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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.
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.
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.
Kate Winslet is brilliant in this grounded and intricate TV mystery, but lack of resolution is a big problem, says Grace Boschetti
Created by Kiwi-Asian comedians and executive produced by Tony Ayres, this speculative comedy pokes a cattle prod at liberal-feminist sanctimony, says Mel Campbell.
The House of Mouse takes over ACMI so we sent cartoonist Andrew Weldon along to see how it captures the imaginations of young and not-so-young.
Peter Helliar's family sitcom is unashamedly mainstream, a rare stayer with solid comedy cast and cozy, reliable characters.
Writer Glen Dolman and director Luke Eve use the structure of a Manic Pixie Dream Girl rom-com to tell a story of mental illness, with mixed results, says Mel Campbell.
A drama where everybody hurts, Wakefield’s equal opportunity compassion holds it all together.
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.
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.
If you long for the days when sitcoms were just plain funny, then Kitty Flanagan's local series is for you, says Anthony Morris.
Spinning off from a Fresh Blood pilot, this comedy mocks the pretensions and self-righteousness of youth, and though the characters are awful they're not awful to watch, says Anthony Morris.
Three generations of a family grapple with living and dying on their own terms. Reviewer Mel Campbell found disconcerting shifts between hijinks and heartbreak.
Strong performances and well-developed characters ground this lush ABC series about mismatched foodies in the Adelaide Hills.
Sharp and sweet, the new Stan series from Kelsey Munro and Claudia Karvan is a quirky teen pregnancy drama in the style of Love My Way and Heartbreak High, writes Mel Campbell.
Stan's special feature about a crim on the run in a Santa suit fills a family-sized gap with rough and dusty charm.
The Bondi Hipsters return with 33 solid minutes of rapid-fire fun, says comedy connoisseur Anthony Morris.
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