilers and grand romances, TV One's vintage Country Calendar isn't what ordinarily comes to mind.
An anchorwoman on a Kremlin-funded TV network stands by her criticism of Russia's military incursion in Ukraine.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher will reunite on television.
It's not the violence in the Olympus Has Fallen trailer that has three media companies in trouble.
Kiwi actor David de Lautour will play All Black Stephen Donald in an upcoming TV drama about the the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
The embattled Toronto mayor laughs off Jimmy Kimmel's suggestion he get help for his drinking problem.
Mike Kilpatrick has watched many soap operas over the years - but his favourite is sure to raise some eyebrows.
An angry-looking Indonesian justice minister indicates he may revoke Schapelle Corby's parole.
REVIEW: Classic Doctor Who is often mocked for wobbly sets. But the BBC’s reconstruction of the London Underground was so good that London Transport complained to the broadcaster because it thought the crew had used real locations without permission.
The making of the film about Radio Hauraki was as much a labour of love as the station itself.
Make way Kate and William, there's only one royal couple as far as Kiwis are concerned.
Gotham hasn't even started shooting, but already it's got Couch Potato Mike Kilpatrick on the edge of his seat.
We now know Schapelle Corby's first words after her release from jail. And they're a little strange.
Adam Driver has been lined up to play the villain in the Star Wars: Episode VII.
Brian Edwards takes a swipe at Fair Go, the show he helped create more than 35 years ago.
Mercedes Corby is suing police following raids to find proof of a deal to pay her convicted drug-smuggler sister for an interview.
TVNZ apologises after learning some abusive messages that were read on air were made up.
Nicola Bryant is looking forward to catch up with fans in New Zealand.
Girls star bares her beige bloomers to promote new book.
Ten years after the final episode Clem Bastow ponders Sex and the City's legacy.
With another show making a comeback, Mike Kilpatrick wonders if TV is becoming too much like Hollywood.
Actor Michael Galvin talks us through Chris' previous "big days’".
Pauatahanui teen Stefania Owen rubs shoulders with the rich and famous while acting in The Carrie Diaries.
CNN decides to cull the prime-time talk show hosted by veteran British journalist Piers Morgan.
A media law expert and a veteran broadcaster will review TVNZ probe into Shane Taurima furore.
A Cincinnati traffic reporter has gained global attention for his dramatic on-air parody of a Disney movie song.
Maria von Trapp, the second-eldest daughter of the musical family The Sound of Music was based on, has died.
A star of the TV series Amish Mafia has been sentenced to prison after repeatedly driving with a suspended licence.
The pay TV market is getting crowded, with the entry of Coliseum and Telecom into Sky's hunting ground.
A relationship defined by Dr Who has strange parallels with my own domestic universe.