28 years ago, Tonya Lee was a 14-year-old schoolgirl touring the UK with her local Sydney theatre group when the alleged assault took place, sharing graphic details of the encounter with Harris which she claims has scarred her life. Continue reading »
The Graham Norton Show Wins The 2013 BAFTA Entertainment Program Of The Year.
Now in its 13th series, the popularity of The Graham Norton Show continues to grow. Last night, Graham hosted the star-studded BAFTA* ceremony in London and also took home the award for Entertainment Program of the Year. Continue reading »
Last week we were glued to our screens watching the final six teams fight it out emotionally and physically, as the pointy end of the competition draws closer. With the light blue and orange team forming an alliance that is stronger than ever and with the red team seen as their biggest threat, tonight it is time to say goodbye to Sam and Jess O’Malley….for good.
The red team depart The Biggest Loser: The Next Generation house with a combined weight loss of a staggering 50.5 kilos. Continue reading »
Burn Notice‘s upcoming 13-episode seventh season will be the show’s last in yet another blow for TV. No more Fiona or Michael Weston – Can my life get worse. This great show is another blow to TV lovers. Continue reading »
The most underrated TV show ever has been canned. Southland has been cancelled after 5 seasons. Why is crap reality dominating the airwaves yet amazing drama’s failing? What happened to real scriptwriters, hardcore drama and actual acting? What is TV coming to?
Michael Cudlitz, who played the phenomenal John Cooper has tweeted -
Thank you all for the amazing support. TNT gave us 3 extra years… Be kind. ; )
If you have never seen the show, try it. It’s on SoHo on Foxtel and season 5 (the best ever) should come to late nights on Nine. I accidently taped the show and got hooked in series 3. After all the TV I watch, I can say is the best drama show I have ever seen. Continue reading »
The woman known to Australian TV viewers as “Mrs Marsh” through her commercials for Colgate toothpaste, has died at her home in Noosa on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. For anyone of that era she was a regular fixture on our TV screens and quite an icon.
The popular TV campaign which began in the late 1970s featured Barbara Callcott as Mrs Marsh, who snapped a stick of chalk which had been dipped into a glass of dyed water, to show how the toothpaste penetrated enamel to protect teeth. Continue reading »
Arena’s Neil Patrick Harris has been announced as the host of the 67th Annual Tony Awards, for the third year running. Foxtel’s Arena will broadcast the Awards exclusively live from Radio City Hall in New York City from 10am on Monday June 10, 2013.
The Emmy Award-winning actor is best known for his role in the hit comedy, How I Met Your Mother, screening weeknights at 7.30pm on Arena. This is the fourth time Neil Patrick Harris will front the awards, previously hosting the 63rd, 65th and 66th Annual Tony Awards. Continue reading »
Channel Seven today announced that Steve Peacocke has been cast in the supporting role of Stephanos in the Brett Ratner directed action movie Hercules: The Thracian Wars. Steve will join Hollywood heavyweights Dwayne Johnson, John Hurt, Ian McShane, Joseph Fiennes and Rufus Sewell when filming gets underway in Budapest, Hungary.
Hercules, currently in pre-production, is set for release in July 2014 from Paramount and MGM studios. Steve will film in the coming months before returning to his role as Brax in Home and Away in September. Continue reading »
Randy Jackson, the last original “American Idol” judge, announced Thursday that he’s voting himself off the hit singing competition program after the current season ends.
“Yo! Yo! Yo! To put all of the speculation to the rest, after 12 years of judging on ‘American Idol,’ I have decided to leave after this season,” Jackson said in a statement, released through his representative. Continue reading »