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From the ABC's Wakefield and The Newsreader to Stan's Bump and Eden, Foxtel's The End, SBS's New Gold Mountain and Nine's Doctor dramas, there's lots to watch and look forward to.
She's interviewed everyone from the Dalai Lama to Kevin Rudd, but Karla Grant says unearthing the stories that matter to Indigenous Australians is what keeps her hungry.
This week: post-Covid analysis from HBO, Netflix, and the games industry, Screenwest's new CEO announced, and the war for fair screen funding continues after a major battle is won.
A drama where everybody hurts, Wakefield’s equal opportunity compassion holds it all together.
Former regular Sharon Johal has spoken out about her own experiences of racism on-set, expressing hope that this outpouring will be a 'transformative moment' for the long-running soap.
Malla Nunn's novel 'A Beautiful Place to Die' is being adapted for the small screen with South African broadcaster M-Net also on board.
Drawing on her own mental health struggles, the award-winning Australian TV writer talks about creating characters who are more than their diagnoses.
Stan is whetting our appetites for a new Originals drama shot during the pandemic in the booming beachy Northern Rivers region.
Catch up with our fortnightly round-up of news, views, announcements and reviews from the world of Australian film, TV and games.
Fuzzy, comfy and cosy, Josh Thomas's US series is more about mood than story or character development and that's alright, says Anthony Morris.
ABC has announced that Namila Benson will host a new arts program, Art Works, kicking off in May, but the news is plagued with questions around the rebrand.
Vanessa Alexander is now in demand as a Newcastle-based international television writer. This is her story, from Power Rangers to Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi
Actors Shareena Clanton and Meyne Wyatt have alleged they experienced and witnessed racism, sexism and homophobia while working on the set of Neighbours.
Parent Up will be a ten-part children's show, following a Sydney-based Korean family who happen to be international spies.
Corrupted paradise Byron Bay will host an influencer-fest Netflix docu-soap called Byron Baes. The town is already divided.
Kids' series First Day continues to hook international TV networks, with NHK joining Taiwanese MOMOKIDS in the Asian market.
A relationship drama plays out with a touch of mystery in the new SBS shortform series set on the wild west coast of Tasmania, says Raveena Grover.
A new crew and facilities database goes live, as well as a locations gallery for filmmakers wanting to work in the Island state, but no word on sector funding as State election looms.
Despite sounding like nutty treats, this term relates to the measurement of SVOD audiences. Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins explains how they help you to pitch and sell your show.
With a 200-episode order, The Cook Up with Adam Liaw is the biggest SBS Original to date.
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