• Indiana leaving Summer Bay

    Home and Away producers have decided not to renew Indiana Evans’ contract. Evans, who plays Matilda Hunter, will leave the Seven soap in October. Her departure is likely to particularly upset one of her male co-stars, Lincoln Lewis. While the actors have not openly admitted to it, Lewis – the son of former rugby league […]

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  • No Corey in BB party house

    Corey Worthington’s manager has denied he has made a deal with Big Brother producers. “We had talks and there has been speculation,” Max Markson said. “But this is rumour and nothing more.” Worthington has long been rumoured to make an appearance as an intruder -at 17 he is too young to be a legitimate contestant. […]

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  • Slight improve by Leckie

    Seven boss David Leckie has made “a tiny improvement” over the weekend, but remains in intensive care in hospital. His condition, caused by an infection and ongoing injury with his hand, stabilised on Friday, and hospital spokesman David Faktor said “he remains in a serious but stable condition. He remains in intensive care but all […]

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  • Which is the spectacular bit?

    Jason Alexander is a very funny actor. In Seinfeld he was just hilarious as the conceited, obnoxious George Costanza. He was pretty perfect as the voice of Duckman too. But as with the ‘curse of Seinfeld‘ he has hasn’t managed to shake off the Costanza tag. Appearances in the US version of Thank God You’re […]

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  • Big Brother reveals grandma housemate

    TEN has revealed what it claims is the first Big Brother housemate for 2008 during ads on air tonight: Terri, a 52yo* grandmother. “I’m outspoken, opinionated and loud apparently. “I admire Pauline Hanson very much. She does remind me a bit of myself. A lot of people that we’ve let come here have brought all […]

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  • Gallery: Dance top 4

    Kate, Rhys, Demi and Jack have now danced (as Nat kept telling us) their final routines of the So You Think You Can Dance Australia competition – and put in sterling efforts, too. There were some great routines, especially the Chicago duet by Jack and Rhys, the uplifting contemporary duet by Rhys and Demi, and […]

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  • When Dannii met the Woodchopper

    Last year we saw a champion gum-leaf blower. This year one of the entrants in Australia’s Got Talent is a woodchopper. Does it get much more Aussie than this? Yes there are dancing dogs, a kid with an accordion, jugglers, a dodgy Abba act and a bloke who sings like Farnsy. But Dannii Minogue was […]

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  • Nine grabs back ratings win

    It was a tight week with the two big networks overtaking one another night after night -but Nine has won Week 16. Nine had a 28.2% share over Seven’s 27.4% and TEN’s 22.2%. The ABC had 16.7% and SBS 5.5%. Nine won Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. It tied in Adelaide. Perth was won by Seven. […]

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  • CNN journo in kinky arrest

    CNN journo Richard Quest, who was arrested in New York’s Central Park on Friday with methamphetamine in his jacket pocket was not only carrying drugs, but also had a rope tied around his neck and his genitals, the New York Post reports. Police had approached Quest for loitering, when he admitted voluntarily, “I’ve got some […]

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  • Logies: the roll call begins

    Organisers for the 50th TV Week Logie Awards have so far been tight-lipped about special guests for the big night, now only two weeks away. No international television stars have yet been announced (Wouldn’t Gordon Ramsay be the #1 name to get right now?). But today they have announced some local presenters, and promised pop […]

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  • On a Mischa for MTV

    Fresh from receiving a three year probation in relation to her drink driving charges in the US, Mischa Barton is heading our way for the MTVAAs next Sunday. Barton, best known for The OC, joins a growing list of music, tabloid and media personalities: Wyclef Jean, 50 Cent, Juliette Lewis & The Licks, Eve, The […]

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  • Top dollar for News lead

    Reports today that Channel Nine has a lot riding on Million Dollar Wheel to aid its News bulletin come as no surprise. “We’ve just lost our way a little bit over the past few years, and what we’re doing now is building the foundations for the next five years,” news director Ian Cook said. Nine’s […]

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