Reviews

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Move over Hunted. TV's most addictive new reality series is a rollercoaster of twists, Tassie wilderness and Hugo Weaving's hypnotic voice.
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This slice of suburban life, told across 8 interconnecting stories ,is an inspiring, clever tapestry with some knockout performances.
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Bryan Brown & Greta Scacchi star as two grey nomads searching for answers on the road up north, but may find themselves first.
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Even though the heroic story of the Thai Cave Rescue is well-known, it is powerfully told in the hands of director Ron Howard.
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Morally, ethically, you'll be torn by Nathan Fielder's bizarre TV experiment to "rehearse" life's big moments -and you won't be able to look away.
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9
A good cast is wasted in a UK melodrama that promised much more than it delivers.
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NITV's fresh new doco series follows Indigenous students who leave family for their shot at the prestigious Geelong Grammar.
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3
Stan's bonkers new movie spoken entirely in gibberish comes with different subtitles depending on which version you watch.
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3
Rarriwuy Hick stars as a detective caught between two worlds and a red centre crime, in a new First Nations drama.
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9
A sprawling ensemble unleashes some serious acting chops in Foxtel's complex new whodunnit.
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A camp, comic take on Pride & Prejudice translates surprisingly well to an LGBTQI+ escape -where inclusion is not for everybody.
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A seminal LGBTQI+ drama resets for a new generation with a fabulous cast and a new crisis for its universe.