Stan’s new series Rutherford Falls is an almost achingly thoughtful endeavour, fostering compassion and understanding.
- by Brad Newsome
Cristin Milioti stars as a woman escaping her controlling marriage to the ultimate ‘techbro’.
- by Kylie Northover
Quiz ringmasters Tom Gleisner, Adam Hills and Bill Bailey explain the X-factor of making a successful panel show.
- by Ben Pobjie
The 93-year-old Academy Awards have been resistant to change, but COVID restrictions and the direction of Steven Soderbergh mean this year’s will be different.
- by Jake Coyle
Kate Winslet knew she wanted to play Mare as soon as she read Brad Ingelsby’s script. She just didn’t realise how hard it would be to let her go afterwards.
- by Stephanie Bunbury
Streaming services are the shiny new players in the TV-verse, but that hasn’t stopped legacy networks and pay-TV from finding ways to keep viewers on board.
- by Debi Enker
The versatile Tom Riley is tackling sci-fi fantasy in The Nevers − and getting over when Robert Pattinson took his limelight.
- by Mark Kennedy
Anthony Bourdain provided the inspiration for this series on the cuisine of the Torres Strait islanders.
- by Melinda Houston
Seven-part TV series Gallipoli was launched in 2015 with great fanfare, but tanked in the ratings. It’s worth another watch.
- by Louise Rugendyke
Entering the Brick Pit is kind of like taking a ride through Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. Except there’s lots of tiny pieces of plastic, and Ryan “Brickman” McNaught doesn’t sing.
- by Ben Pobjie
The Exposed investigation of the 1979 tragedy is undermined by true-crime cliches and overly dramatic recreations.
- by Craig Mathieson