This weekend, nearly every Australian network is covering the royal wedding.
Television became obsessed with bad guys, but it also added to the mix iconic Aussie entertainers.
• Making all of this new series available for streaming from Sunday is a smart move from Foxtel
• Australian broadcasters seem to be playing it safe, remaking mainly familiar titles
Welcome back, Roseanne – I don’t agree with your voting choices, but your sitcom choices are sublime.
• If you could only watch 10 channels what would they be?
• It doesn’t matter if everything ain’t original because Netflix is in a class of its own
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'TV has changed a lot since Frontline but tabloid TV is still strong.'
'You would think this multicultural, multi-sexual show would be brilliant, but...'
'What a joy it is to finally see these two in leading roles'
'So many 'reality' shows have manipulative producers plotting faux dramas'
Orange is the New Black final season dropping July 26
Mercado on TV: Foxtel’s gothic masterpiece that will leave you gasping
TV Guide: Australian Diamonds World Cup semi-final on 9G0! & 9Now
SBS expands its cycling coverage with A.S.O.
Lights Out with David Spade coming to Foxtel July 30
Jungle Entertainment Opens Film Division