Australian production companies Eureka and Northern Pictures have been nominated in the US-based 2024 Critics Choice Real TV Awards. Both will go head to head in the Best Relationship Show category.
2024 adventure series Orlando Bloom: To the Edge will screen on 7Bravio in early June. This is a 3 part series produced for Peacock in which Orlando Bloom trains in extreme sports. In the first he ...
A $530,000 grant over two years to support First Nations training and career pathways was announced last Friday by the Minister for the Arts Tony Burke, at the Australian Film Television and Radio ...
Prequel series Walker: Independence, featuring Katherine McNamara and Justin Johnson Cortez, was also axed by The CW after just one season.
Later Tony Armstrong’s Extra-Ordinary Thing s debuted to 498,000 then The Cheap Seats (492,000), The Marlow Murder Club (388,000) and Clarkson’s Farm (349,000). Seven News topped viewing at 1.41m with ...
Fiona Harvey set to commence legal action over the "dishonest and false picture of me, painted in Baby Reindeer." ...
Nine has declined to comment on gathering headlines this week surrounding the departure of Nine News boss Darren Wick in March. The Australian, Daily Telegraph and SKY News this week reported the news ...
Top names from industry are getting behind the newly-launched non-for-profit group to help shape careers of the future.
Two new FAST channels have been added to Fetch TV in a deal with Blue Ant Media: animal channel Love Pets and property channel Homeful.
Casting has opened for Australian contestants for game show The Floor, a Dutch format produced by Eureka. Eureka produces a US version for FOX, hosted by Rob Lowe, which films in Ireland.
Guillaume Brahimi returns to SBS for a five part series showcasing the landscape and produce of the west coast of France.
The series sees retired archaeologist Judith Potts (Samantha Bond), Vicar’s wife, Becks Starling (Cara Horgan), and dog-walker, Suzie Harris (Jo Martin) are called back into action for new crimes in ...