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The animated tale of a blue heeler pup and her family is pure fun, says Anthony Morris. No wonder it's ABC iview's most watched show of all time.
A fistful of narratives converge in a searing portrait of absurd and brutal immigration policy.
Set in the Gothic heartland of Tasmania, this murder mystery is yet to deliver on its supernatural teaser, says Mel Campbell.
Remember when the future was going to be a bright, shiny place full of optimism and hope? Me neither.
Easy charm and subtle moments work better than broad comedy in this Stan Originals series.
Upright is such a developed and fully-formed work, writes Chris Boyd, it’s hard to believe it’s not an adaptation of a grand work.
The amiable mates follow their reliable recipe for spontaneous comedy.
You’ve got to be doing something right to keep a comedy series going on Australian television for almost 20 years.
Comedy and drama are skilfully fused with a sense of desperation in this UK/Australian ABC series.
Two eps into the ABC’s six-part series Total Control, Chris Boyd’s advice is not to give up before the end of the first one. The dividends come late, but they’re handsome.
Five months after its US premiere, Ramy – 'the best show not on Australian television' in Chris Boyd’s rarely humble opinion – drops on STAN this week.
The ABC brings 80s pulp crime classic to the small screen with larrikin energy but mixed results.
Powerful, topical and superbly produced, this is a rare event in Australian television history, writes Chris Boyd.
Shockingly violent and pointedly political, this Amazon series is an ironic but refreshing antidote to supe franchising.
Eccentric nuns defend their way of life with devilish consequences, in Foxtel's new mini-series adaptation. Chris Boyd says it pays big dividends despite some clumsiness.
If you’re not a fan of watching two people bickering in a car, you may want to overtake this ABC comedy, says Anthony Morris.
Adapted from a novel by Australian Daniel O'Malley, this series is compelling but lacks the book's complexity.
Thirteen hours of Nicolas Winding Refn's neon vision may be too much for some, but Adrian Martin finds intrigue amidst the slog.
Stan is drip-feeding episodes of this addictive lit-world rom-com, and that's Mel Campbell's only quibble.
The present day-with-a-twist anthology series is best when it avoids easy moralising and keeps us in a spin.
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