Thirteen years in Hollywood has taught Australian Shane Brennan plenty about making TV. Now he wants to share his knowledge back home.
Karl Quinn Hugo Weaving knows that acting and celebrity are poles apart. But, he tells Karl Quinn over lunch, there are plenty who lose sight of that.
Nick Galvin In news that will surely have 14-year-old girls everywhere reaching for the teary emoji on their phones, the makers of Pretty Little Liars have announced that the seventh series of the show will be its last.
Michael Idato If you thought Australian television ratings were a mass of meaningless numbers and dodgy mathematics, you ain't seen nothin' yet.
Neil McMahon It might well be Q&A's perfect match of guest and questioner - a working-class battler pondering economic injustice and a revered global expert intent on bridging the wealth divide. There was just one hitch: they appeared four months apart.
Michael Idato If 2016 is remembered for anything, it will be that it cut a swathe through our collective cultural memory, taking down some of the most enduring icons.
Nick Galvin Don't Breathe, a low-budget horror flick hailed by one critic as having the scariest scene since Silence of the Lambs, has made a blockbuster debut in the US, earning almost double its meagre budget in the first weekend alone.
Meet Pablo Escobar, through the eyes of people who encountered the drug baron.
Karl Quinn Erik Thomson may be the star but the young actors who play his kids are a big part of the success of the trans-Tasman comedy-drama.
Megan Doherty At the age of 74, Ita Buttrose has no plans to retire.