Those who attempt to mash philosophical meaning into adult cartoons are usually off the mark. However, BoJack Horseman deserves the overthink, as it is a great nuanced discussion about mental health.
Disney are tying VR and movie merch with clothing that can simulate hugs, snakes, even a gut punch. Dibs not watching the showdown between Simba and Scar ever again…
Elon Musk’s recent nonsense on Twitter places him on a similar trajectory to Kanye West. But who is to blame? Us, or him?
Our pioneering advice columnist Dotty returns to air our your dirty laundry. This week, it’s how to shut your partner up during your programs.
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Giselle Atlas puts forward the case that High School Musical is the greatest film trilogy of our time.
If there’s a measure for how bad we’re doing as species, it’s clickbait. So, we’ve done a quick lap of the internet, and here’s what we’ll no longer have moving forward. Shocked? I’m not.
The sound emanating from the town of Twin Peaks is abject criticism. So much so, that it has me wondering if the critics themselves have actually watched it.
All those hours binge-watching might actually have a use (beyond expanding your waistline) as Harvard is now offering an education in Game of Thrones. Yes, really.
Stupidity again dragged its feet over the landscape, with the Trump family not understanding society, Donald Glover killing a man and the people of New York getting petty as only they absolutely can.
With today being the day that Twin Peaks returns to television, I walked the actual streets of that fabled town to discover that the owls are not what they seem. And that you can merchandise everything.
The phenomena that made President Trump lie at the feet of Kim Kardashian, Mark Zuckerberg and ourselves. Are we not entertained?
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 clearly tried too hard to wring meaning from Trump’s political campaign. Given his past, it’s so obvious. Real obvious.
Emerging from a self-imposed holiday news ban, Polly Chester discovered that she didn’t miss it, and she’ll be taking a new path in 2016.
Media junkie Sam Blacker explains what is lost (and sometimes gained) when a TV series is adapted from one country to another.
Asian Australian actor Aileen Huynh speaks out about the racial stereotyping she faces in the industry, claiming that diversity doesn’t favour all.
Playboy Magazine, as Jordan King-Lacroix surmises, that with less nudity, they can become much more.
Following the death of entertainment industry stalwart Stuart Wagstaff, John Mangos recalls a man of many letters – in fact an entire alphabet!
We love the new initiative, Gig Buddies, being launched by Councillor Jenny Green, as it pairs up those with disabilities with carers to get them to gigs around Sydney #TBSLikes
Troy Maguire takes apart the way women, particularly overweight women, are viewed and represented across entertainment and the media, questioning what he terms the “sexual apartheid” nature of such.
Xavier Toby had the idea of starting a website or newspaper which reported only positive, good news, but was deterred after realising: nobody cares.
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?