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WTFAQ on ABC review: funny, factoids, fair enough

Trying to entertain while educating is an ABC mainstay, and this new show is no exception.


The Inspired Unemployed: (Impractical) Jokers review

Four twenty-something mates are on a mission to humiliate each other in the surprisingly inventive laugh-fest The Inspired Unemployed: (Impractical)…


SBS' Alone Australia brings us together in the wilderness

A reality show of who will last longest becomes a surprising observation of cultural history in SBS' Alone Australia.


Review: The Messenger returns to depot without attempting to deliver

ABC drama series The Messenger foregoes a logical narrative for the sake of mystery.


Review: Safe Home on SBS

Safe Home is a deftly handled drama about the family violence system in Victoria, told through the eyes of the…


Aunty Donna's Coffee Café review: locally sourced sketches with robust comical flavour

Aunty Donna's Coffee Cafe is their first ABC-commissioned narrative comedy series, and as our local answer to Monty Python it…


Under the Vines on ABC review: to New Zealand with love

A British lead and Australian lead walk into a beautiful New Zealand setting and supporting cast – but what happens…


We Interrupt This Broadcast: Seven's new sketch show is a gutsy move

It may not always go for quality with its jokes, but they go for quantity (and often the jokes aren’t…

The popular crime series exposes its underbelly for the first time since 2018. Image: Nine Network.

TV Review – Underbelly: Vanishing Act

Kate Atkinson puts her best foot forward as Sydney con-artist Melissa Caddick in the latest instalment of the Underbelly series.

ABC presenter Tony Armstrong poses with a dog.

TV Review: A Dog’s World with Tony Armstrong

Debunking canine myths and celebrating dogs in all their individuality – this show is a soothing treat for the senses

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