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She’s the breakout star of a make-or-break season for MasterChef, but what makes Melissa Leong such a hit with viewers? She reveals the driving force behind her work and why she’s uncomfortable with being called a trailblazer.
Heartbreak at the final hurdle — very public heartbreak at that — and torrents of cruel abuse from people they’d never laid eyes on, weren’t enough to dissuade some reality dating stars from trying it all again. What made them return to do it all again?
He won Aussie fans over in his role as Patrick Reid in the popular show Offspring. But Matt Le Nevez is back in a new, gritty role in global crime thriller, Absentia.
Controversial Tiger King star Carole Baskin is still reaping the rewards from the notorious documentary series, reportedly earning thousand of dollars a day on an online greeting website.
Big Brother contestant Casey Mazzucchelli has taken a stand against racist abuse on Instagram after the eviction of fellow West Australian Angela Clancy.
Channel 7’s Plate of Origin, starring celebrity chefs Matt Preston and Gary Mehigan, will pit the world’s best-loved cuisines against each other to see which country has the best food.
A period drama sees Lily Sullivan laced into a corset for a new world.
As predicted, Jasmine begins hatching an elaborate plan to get full custody of baby Gracie and the investigation continues.
New figures reveal viewers of breakfast TV shows Sunrise and Today spend more time watching one show than the other. So which pair of hosts wins out when it comes to keeping viewers switched on in the mornings?
On the surface, celebrity vet Dr Chris Brown appears to have it all. But, as the revamped The Living Room will reveal, even he isn’t perfect.
The iconic laughs from the 1990s are back with the animation making a move from MTV to Comedy Central.
As isolation partners go, The Living Room’s charismatic chef Miguel Maestro admits his wife and children pulled the short straw.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s American founding fathers musical tells of immigrants, slavery, division and gun violence, issues that remain problematic today.
Colby is very impressed with his policing work and believes the diner break-in and Gracie kidnapping are no coincidence and is going to nail one of the Parata boys.
“A super sized season means super sized problems for the Byrdes.”
He’s the good guy who makes a perfect bad guy. Dermot Mulroney talks about his role in Hanna, as the evil boss of government teen assassin program, Utrax.
After weeks of speculation over when crazy Jasmine was planning to steal baby Gracie, another Summer Bay resident comes out of nowhere and takes the title.
A Grease throwback in the opening scene, Tane pumps iron while Colby continues his investigation and Ryder says his final goodbye to his dad.
A Queensland man has claimed that Chris Lilley based his Jonah from Tonga character on him in the show Summer Heights High, making him feel “embarrassed” and “exploited”.
The Aussie streaming service will be forced to de-list 500 hours worth of content as its deal with US based ViacomCBS comes to an end.
Sunrise presenter Samantha Armytage is blissfully happy with her new fiance but admits the intense scrutiny on her private life can be hard to take.
Australian TV reporter Amelia Brace will testify before US Congress about being struck by police, to make way for a controversial appearance by President Donald Trump.
Shane Vincentwas shocked to be evicted from the Big Brother house — but it was nothing compared to the surprise he got when he called his wife.
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