TV news and gossip
TV news and gossip
The Terra Nova pilot cost $20m to make... but was it worth it?
US critics seem fairly happy with Steven Spielberg's new dinosaur drama Terra Nova, praising its special effects but only complaining about silly old things like flimsy characterisations and cliched plotting. Oh, who even cares about that stuff!
Lincoln Lewis joins Neighbours
Add Lincoln Lewis to the short list of Australian actors who've starred in both Home and Away and Neighbours: he's signed up to the latter soap for a four-week stint as a marine biologist.
Melissa George will lead the cast of BBC spy thriller
Former Australian soap star Melissa George will take the lead role in Nemesis, an upcoming suspense thriller produced by the BBC set in the world of international espionage.
Slideshow: actors who refuse to be typecast
You know how some actors pretty much play the same character over and over? You can't accuse the TV actors in this slideshow of always playing the same character: just when they've made a name for themselves with a role, they go and play a wildly different one.
Watch: Sesame Street parodies Glee
Today we'll learn all about the letter G, thanks to Sesame Street's spot-on spoof of Glee — which is groovy, glorious and great. (See how much we've learned already!)
James Franco's latest appearance on General Hospital is his weirdest one yet
Sure, James Franco is an acclaimed film, television and stage actor, a terrific writer, a director, a student, an Oscars host, and super-handsome — but he's also kind of weird.
Charlie's Angels crew member fired for slapping star's bottom
Here's a good way to lose your job: sexually harass a star of the TV show you're working on! A guy working on the Charlie's Angels reboot has lost his job after he slapping leading lady Minka Kelly on the butt.
Australians really, really like The Big Bang Theory
We're a nation that enjoys watching zany nerds laugh it up with hot blondes, according to a survey which claims The Big Bang Theory is Australia's most loved TV show.
Ashton's Two and a Half Men debut scores record ratings
Ashton Kutcher's entry into Two and a Half Men has pulled in some of the ageing sitcom's highest ratings ever. Shhh, nobody tell Charlie Sheen!
The Notebook writer plotting weepy TV show
Start stockpiling tissues now: Nicholas Sparks, the writer behind famously weepy books and films like The Notebook, Dear John and The Last Song, is plotting a TV series.