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Seven is back in the home grown format game with two new shows as its long running love affair with talent shows runs out of steam.
Newtons Law has found an audience but we wish it was larger. Gogglebox continues to do well for Ten, along with the night's sole squirm show, I'm a Celebrity.
A week which confirms the gloss has gone of MKR. I'm a Celebrity has a new lease of life, and audiences love the squirms of marriage gone wrong, even if the network caused it.
Australian Writers' Guild supports new series, showcases five more in drive for writer-driven quality.
Josie Mason-Campbell fills six month hole as new ABC Head of Unscripted Production, responsible directly to the Head of Television.
Richard Finlayson, three years into the challenging job of running ABC TV, will leave in March.
Nine daughters, one mum, five grandkids, and big dreams adds up to NITV's largest ob-doc series to celebrate its tenth anniversary.
Big Bash cricket dominates the week, gives Ten the sweet smell of success. But just for a moment.
Working in multiple roles – for instance as a writer/actor/director/producer – is increasingly common but the multiple satisfactions come with equivalent challenges.
These schedules are a boon for the SVOD and OTT services. And SBS, which now has all of Midnight Sun on broadband for free.
Revelations this week about the filming of The Last Tango in Paris raise broader issues for the ethics of hoodwinking actors to force them to 'feel not act'.
A book, film, or painting may be just the prescription you need to overcome anxiety, grief, depression, lethargy or ordinary unhappiness.
If a casting director needs to cast an able-bodied actor to play a disabled character much of the blame lies with drama schools.
Thursday night has all the stability of a grave. No-one in a network can be proud of this stuff.
The ABC launched a new series of Would I Lie to You for 438,000 early evening viewers, compared to 538,000 for The Hard Quiz on Wednesday. We've had enough of lies?
ScreenHub probes a small ratings mystery as interest in SBS explodes in a single night. And discovers a historic moment for NITV.
Sydney outfit CJZ has recruited Ten's Claire Tonkin to run its drama development process.
The cricket seizes the season, in prime time. Nine at 33.2%.
Cultural triumph or cough medicine? Children's TV is in the best and maybe the worst of times.
TV lives! Advertisers who leave are nuts! Producers' conference opens with fighting words.
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