In the first episode of Todd Sampson’s new science-adventure TV series, he slides feet first through an 800C inferno with nothing but a dousing of water to stop him from burning to a crisp.
It may star perennially popular Australian actress Claudia Karvan, but new ABC series Newton’s Law is astonishingly bland compared with recent legal dramas Janet King and Rake, writes Ben Neutze.
SBS's 'First Contact' – which has returned former One Nation senator David Oldfield to the spotlight – seems more concerned with white drama than Indigenous stories, writes Ben Neutze.
When Tim Chappel was first asked to design the costumes for Stephan Elliott’s 1994 low budget indie flick, The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, he thought it was going to be just a “little, cute, nothing Australian home movie.”
Stephen Hall has goose-stepped into John Cleese’s shoes for the world premiere of the writer and actor's long-awaited adaptation 'Fawlty Towers Live'.
Popular rom-com ‘Offspring’ is back for a sixth season, but after so many secrets, tragedies and scandals already, can it still keep the viewers interested?