The international success of ABC’s sci-fi show Cleverman, returning this week for a second series, demonstrates how indigenous stories can have universal reach.
From factories throwing out bent bananas to a dumpster-diving granny, new three-part documentary War on Waste investigates Australia’s growing rubbish problem and how it might be tackled.
More than a few parallels can be drawn between the ABC’s upcoming drama Seven Types of Ambiguity and its 2011 hit The Slap.
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.
New reality-TV series Family Rules is compelling viewing, capturing the everyday conflicts and challenges of a group of young Indigenous sisters living in suburbia.