TV

13 of the Coolest Film, TV & Gaming Trailers You May Have Missed at SDCC 2018

July 25, 2018

With San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) wrapped up for this year, there’s no doubt each year’s conference rules the entertainment universe with its mind blowing announcements from films, TV shows and the latest and upcoming games. So without further ado, let’s recap some of the biggest announcements you may have missed this year.... Continue Reading

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The Krack Heads Return as the Kameras Are Set to Roll on Get Krack!n Season 2

July 25, 2018

ABC, Screen Australia and Film Victoria have announced that filming has begun on the second season of the comedy series Get Krack!n, created, written, produced by and starring Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan.... Continue Reading

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Five things you need to know about NZ’s first original Netflix series Dark Tourist

July 24, 2018

A lot of travel programs follow a tried and tested formula. There’s a charismatic host. Pleasant and idyllic locations. There are the ingredients you’d typically associate with a fun holiday. But the opposite is true for the new, eight-part Netflix series Dark Tourist – New Zealand’s first original series for the streaming platform.... Continue Reading

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Hannah and Eliza Reilly new web series Sheilas set to premiere next month

July 24, 2018

The newest web series created by sisters Hannah and Eliza Reilly (Growing Up Graceful) will be known as Sheilas, and is set to premiere later next month and the 21st of August.... Continue Reading

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Netflix Review: Litchfield Reinvented for Orange Is The New Black in Season Six

July 17, 2018

Well, ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to head back to Litchfield.... Continue Reading

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First Impressions: Sacha Baron Cohen gets boldly political on Who Is America?

July 15, 2018

Ultimate troll Sacha Baron Cohen is back in form for his new show Who Is America?, screening for Australians exclusively from today on Stan, and this time he’s splitting his time between four characters. You’ve got the right-wing blogger for a fictitious website dubbed “truthbay.org”; a cis-gendered liberal who is so open-minded he watches his wife have sex with sea mammals; an ex-con turned abstract artist who uses bodily fluids to create his works; and an Islamophobic ex-Mossad agent dripping in machismo and unwavering gun advocacy. It’s messy and unbalanced, but Bacon Cohen’s penchant for stripping away niceties and exposing the idiocy of his guests, through often extreme levels of satire, is still very much in tact.... Continue Reading

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The cast of Twin Peaks to head down under in unique Conversation with the Stars Tour

July 10, 2018

In an Australian first, five stars from the hit series Twin Peaks will be touring Australia for an exclusive ‘Conversation with the Stars’ evening from 25 August to 2 September, 2018.... Continue Reading

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Screen Australia Makes Historic Change to Story Development Guidelines

July 10, 2018

Screen Australia has announced that new development guidelines have been finalised and are now in effect, following two months of industry consultation. These guidelines will look to make funding more accessible, while supporting talent with a strong idea and concise target audience.... Continue Reading

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ACMI and Film Victoria Announce Full Program for Series Mania 2018

July 9, 2018

ACMI and Film Victoria have officially announced the full lineup for Series Mania 2018, packed with a program of 23 series set to launch in Melbourne at ACMI in Melbourne’s Federation Square later this month.... Continue Reading

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Five Things You Need To Know About The Netflix Series, Somebody Feed Phil

July 6, 2018

The creator and writer of Everybody Loves Raymond, Philip Rosenthal is a man after our hearts because he loves to eat and travel. He enjoys this so much that he has his own Netflix series, Somebody Feed Phil where he visits different countries and samples their wares. Rosenthal resembles Homer Simpson in that episode where the latter turned into a food critic. Everything is delicious and you lose count of how many times Phil has a huge grin on his face and says something is the best thing he’s ever eaten. As the second helping of this enthusiastic food show hits Netflix, we bring you five things you need to know about the program.... Continue Reading

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