Michael Idato NCIS: Los Angeles cast discuss how they compare to their bigger brother, NCIS.
Michael Idato The creator and stars of Hawaii Five-o explain why their remake of the 70s show is so successful.
Michael Idato In the cutthroat world of television news, it is no surprise that the chase for ratings often takes precedence over the chase for the truth.
Michael Idato America's newly minted king of late night talk shows is joining Australia's national broadcaster.
Michael Idato As Australian actor Anthony LaPaglia gets set to star in a new terrorism-themed television drama, Australian actress Melissa George plans to appear in a lavish new US drama about two romantic rivals.
Michael Idato Scary Spice – aka former Spice Girl Melanie Janine Brown – is officially the busiest working woman in showbusiness.
Michael Idato Australian actor Noah Taylor has been signed to star in the BBC drama, Peaky Blinders.
Michael Idato Hit comedy The Big Bang Theory has been renewed by US TV network CBS for a further three years.
Michael Idato The host of Ten's evening panel show The Project, Charlie Pickering, is stepping down and will finish up next month.
Michael Idato The delicate dance between documentary and reality is a peculiar one for television to navigate.
Michael Idato The Australian actor has been cast in a new series from the creator of Breaking Bad.
Michael Idato American writer/comedian Mindy Kaling, whose credits include the US adaptation of The Office and her own series, The Mindy Project, has delivered a scathing assessment of the gender and race gap on...
Michael Idato Andrew Lees has added his name to the swelling list of Australian actors skimming the cream from the US pilot season.
Michael Idato Lady Gaga is the festival's hot music ticket, but Julian Assange has had to make way on the main stage for cat video stars.
Michael Idato The US remake of the Australian drama Rake is facing the fight of its life: to lift its audience in the next few weeks or almost certainly be cancelled.
Michael Idato Every year the Hollywood machine churns out more than 70 drama and comedy pilots, the 'crop' from which television network executives hope to skim the cream.
Michael Idato Every year, the Hollywood machine churns out more than 70 drama and comedy pilots, the crop from which television network executives hope to skim the cream.
Michael Idato The Ten Network has recruited the man who helped guide the Nine and Seven networks to their ratings peak.
Michael Idato Production on Strike Back will be delayed following an injury sustained by Sullivan Stapleton.
Michael Idato Ah, the film-to-television adaptation, sometimes they are brilliant, though rarely.