Michael Idato The ABC has commissioned a new comedy from the creators of The Librarians.
Michael Idato As the birth of World Series Cricket unfurled itself from the pages of history and onto our television screens in the mini-series Howzat!, clouds of cigarette smoke hung heavily in the office of...
Michael Idato Yesterday morning, the first episode of the new season of Doctor Who was available on ABC's iview.
Michael Idato The new drama Sinbad takes its cues from the modern blockbuster.
Michael Idato Kevin McCloud tries to build a beautiful and affordable housing estate, drama ensues.
Michael Idato Adam Zwar, best known for Wilfred, sets his new comedy in the offices of a fictional Sunday paper.
Michael Idato It is dentally perfect, it has sumptuous sets and effects, but do we need another Sinbad?
Michael Idato The second series of SBS TV's ground-breaking refugee documentary/reality series Go Back To Where You Came From drew a solid 752,000 viewers nationally last night.
Michael Idato A massive TV audience of 2.09 million viewers tuned into the second part of the Channel Nine cricket drama Howzat! last night.
Michael Idato Content piracy is the natural enemy of the content industry and a problem that will only get worse with the NBN.
Michael Idato The creator of Good Christian Bitches was inspired by the tough Texan women he grew up with.
Michael Idato The ABC has commissioned a telemovie about Australian soldiers during the French campaign in World War I.
Michael Idato CHANNEL TEN'S head of programming, David Mott, quit yesterday, taking the fall for the network's disastrous performance in the ratings this year.
Michael Idato AUSTRALIA, your dance card is empty.
Taking the fall
Michael Idato Channel Ten's head of programming David Mott has resigned, falling on his sword for the network's disastrous performance in the ratings this year.
Michael Idato Everything is bigger in Texas. Bigger still in Dallas.
Michael Idato Having buried one struggling talent show, Ten was pinning its hopes on outback road tour/talent show I Will Survive, which debuted with only 506,000 viewers nationally.
Michael Idato The Ten Network has axed its struggling talent show Everybody Dance Now.
Michael Idato That's it, folks. The world, as we knew, it is over.
Michael Idato The X Factor made a loud and resonant return to the television schedule last night before a national audience of 1.59 million.