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What's Warwick up to next with AMC? How good are the latest local TV dramas? And why do Dota's elves have Australian accents? Read our quick bites for answers to all these questions and more.
From the Aunty Donna production house, Hug The Sun's brand of sketch comedy disguised as a fictional children’s program is hilarious, absurd, and sometimes uncomfortable.
The second season of this thoughtful dating show celebrates romance and neurodivergence, and it has completely stolen Jini Maxwell's heart.
Their latest show is 'The Unusual Suspects' on SBS, but Aquarius is a company with a broad slate. We talked to the dynamic duo about their philosophy, advice and key issues they're facing at this moment.
Shane Delia really knows what he likes doing, and television is just a means to an end.
It's the end of an era for the Fitzroy lawyer turned private investigator. A sharply scripted final series gives him a great wrap-up, says Anthony Morris.
While it starts off a bit stale, Eden's looping, iterative narrative structure helps to enrich its characters and themes, writes Mel Campbell.
Thornton and Brendan Fletcher team up again to have some fun on Firebite, a See-Saw co-production to premiere on AMC+ this year.
Even introverts can shine in their own ways. Challenge your fears and put yourself out there with these ideas from publicist Karen Eck.
This week in the news, the sector reels from the one-two punch of a botched media reform policy process, and a second Victorian lockdown. Plus, reviews for Resident Evil Village, The Unusual Suspects, Mare of Easttown and more.
The latest Ms Fisher franchise is crafted with care and style to spare. It's got a 60s sleuth you want to hang out with, says Anthony Morris.
Light-hearted but not lightweight, this near-perfect heist drama refuses to gloss over the realities of class and race for Filipina-Australians.
Adapted from popular teen books, the high end kids' drama is produced by Danielle MacLean, Monica O'Brien and Julia Morris.
Longtime SBS leader Ben Nguyen has announced he will be joining Nine Entertainment's Stan as Director of Programming.
Kate Winslet is brilliant in this grounded and intricate TV mystery, but lack of resolution is a big problem, says Grace Boschetti
Melbourne productions call out the Groundhog Gang to go back into lockdown, but the horror is muted by routine.
A new national initiative from SBS and NITV is seeking submissions from diverse and First Nations creatives to produce documentaries about contemporary Australia.
From the hotly anticipated Loki, to local delights like Head Above Water and The Dish, there's something for everyone coming to Australian streaming services this June.
Inspired by Natalie Miller, Sue Maslin says we need more women taking the leap into positions of financial and creative power in the screen industry.
The industry needs to get comfortable with having uncomfortable conversations around race, says young Chinese-Australian producer Annie Thiele, offering suggestions for positive change.
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