Now in its ninth season, the Australian version of this genealogical treasure hunt shows no sign of wearing out its welcome.
Criticisms of the ABC's nightly quiz show Think Tank are wide of the mark.
Aussie cricket stars will be among the players featured in a new Netflix reality series on Indian Premier League champions Mumbai Indians.
Nostalgia freaks can froth all they want, but the return of an old favourite is rarely the stuff of dreams fulfilled.
No scenario is too ridiculous for Phil Noyce and Angelina Jolie in this OTT spy thriller.
Julie Bishop has no time for pronunciation discussions with Karl Stefanovic.
The next budget will either prepare Australian TV for the future, or ensure it doesn't have one.
The two stars got intimately personal on Letterman's new talk show.
Many an actor might have been tempted to find the damaged good person within the evil Olaf. But not Neil Patrick Harris.
She may have been off air for close to a decade, but the brilliantly selfish Karen Walker was busy in another dimension all the while.
In playing a hitman who dreams of making it as an actor, SNL veteran Bill Hader had to work out how to make him sympathetic. But not too sympathetic.
US talk show host Jimmy Kimmel had mocked the First Lady's accent, sparking a feud with Fox News host Sean Hannity.
Fallen angels loitering around in Las Vegas? Sounds like just another day in this paradise lost.
Andrew Denton makes a long-overdue return to the small screen with the aptly named Interview.
Zip it, everyone - Dr. Evil is back.
We hardly knew ye, Australian Spartan - but it's time to bring on TV's big guns.
Two new historical crime dramas share a big interest in parapsychology.
Sue Perkins is a likable host and the Ganges eminently filmable, but there's little new in this travelogue.
Peppa Pig visits a castle in the new season premiere of the mercifully short children's show.
"I've had the greatest time of my life working for Channel Nine."
The reboot of Lost in Space trades the campy theatrics of the original 1960s series for a modern take on family dynamics.
Realism isn't the point of period crime drama Murdoch Mysteries. It's a romp.
Annie Jones reflects on her career and the men that have influenced her.
The legendary actress has started shooting her scenes for the upcoming second season.
The Project host argued why a "universal basic income" for all Australians wasn't "leftie pinko nonsense" after Sunrise attacked the idea.