You could be forgiven for saying it was a case for Sherlock Holmes.
Michael Idato is a Senior Writer based in Los Angeles for The Sydney Morning Herald.
As Aidan Turner explains, his character might not go looking for trouble, but he always seems to find it.
Jamie Lee Curtis can't seem to escape hospitals. When she made her film in debut, in 1978, playing a serial killer's almost victim Laurie Strode in John Carpenter's horror masterpiece Halloween, it was followed up in 1981 with Halloween II, a sequel which deposited the bruised, battered and stalked Laurie into a hospital. Now, as the second season of the horror comedy/drama Scream Queens unfurls itself, Curtis finds herself back in the hospital ward.
Ben Mendelsohn has pulled off a shock win at the Emmys, snatching an award from under the noses of redhot Game of Thrones favourites Kit Harington and Peter Dinklage.
One of the most beloved members of the Sound of Music cast, actress Charmian Carr, has died.
Transparent creator Jill Soloway talks transition, the truth and the price of using your own life for art
As the critically exalted television series Transparent begins its third season, its genesis – that excruciating, illuminating, beautiful moment when Mort Pfefferman (Jeffrey Tambor) transformed into Maura – seems ever further and further away.
The Emmy Awards this year will feature a bumper crop of shows and performances worthy of gold.
When US presidential candidate Donald Trump looks in the mirror, he says he sees a man of 35 looking back at him.
Batman has a new suit. And the good news is, it's a nipple-free zone.
The US Olympian who concocted a story about being robbed in Rio is shamed by the two men who stormed the stage during a live TV appearance.