The disgraced swimmer is heading from Rio De Janeiro straight into PR rehab 101: a stint on the American reality TV show Dancing with the Stars.
We've had some shock exits but the token villains and bacon-lovers are falling away and some real wife material is emerging.
A groundbreaking report into Australian TV drama finds that better quality doesn't necessarily equate to more diversity.
Winter has arrived in Westeros for the seventh season and dark doesn't describe the twists and turns.
"Fox News ... operates like a sex-fuelled, Playboy Mansion-like cult," the lawsuit alleges.
612 ABC have celebrated their broadcasters after one listener complained about their "giggling female" presenters.
Melbourne youth prefer Farnesy and Cyndi Lauper over Triple J, radio ratings reveal.
It was no fluke, no flash-in-the-pan. SmoothFM has confirmed its status as a new powerhouse of Sydney radio, increasing its overall lead in the FM ratings fight and even delivering a belting to Drive legends Hamish and Andy - with a ratings share almost double that of the 2DayFM duo.
Stranger Things succeeds where The Get Down doesn't.
Nine should apologise to Footy Classified viewers for its erratic start time.
Somewhere, Peter Dutton's ears were burning. During Monday night's Q&A the Dutton name was invoked as if part of an incantation - recited no less than 13 times in the space of one 15-minute stretch, no mean feat - and it was often accompanied by a ripple of noise that encompassed murmurs, mumbles, grumbles, snorts, laughs, sighs and groans from an audience intent on casting judgement by whatever means it could muster.
Couch potatoes in the capital like to watch their fellow Canberrans sweat, squirm and scheme in the jungle.
A former teacher who worked on Nauru described death threats and assaults directed at her students.
Comment: How can we warm to people who talk so much rubbish?
Not all of them liked it, but plenty of people tuned in to Nine's current affairs flagship to watch this purportedly tell-all interview.
Sometimes throwing everything you have at a show only makes for a louder crash when it fails.
60 Minutes has continued its self-destructive tick-tock, tick-tock in 2016 by pushing the "detonate" button with a story on Roxy Jacenko.
This is what the prime-time schedule looks like when you've run out of cat videos.
The second half of 2016 has plenty of strong dramas to counter-balance the sugar-rush of competition shows we've seen so far this year. Here are 11 of the best.
The new season of ABC conspiracy thriller The Code casts Canberra in a shadowy light.
Apart from working two days as a chippie, Andy Sutherland and his mate Ben had no renovation experience. Until they were cast on The Block.
The Seven Network looks set to finish the 17 days of the Games with a feather in its cap and not too much red ink on its ledger.
In Genova, Colin Firth is handed the perfect screen role.
Line of Duty season 2 knits a fiendish plot.
Game of Thrones and Tunnel actor Stephen Dillane admits he doesn't have the stomach for the brutality of the shows he makes.