- He's arguably Australia's most famous TV cop and now, 20 years after Blue Heelers first hit our screens, John Wood is revealing never-before-heard details about the show.
august 13 | www.news.com.au
- ABC drama series Redfern Now will wrap its run with a one off telemovie that goes into production today.
august 13 | www.mediaday.com.au
- Respected Actor and Writer Jerome Ehlers, who appeared in Rake, House Husbands and Crownies, has died following a battle with cancer, aged 55.
august 12 | www.tvtonight.com.au
- James Stewart, Kate Jenkinson, Lincoln Younes and Olivia DeJonge will play a family that's forced to enter a witness protection program in Hiding, an eight-part drama for the ABC.
august 08 | if.com.au
- Four major new Australian TV dramas and five new feature films have been greenlit, after agency Screen Australia said on Wednesday it had approved production funding of AUS$12 million for twelve projects that will trigger $80 million worth of production.
august 07 | www.mediaday.com.au
- Offspring just wrapped up? The tears are still flowing? You feel like the Proudmans have been ripped away from you leaving a giant gaping hole? Don't worry we have compiled everything you need to know — from the Nina fashion and lifestyle effect, the secret behind the scarf, to an exclusive chat with uber producer John Edwards about the future of our favourite show.
august 07 | www.news.com.au
- A new political thriller based in Canberra, based on a book by written by journalists Chris Uhlmann and Steve Lewis, is set to become a Foxtel miniseries.
august 06 | www.tvtonight.com.au
- Former City Homicide actress Nadia Townsend has joined the cast of a new sci-fi miniseries which will screen online, following a successful Kickstarter campaign.
august 05 | www.tvtonight.com.au
- Government bureaucracy and the absurdity of office life collide in Utopia, the latest comedy from Working Dog, the brains trust behind hit series including Frontline, The Panel, Thank God You're Here and The Hollowmen.
august 04 | au.news.yahoo.com
- For five years, fans of Offspring have laughed, cried and, sometimes, just about torn their hair out in frustration at the antics of Asher Keddie's alter-ego Nina Proudman and her crazy extended family.
august 03 | www.news.com.au
- Outrageous Fortune is coming back, with MediaWorks TV announcing it has commissioned a prequel... The series will be set in the 1970s against a backdrop of real-life historical events and will tell the story of legendary safe cracker and career criminal Ted West, his wife Rita and their son Wolfgang.
july 31 | www.3news.co.nz
- When Perth actress Adelaide Kane first signed on to Reign she could not have fathomed the shock, controversy and die-hard fandom the historical fiction series would inspire.
july 28 | au.news.yahoo.com
- Nine has confirmed a fourth season for House Husbands for 2015. It follows the show's format getting picked up by European production companies.
july 30 | www.tvtonight.com.au
- Peter Sarsgaard and Mary-Louise Parker will star in NBC's eight-hour remake of Matchbox Pictures' The Slap.
july 28 | if.com.au
- It's widely regarded as the best Australian TV production of all time. Now the incredible ABC mini-series Blue Murder, about the relationship between former detective Roger Rogerson and notorious criminal Arthur "Neddy" Smith, is set to get the sequel treatment.
july 27 | www.dailytelegraph.com.au
- 09 - Devil's Playground (Showcase)
Ratings Top 10
- July 27 - Aug 02
- 1.701m - Masterchef Australia - The Winner Announced
- 1.655m - Masterchef Australia - Finale Night
- 1.375m - The Block Glasshouse - Launch
- 1.297m - Nine News - Sunday
- 1.261m - Masterchef Australia - Sunday
- 1.155m - Seven News - Sunday
- 1.138m - Nine News
- 1.116m - The X Factor - Sunday
- 1.107m - The X Factor - Tuesday
- 1.084m - Nine News 6:30
- 1 - Les Hill (1973)
- 2 - Sam Worthington (1976)
- 4 - Jamie Croft (1981)
- 5 - John Jarratt (1951)
- 6 - Melissa George (1976)
- 7 - Sophie Lee (1968)
- 7 - Graeme Blundell (1945)
- 9 - Eric Bana (1968)
- 11 - Chris Hemsworth (1983)
- 14 - Kate Ritchie (1978)
- 15 - Brooke Anderson (1981)
- 16 - Brendan Cowell (1976)
- 16 - Jeremy Kewley (1960)
- 17 - Noni Hazlehurst (1953)
- 17 - Shane Briant (1946)
- 17 - Shane Porteous (1942)
- 18 - Brooke Harmon (1985)
- 20 - John Noble (1948)
- 21 - Anne-Louise Lambert (1955)
- 22 - Shane Withington (1958)
- 23 - Rowena Wallace (1947)
- 24 - Rachael Carpani (1980)
- 25 - Aaron Jeffery (1970)
- 29 - Jay Ryan (1981)
- 30 - Kimberley Joseph (1973)
- 31 - Jack Thompson (1940)