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Michael Lallo is a senior entertainment writer at The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald

Gardner could be 'last one standing' as Nine 'razes' troubled Today

Gardner could be 'last one standing' as Nine 'razes' troubled Today

There is now a smoking crater where Today once stood. Where to now for the struggling breakfast show?

  • by Michael Lallo

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Karl Stefanovic has no one to blame but himself
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Karl Stefanovic has no one to blame but himself

After the dizzying rise came the fall to earth. And it felt like a slow-motion crash.

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Karl Stefanovic 'steps off' troubled Today program

Karl Stefanovic 'steps off' troubled Today program

The news follows a turbulent year for Nine's one-time golden boy.

  • by Michael Lallo
It took more than magic for Melbourne to win blockbuster Potter show

It took more than magic for Melbourne to win blockbuster Potter show

Most cities would love to host Harry Potter's stage debut. But there's a reason international producers picked Melbourne.

  • by Michael Lallo
Their audiences are tiny, so why do TV multichannels even exist?

Their audiences are tiny, so why do TV multichannels even exist?

Most viewers aren’t enticed by endless sitcom reruns – but that’s the point.

  • by Michael Lallo
If it wants to survive, 10 All Access must urgently lift its game
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If it wants to survive, 10 All Access must urgently lift its game

Australia's newest streaming service asks too much money for too little content.

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Most-watched programs of 2018 revealed

Most-watched programs of 2018 revealed

While two commercial networks declined, one public broadcaster hit a record high.

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Drunken starlets, clumsy ponies and other tales from Her Majesty's

Drunken starlets, clumsy ponies and other tales from Her Majesty's

It once had seperate entrances for rich and poor – but the rise of cinema put an end to that.

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‘Silly is not what our viewers like’: Michael Rowland on breakfast TV

‘Silly is not what our viewers like’: Michael Rowland on breakfast TV

No cash cows, crazy stunts or fake laughter: why ABC's morning show is as strong as ever.

  • by Michael Lallo
SBS in 2019: New dramas, documentaries – and more 'slow TV'

SBS in 2019: New dramas, documentaries – and more 'slow TV'

Footage of a moving train – no music, no breaks – drew big audiences to SBS this year. In 2019, that concept will be expanded.

  • by Michael Lallo
ABC in 2019: What’s new, what’s returning – and what’s gone?

ABC in 2019: What’s new, what’s returning – and what’s gone?

A quiz show makes way for a 'rebooted' version of The Drum, while local dramas and documentaries dominate prime time.

  • by Michael Lallo