Australia’s pay-TV giant Foxtel has announced it has given its Smooth music channel the boot - joining Channel V, MAX and CMC in the TV guide graveyard- as it moves to outsource more content.
Phoebe Burgess has defended wearing a Paris-based athleisure wear label which has come under fire after its founder was called out for plagiarism, taking part in Nazi jokes and being an anti-vaxxer.
Actor and director Rachel Griffiths deleted an Instagram post about getting her nails done after copping backlash from followers about trivialising the situation in America. Here’s what happened.
After being elevated to the AFL Hall of Fame, triple premiership hero and dad Jonathan Brown toasted the achievement in typical fashion.
A deep-space Adam and Eve and a bizarre true Australian story are among your movie options tonight – if you can go past the enjoyably demented remake of a horror classic.
Emma Watson has faced backlash over her contribution to the #BlackLivesMatter movement on social media, with fans saying she was too concerned with the ‘aesthetic’ of her Instagram account.
Two popular AFL shows won’t be returning to Channel 7 screens in the foreseeable future when the footy season resumes as the financial impact of COVID-19 hits the network.
While the sobering subject of infertility and adoption doesn’t exactly lend itself to typical comedy fare, the new British TV series, Trying, gives audiences a lot to laugh about.
Shane Warne and Kalgoorlie mayoral candidate John ‘General Hercules’ Katahanas will get their own documentaries as part of a new wave of Screen Australia funding.
Appalling video has emerged of journalists under fire from police using rubber bullets, tear gas and pepper spray, as the US press freedom watchdog reveals an ‘unprecedented’ number of violation claims.
Sarah Blake in New York, Tamsin Rose, Amanda Sheppeard
Artistic director Iain Grandage has opened up on the “fantastic” Perth Festival 2020 — with a report revealing it raked in a record $6 million at the box office — and the challenges to come in 2021.
Limited hot water, food rations and COVID-19 precautions are just some of the obstacles contestants will have to overcome to win this year’s Big Brother. But it’s what happens in the basement that really pits housemates against each other. TOUR THE HOUSE
Pink has hit out at internet haters who slammed her for sledging the “All Lives Matter” movement, as a “deeply saddened” Michael Jordan calls for change and Aussie stars condemn death of George Floyd.
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With less than a week to go until the revamped Big Brother hits our screens, we take an exclusive first look into the house and reveal some of the secrets of the much-anticipated return.
In his latest controversial move on social media, Pete Evans has supported Trump’s calls for law and order and suggests that the protests are a manufactured distraction.
Solid BFFs Kyle Sandilands and John Ibrahim have spent the day together with their girlfriends as they discuss the whiskey business. SEE PICTURES HERE.
Evan is charming, Dean rekindles his relationship with a most peculiar gift and the producers remind us that Maggie is a teacher.
Singer Billie Eilish has delivered an angry rant against white privilege in an Instagram post to explain why the term “all lives matter” is an insult to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Mia Fevola and Daniel Rioli said they would remain best of friends after the AFL young glamour couple split up earlier this year. Now Mia has opened up about the difficult decision to end their relationship.
If you’re a Scarlett Johansson fan your movie viewing is sorted, with two of tonight’s free-to-air offerings starring the Hollywood heavyweight. Or if you’re in for a scare, the IT reboot is truly up to the task.
Renovating a house in less than a week may appear to be the toughest part of competing in House Rules, WA team Tanya and Dave Dawes said the reality TV experience was not what they expected.
If you’ve been watching more television in isolation, you’re not alone.
Perth’s Brendan Pang, along with a group of other openly gay MasterChef contestants, are standing by their cast-mate Reynold Poernomo despite him making homophobic comments.
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