What Isis in a name?
Michael Idato Speculation mounts that Earl's beloved labrador could be headed to that great kennel in the sky because of its unfortunate name.
Michael Idato The characters from the iconic American comic book series Archie Comics are moving into TV.
LA gala dinner
Michael Idato Pioneering producer Greg Coote, and actors Margot Robbie, Brenton Thwaites and Anthony LaPaglia have been honoured in Los Angeles.
Chasing files in a padded cell?
Michael Idato Oddball formats suggest television program makers are grasping at straws to find ways to keep viewers watching, writes Michael Idato.
Foxtel to the rescue?
Michael Idato Pay TV platform Foxtel has finalised a deal that will save the Seven Network drama A Place to Call Home.
Has to have X Factor
Michael Idato Keeping standards high has led Simon Cowell to success with acts such as One Direction, he says.
'You’re just selling clicks'
Michael Idato James Murdoch's message to the television world was simple: consolidation is the future. But Murdoch saved his loudest and clearest point for the online search giant Google, who he said could do more...
Michael Idato Just when you didn't think television could get weirder, along comes The Voice ... with toilet rolls.
'It's too scary for me'
Michael Idato Sometimes the business of make-believe can seem a little too real.
Michael Idato The 202cm tall Dark Lord of the Sith, fallen Jedi Knight and one of cinema's most iconic characters, is making a cameo appearance which has all of Hollywood talking.
Comic to movie to TV
Michael Idato Honest young detective James Gordon walks a straight path in the crooked streets of this Batman prequel.
Michael Idato Stephen Collins, best known for his role as minister Eric Camden on 7th Heaven, has reportedly been dropped from his latest movie after the child sex abuse allegations surfaced.
Michael Idato The US media company Turner Broadcasting will shed an estimated 1475 jobs in the wake of a new rights deal for US basketball.
Michael Idato In one of the final scenes of the iconic 1990s television drama, murdered American schoolgirl Laura Palmer said: 'I will see you again in 25 years.' Now she will.
Crime and crusaders
Michael Idato More than half of the new TV season's most promising shows have launched in the US and are drawing big audiences, despite a mixed reception from critics.
Michael Idato Melissa George joins the US remake of the award-winning The Slap, reprising her role as Rosie.