Today, Jerry Springer announced his retirement. But, while he might have built the trash television kingdom, he will forever reign as its complicated king.
It might be closer to a burnt pie than a melting pot, but My Kitchen Rules serves up the dish Australians love most: Schadenfreude.
Speaking for the “binge-watch” generation, unlike previous social movements built around drug culture, our high will never end. Forever new, forever solitary.
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.
We spoke with the executive producer behind Q&A, Peter McEvoy and discovered how they pick the tweets that appear on the show, how they assemble the audience and how they ensure the conversation is genuinely national.
Morn-o. What happened while you were asleep? The usual brutality, so we’re ignoring it. We’re having a no-Trump morning. Hooray!
An LBD on breakfast television. Scandal. Fashion should be about empowerment, not an avenue for vast sexism. Wake up to yourself, LA.
With the announcement of shorter GoT series, we say no. Hands off our laziness, you lazy cretins!
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…
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.
For those unaware, Dave Letterman officially retires today from his long running and highly successful Late Show with David Letterman…here’s a story from Mike Welsh about his brush with Letterman fame.
In a sketch from the new season of Inside Amy Schumer, it’s the “Last F#ckable day” for a certain well-known and much-loved American comedy legend…but what the f#uck does this mean and who the f#ck is it?!
After seeing so many female characters casually accept their “magic pregnancies”, Elise Bottle wants shows like “Extant” to be rendered extinct.
In the hazy aftermath of the Logies, Paul Bugeja laments the death of television as Reality TV rises up to take the Gold – RIP OZ TV.