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‘Will & Grace’ returning early for eleventh and final season

‘Will & Grace’ returning early for eleventh and final season

Will & Grace‘s final season has been brought forward to this month and fans are getting ready to say goodbye all over again. Originally due to come out in 2020, the show’s eleventh season over two decades will bring the story of Jack, Karen, Grace and Will to an end this month. NBC have already […]

Neil Patrick Harris joins new faces in ‘Matrix 4’

Neil Patrick Harris joins new faces in ‘Matrix 4’

The Matrix series is getting a long awaited fourth addition with the original cast and creators returning to the big screen. Neil Patrick Harris is one of the first new faces announced to be joining the Matrix 4 cast, along with Keanu Reeves, Jada Pinkett Smith, Carrie-Ann Moss and Laurence Fishburne from the original trilogy. Other […]

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While waiting for the next series of Wentworth, check out Avlu!

While waiting for the next series of Wentworth, check out Avlu!

Fans of the TV series Wentworth will be waiting until 2020 to find out what happens next in the series, but in the meantime you can experience the Turkish version of the show Avlu! The Australian series been a major success around the globe, it’s been seen in more than 90 countries, but they’ve also remade the […]

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Review | Timothée Chalamet is reluctant to become ‘The King’

Review | Timothée Chalamet is reluctant to become ‘The King’

The King | Dir: David Michôd | ★ ★ ★ ★  ½  Derived loosely from Shakespeare’s trilogy of plays, it shows how the reluctant heir to the English throne Prince Hal (Timothée Chalamet who was in the 2017 film Call Me By Your Name) is forced to become King Henry V after his tyrannical father King […]

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Reg Watson, creator of iconic TV programs, dies aged 93

Reg Watson, creator of iconic TV programs, dies aged 93

Reg Watson, the writer who created a swag of iconic Australian television programs, has died aged 93. Watson was behind some of the best known Australian TV shows including Prisoner, which was re-made as Wentworth, plus Neighbours, Sons and Daughters and The Young Doctors. His most famous creation is Neighbours, which will celebrate its thirtieth birthday in 2020. The show […]

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Review | ‘Judy’ is a showcase of two brilliant performers

Review | ‘Judy’ is a showcase of two brilliant performers

Judy | Dir: Rupert Goold | M | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  In the winter of 1968 and 1969, Judy Garland arrived in swinging London to perform a five-week sold-out run at The Talk of the Town nightclub. At 46 years of age, it had been 30 years since she skipped along the yellow brick road […]

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Cast revealed for Russell T. Davies’ HIV drama ‘Boys’

Cast revealed for Russell T. Davies’ HIV drama ‘Boys’

Queer As Folk creator Russell T. Davies has revealed some of the cast of his upcoming drama, which will shine a light on the beginnings of the AIDS crisis of the 80s and 90s. Boys will follow the lives of three young gay friends in London and the impact of HIV on their lives across […]

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‘Queer Eye’ heads to Japan for four international makeovers

‘Queer Eye’ heads to Japan for four international makeovers

The Fab Five are heading to Japan for another special mini-season outside of their home country. Last year Antoni, Karamo, Tan, Bobby and Jonathan came to Yass, Australia for the first Queer Eye episode outside of the US – and this time they’re heading to the Pacific Rim for We’re In Japan!  The quintet will be joined […]

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Darlene and David show support for Mark on ‘The Connors’

Darlene and David show support for Mark on ‘The Connors’

Spoilers: This story is about a recent episode of the TV show The Connors The latest episode of The Conners to air in the USA has been lauded with praise for the way it’s handled a character coming out. Ames McNamara plays 12 year-old Mark on the Roseanne spin-off. Since he joined the story in the revived Roseanne […]

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Julia Zemiro takes Magda Szubanski back to her childhood home

Julia Zemiro takes Magda Szubanski back to her childhood home

Julia Zemiro takes Magda Szubanski back to her childhood haunts in the new series of Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery.   Magda takes Julia to her childhood home and recalls hours spent sitting in front of the TV balancing a cushion on her head, and the aluminium windows that inspired the creation of her character Sharon Strzelecki. She […]

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