TV & Radio
A beloved animated series gets the live-action treatment, while a glossy medical soap is back for another season.
REVIEW: This is an intriguing, if ultimately not-that-innovative, cross between Shallow Grave and the home invasion horrors of The Strangers.
REVIEW: “When people look back on this series, I think they all in unison will say, that was where a grown man tried to fill an egg with helium.”
REVIEW: The BBC takes a deep-dive into the history and legacy of raving, while Meghan and Harry review the annus horribilis that was the past year.
REVIEW: While a look at near-death experiences is fascinating, the focus on mediums is just another sad parade of the shameless leading the guileless.
REVIEW: Schmaltzy and yet filled with salty language, it appears obsessed with bodily fluids and insubordination.
Ethan Hawke steals the show in an irreverent, inspired-by-history tale, while a new Israeli psychological thriller will be easy to get lost in.
REVIEW: This is a fascinating look at a phenomenal sportsman who struggled to deal with the pressures of fame and succumbed to its temptations.
The creators are yet to announce development on the series officially, but sources say that HBO is eager to produce another Game of Thrones series.
Dave Franco directs a new horror, while Jim Carrey delivers one of the best-ever performances in The Truman Show.
Ethan Hawke plays a deeply religious, mildly murderous social justice warrior, while there's a crop of movies from the past year making their debut.
US dramas Legacies and All American are back for new seasons, while Wasted and 8 Out of 10 Cats offer plenty of laughs.
Trial By Media delivers lurid and troubling detail in a smart, resolutely non-sensationalist way, while Spotlight fully deserved its Oscars glory.
Including an unfairly forgotten animated film, a sumptuous wildlife documentary and bite-sized Pixar treats.
The latest gossip from Lady Whistledown has arrived and it bears some "delightful" news for fan's of Netflix's popular new series.
Step back in time with two musical acts from a bygone era, go on a gruelling adventure in the New Zealand bush, and take a walk through history.
This raunchy drama set in the financial world is raising eyebrows - and heart-rates.
REVIEW: It's Stealth-meets-Training Day, as Anthony Mackie tries to single-handedly save a predictable tale filled with old action movie tropes.
Inside the stretch limo where 'Tiger King' star Joe Exotic's team waited for a pardon that never came.
Wednesday marked the 15th anniversary of High School Musical, which means the time is now or never to revisit our favourite showtunes from the TV movie that started it all.
An attorney for the actor pleaded not guilty on his behalf Wednesday to the rapes of three women in the early 2000s.
OPINION:The cable news network that fuelled Trump's rise to power faces an ugly dilemma of its own making: continue to feed the monster it helped create or be destroyed by the monster's wrath.
Actor Matthew Walker, who plays Ferndale's Dr Karl Vanderbeck, is delighted to be provoking discussion about men's mental health.
'There are a couple of love stories,' says The Bachlorette New Zealand host.
The 1947 drama Black Narcissus, about nuns setting up a convent in the Himalayas, has been remade as a mini-series.
James Roque and his friends Pax Assadi and Jamaine Ross take a tour of small-town New Zealand for the reality comedy series Frickin Dangerous Bro...On The Road.
Think you know your movie modes of transportation? Test your vehicular knowledge in our entertainment quiz.
Fans of The Chase will have noticed a new addition to the team. On screen and off, new Chaser Darragh Ennis is proving a menace at mind games.
Nicky Styris went to the world champs for her chosen sport.
“I’ve always been drawn to people who seem to have very fervent convictions and beliefs,” says Louis Theroux as he revisits some extremist groups.