It was Channel Nine's $15 million gamble that proved to be its greatest masterstroke as audiences switched on in droves to its Ninja Warrior series, much to the dismay of the network's rivals who have hit their own "warped wall".
Senior journalist Andrew Hornery is the man behind The Sydney Morning Herald's Private Sydney column, keeping tabs on everyone from socialites to social climbers. If they are worth knowing about, you can bet they are on the PS radar.
It became pretty clear some time ago there were no genuinely new ideas when it comes to programming on commercial television. Then we got Ninja Warriors.
Schapelle Corby has labelled media reports on Sunday morning claiming she has struck a deal with Britains Celebrity Big Brother as "false news".
There are not many who would begrudge Australian Candice Hedge's decision to sell her story.
Exactly who in their right mind would want to become a member of The Real Housewives of Sydney television show?
A Current Affair reporter Ben McCormack has become the highest profile arrest yet of a NSW police taskforce that uses undercover stings to catch alleged online predators.
Officers from New South Wales police have raided the Nine Network's A Current Affair's offices in Sydney.
Revenge is a dish best served cold, as comic genius Tracey Ullman no doubt knows only too well.
There is a scene in the truly excellent new television series Feud in which the legendary Hollywood gossip columnist Hedda Hopper sashays into a chic Beverly Hills restaurant, her feathery hat all a flutter, to meet Whatever Happened To Baby Jane director Robert Aldrich.
Five years ago freshly minted Hollywood it girl Melissa George stormed out of Channel Seven's Martin Place Studios after issuing a fatwa on The Morning Show hosts Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies who dared to ask about her rather more pedestrian years on Home and Away. But now the feud with the network is over.