TV & Radio
REVIEW: A mix of drama and dance, triumph and tragedy, it will take a hard-of-heart audience member not to be swept up by the story.
It's refreshing when you find a series where the Catholic Church sorts out Lucifer. Far too often Lucifer wins.
REVIEW: Gary Oldman is fabulous as Hollywood's court jester who helped Orson Welles raise Kane, while the political drama feels just as relevant now.
A doco series promises animals after dark like you've never seen them before, while a new drama brings to life the short stories of Anaïs Nin.
REVIEW: Strong female characters, deceptive depth and a wicked sense of humour add up to something that's perfect for summer evening binge-watching.
Glenis Philip-Barbara cried when she learned of Stuff's apology for racist and one-sided coverage of Māori.
The Game of Thrones prequel goes into production in 2021, but HBO just gave fans an epic sneak peek.
When the cameras roll, the stars of Educators never really know what's about to come out of their mouths.
The Seven Sharp host will stand in for Laura McGoldrick at The Hits.
A new critically acclaimed drama drops today, while one of the most heartwrenching documentaries of the year is well worth checking out.
Hugh Grant and Nicole Kidman team up for one of the best whodunnits of 2020, while a Pasifika sketch comedy is well worth checking out.
There's something perfect for that monarchy shaped hole in your life, as well as searing new drama and classic laughs.
Amy Winehouse, Dolly Parton and Beyonce are among the artists featured on the streaming service.
A new family holiday feature and a classic one, celebrities singing, a man and a shark - and Mulan is finally here.
An unexpected radio station - filled with local hosts most of us wouldn't recognise - has climbed to the top of the radio ratings.
Seven Kiwis have been named in the ensemble cast, understood to be led by Game of Thrones' Robert Aramayo.
REVIEW: Two years before Juno, Hard Candy saw the actor deliver a potent combination of childlike enthusiasm, cool intellect and callous youth.
Priya and her flying tiger stress the importance of essential workers, wearing masks - as well as combating misinformation about coronavirus.
TV Guide deputy editor Chris Bush and his wife were unexpectedly involved in a scene on Coronation Street.
A new series of Heritage Rescue focuses on making New Zealand’s 600 museums more appealing to the social media generation
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Rose West And Myra Hindley: The Untold Story reveals how the two murderers struck up a friendship behind bars.
The TVNZ presenter is hosting an annual event which showcases the amazing things disabled people achieve.
As the face of TVNZ's America's Cup coverage, Toni Street is reunited with her "first love" - presenting live sport.
Shortland Street's Rebekah Palmer reveals the year ends well for her character Dawn.
REVIEW: Impressive looking, it features one of Leonardo Di Caprio's finest performances, however it's Cate Blanchett who steals the show.
Italian TV show Detto Fatto has been cancelled after airing a segment instructing women on how to look sexy while shopping.
Have eyeballs ever been so central to a standout performance? Can they win awards? Because Kidman's are doing the work.
Diana Prince is back, The Witches are rebooted, George Clooney returns to the limelight and Liverpool FC and Audrey Hepburn get the doco treatment.
Residents of a small town thrust into the limelight in Three's new documentary series have mixed feelings about how their home has been portrayed.