• Returning: Wide World of Sports

    After nine years off-screen Nine’s Wide World of Sports returns to Channel Nine at 9:30am Sunday March 16th. Ken Sutcliffe returns to the hosting role he once had alongside Max Walker between 1989 and 1998. Now he will be joined by ‘revolving’ co-hosts including Adam Gilchrist, James Brayshaw, Nicole Livingstone, Giaan Rooney, and Michael Slater. […]

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  • How I Met Britney’s guest role

    Maybe she was inspired by Paris Hilton’s nod at a role in My Name is Earl, but Britney Spears has signed on to guest star in an upcoming episode of CBS’ How I Met Your Mother. She will play a character called Abby, who works in the doctor’s office of Ted, the main character played […]

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  • Dance honeymoon ends as media turns

    Hit the stopwatch, we are now officially seeing media turn on SYTYCDA’s honeymoon. Backstabbing! Bitchiness! Headlines that start with B! Today’s Daily Telegraph details how ejected Sydney dancer Kassy Lee was “overheard complaining in a Surry Hills cafe about the voting process which led to her being voted off the show.” Well, duh. According to […]

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  • Jono Coleman joins Kerri-Anne

    The morning wars continue with news that ex-Sunrise regular Jonathan Coleman will now appear on Mornings with Kerri-Anne. Coleman and Molly Meldrum were demoted last week in favour of permanent Entertainment Reporter James Tobin. Producer Adam Boland was reportedly unhappy that the two had commitments which limited their availability for the Seven brekkie show. A […]

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  • Ray for pay

    Ray Martin gone from Nine screens? Not necessarily. He may not be on the payroll with his rumoured $2m pay packet, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be contracted for single stories on 60 Minutes. Cast and crew of the programme have planned a send-off for Martin tonight at La Grillade restaurant. “Hopefully it won’t […]

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  • Racing streak airs on Sky

    Six guys at a race in Echuca, Victoria, decided to discard their clothes and give punters a bit of an eyeful on Sky Racing on Sunday. Warning: Nudity may cause hilarity.

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  • Gallery: Blue Water High

    The third series of the ABC’s popular teen surf soap, Blue Water High returns to the ABC on Thursday April 3rd at 5:30pm. There are 26 new episodes of the Southern Star series, and a bunch of new students ready for an endless summer of carving, laybacks, pipelines and the odd occasion of landing in […]

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  • Allo Allo to screen in Germany

    Listen very carefully, I shall say zees only once. Classic Britcom ‘Allo ‘Allo will finally screen in its last frontier -Germany. What on earth would Lt Gruber, Helga and Herr Flick make of this news? 25 years after it first screened in the UK, the comedy set against the French Resistance and Nazi-occupied France, will […]

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  • On a high, dancer drops the F word

    Pure emotion got the better of Sermsah Bin Saad as he was eliminated from So You Think You Can Dance Australia tonight. Driving on adrenalin, he turned to his fellow dancers and said “You guys are ******* awesome!” It was bleeped out by TEN. Explaining himself, Sermsah told a surprised Natalie Bassinghwaighte, “I’m from the […]

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  • Axed: The L Word

    “L” is for last as US cable network Showtime announces the sixth and final season of the once-controversial prime time drama headed by west-coast lesbians, The L Word. Eight episodes have been ordered for an early 2009 premiere, down from the usual 13. Showtime executives and series creator/executive producer Ilene Chaiken believed that eight additional […]

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  • New South Wales lures producers

    NSW Premier Morris Iemma is trying to lure more film and television productions to New South Wales by cutting red tape tied up at local council levels. On Sunday he announced new measures which would give a presumption of approval for filming anywhere in the state, unless exceptional circumstances were put forward by local councils. […]

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  • Nine HD launches March 17, to be sure, to be sure…

    The Nine Network will launch its HD service next Monday, March 17. Possibly hoping for the luck of the Irish, that’s also St. Patrick’s Day. The Australian Financial Review reports Nine HD will air on PBL-owned east coast stations and WIN affiliates in Adelaide and Perth. The channel will offer a block of programming simulcasting […]

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