For my money, Channel 9’s juggernaut reality show “Married at First Sight” is equal to Tinder in damaging our perception of what love actually is.
Today we launch a brand-new section, TBS Boomers – a voice to the Baby Boomers of this land. To kick things off, we spoke with Australian television icon Tony Barber about the importance of luck, and what sage advice he’d give the teenage Tony.
Morn-o. What happened while you were asleep? The usual brutality, so we’re ignoring it. We’re having a no-Trump morning. Hooray!
We sit in the golden age of television. Factoring the sheer scope and the larger questions it poses, Westworld might the grandest of them all.
Sex on screen used to be so scarce that viewers would tune in to just about anything to skim some skin. But with the novelty-factor worn off, perhaps plot and character development is our new raunch.
I’ve witnessed the phenomena of smart people engrossed in stupid television first hand. But I’m still unsure why. Help me out?
Game of Thrones’ Season Six is upon us, and goddamn it, I have some questions.
With the conclusion of American Crime Story: The People vs OJ Simpson, the biggest crime was the treatment of women involved in the case.
Why the shade fest against Waleed Aly and Lee Lin Chin? Is it because the 2016 Logies might actually mean something? Is that the problem?
The pointlessness of modern TV makes me yearn for a simpler time. One of brownie-truths and talking horses – Mike Welsh
Mike Welsh hates clickbait, so in order to explain why, he’s actively participated in it, recounting a night he was forced to pull Molly Meldrum…
For one TBS reader, sensationalist shows such as Border Security have turned his Nan away from empathy and toward casual racism.
The new wave of on-demand content providers lead by Netflix is set deal cable TV a terminal blow in 2016, as Michael Gill explains.
As her favourite radio host is now on holidays, Ingeborg van Teeseling explains the unique and strangely real relationships we form with our chosen media figureheads.
Media junkie Sam Blacker explains what is lost (and sometimes gained) when a TV series is adapted from one country to another.
Susannah McDonald has lived through the pain of losing a beloved TV series and has shared some tips with TBS to help you overcome your grief.
This TBS Ten features Wil Anderson who discusses Donald Trump, bad film reviews and what happens to his old Thirsty Merc t-shirts…
Mike Welsh has a problem, uncontrollably yelling at the TV, but admittance is the first step to recovery and he wants to help you too.
If God had a pop quiz, then it would be Nevermind the Buzzcocks, writes Lyssa Campbell, and sadly, God’s pop quiz is no more.
We may all be guilty of using the TV as a babysitter occasionally, but Anne Johnston reckons Cartoon Network Australia are creating a nanny state with their frequent, unnecessary censorship.
Attention all TV geeks, Elise Bottle has an emergency announcement…popular animation The Legend of Korra just aired its series finale, with the last scene centering on a same-sex relationship. #itsabouttime.
Anthea Fahy asks whether animated TV shows have become more poignant than sitcoms and whether traditional comedies are now a little bit, let’s face it, shit?