Headlines:

Lawson lands title role in Paul Hogan series

Rising Hollywood star Josh Lawson has made his return to Brisbane to star as Paul Hogan in the new Seven Network miniseries about the Aussie icon.
may 28 | www.smh.com.au

'Cleverman' is Sci-Fi With a Social Conscience

The story in "Cleverman," a six-part drama that begins Wednesday, June 1, on SundanceTV, is inspired by Australian Aboriginal folklore, but this unusual series has allegories relevant to just about anywhere.
may 26 | www.nytimes.com

Meet Cleverman: our first Aboriginal screen superhero

while audiences are lining up for the latest Captain America film, a new Australian superhero is coming to our TVs on June 2. Cleverman blends Aboriginal mythology with contemporary superhero style and cutting political commentary.
may 26 | www.swinburne.edu.au

Cleverman: An Indigenous superhero series with a political streak

A new Australian TV series blends Indigenous mythology with contemporary superhero style and political punch to go deeper than many of the Hollywood blockbusters
may 26 | www.abc.net.au

Little Lunch wins in Munich

ABC3 drama Little Lunch has won the Prix Jeunesse International Award for Best Fiction Program for 7-10 year olds in Munich.
may 26 | www.tvtonight.com.au

Dreaming of the future

When a group of rowdy men board a late-night bus, their attention immediately turns to a pretty young girl sitting quietly at the back reading a book.
may 25 | au.news.yahoo.com

Deborah Mailman: 'Cleverman' is Australian TV at its best and Australian politics at its worst

Next week, Cleverman will make its premiere on the ABC, offering up an exhilarating vision of what Australian TV can be.
may 23 | www.theguardian.com

'So complex, so real': why Rake is one of the best shows on Australian TV

I was once arrogant enough to believe that Rake was just another talky, smart-arse ABC drama replete with quirky characters, a courtroom setting and political commentary. Then I actually watched it. Properly. And dear Christ was I wrong.
may 19 | www.theguardian.com

Taking a shot at revenge

Anyone familiar with Wolf Creek and its sequel would expect a TV spin-off to be centred on the wisecracking, racist, unnervingly chipper serial killer Mick Taylor... Astutely, Wolf Creek creator Greg McLean... has shifted the focus away from Mick to a vengeance-seeking American youngster named Eve Thorogood, forcing John Jarratt to share the limelight with relative newcomer Lucy Fry.
may 18 | au.news.yahoo.com

Australian actor Jeremy Kewley jailed over child sex offences

Disgraced actor Jeremy Kewley... has been sentenced to 23 months jail and a three year community corrections order after pleading guilty to child sex offences.
may 17 | au.news.yahoo.com

The Katering Show is a much-needed parody of cooking shows

To describe The Katering Show merely as a cooking-show parody is like describing Nigella Lawson as some woman who knows how to boil an egg.
may 13 | www.theage.com.au

Wolf Creek [review]

A sexy brand: tick. International appeal: tick. Star cast: tick. All six episodes to binge: tick. Money on the screen: tick. If there's a box Wolf Creek hasn't got checked, it's hard to find here.
may 12 | www.tvtonight.com.au

Like its rogue anti-hero Cleaver Greene, Rake is the show that wouldn't die

When we last saw roguish criminal lawyer Cleaver Greene, at the end of the third season of Rake, he was hanging upside down from a rope attached to an out-of-control hot-air balloon sweeping over Sydney Harbour.
may 12 | www.theage.com.au

INTERVIEW: John Jarratt & Lucy Fry on Wolf Creek

Just when you thought it was safe to travel through the Aussie outback in a camper van or a beaten up Kombi van, Mick Taylor turns up with 'that' voice and 'that' laugh in a new six part series on SVOD service STAN
may 10 | decidertv.com

Vale: Scott Burgess

Actor Scott Burgess, best known for Water Rats and 1915... died earlier this month following a heart attack.
may 10 | www.tvtonight.com.au

Ben Mingay to star as Alan Bond in Nine's House of Bond

Packed to the Rafters star Ben Mingay will star in the title role of Alan Bond in House of Bond, the mini-series now in production for the Nine Network.
may 10 | www.mediaday.com.au

REVIEW: Wolf Creek the TV Series on Stan

Serial killer Mick Taylor (John Jarrett) is back for the TV version of the movies, but this is no cheap knock off of those truly terrifying flicks. And it's probably not what you'd expect either.
may 09 | decidertv.com

Australian Media Mogul Reg Grundy Dies Age 92

Australian media mogul Reg Grundy, the television producer behind Australian soap opera "Neighbors," has died aged 92.
may 09 | variety.com

Life behind bars at Wentworth

Tammy MacIntosh has starred in a raft of iconic Australian TV dramas but nothing could prepare her for the emotional trauma she would endure when she signed up for Foxtel's gritty prison drama Wentworth.
may 04 | au.news.yahoo.com

Meet the new-look Nowhere Boys (and one Nowhere Girl)

ABC3's Nowhere Boys is doing a Skins, refreshing its juvenile cast with a new batch of teens. 5 new principals, including the first 'Nowhere Girl', are now filming a new season in Melbourne, picking up the storyline where several years later.
may 05 | www.tvtonight.com.au

Updates:

May 23 - 29
Tomorrow, When The War Began episode guide completed
May 23 - 29
Tomorrow, WTWB episode guide replaced
Wentworth episode guide updated
Janet King series 2 guide finished
Cleverman episode guide started
Police Rescue series 4 guide upgraded
Mako Mermaids series 3 guide started

previous updates

airdates:

June
01 - Cleverman (SundanceTV - USA)
02 - Cleverman (ABC)
05 - Secret City (Showcase)
July
04 - The Kettering Incident (Showcase)

birthdays:

May
3 - Richard Sutherland (1971)
5 - Dieter Brummer (1976)
6 - Alan Dale (1947)
7 - Justin Melvey (1969)
10 - Rachel Gordon (1976)
11 - Anita Hegh (1972)
11 - Matthew Newton (1977)
11 - Holly Valance (1983)
11 - Justin Rosniak (1977)
12 - Glenn Robbins (1956)
14 - Cate Blanchett (1969)
14 - David Reyne (1959)
14 - Ada Nicodemou (1977)
19 - Claudia Karvan (1972)
19 - James Reyne (1957)
21 - Brett Tucker (1972)
21 - Josephine Mitchell (1965)
21 - Inge Hornstra (1974)
22 - Gary Sweet (1957)
24 - Brian Wenzel (1929)
25 - Kick Gurry (1978)
26 - Marieke Hardy (1976)
26 - Rachael Blake (1971)
27 - Stephen Lovatt (1964)
27 - Sara Wiseman (1975)
28 - Kylie Minogue (1968)
28 - Beth Allen (1984)
29 - Louise Siversen (1958)