TV & movies
Tabatha the lesbian hairdresser continues to fascinate, no matter how often I see her.
Stories of murder, domestic violence, revenge and kidnapping have been named the best New Zealand movies ever made.
When I heard about the clever premise of TV2's new Thursday reality TV show, Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners, I had to tune in.
Horror on horror's head: a black man at Downton Abbey.
Kerry Greenwood has long expected outcry about her heroine, who has been described as an 'obnoxious airhead' and 'tramp'.
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Fans of Downton Abbey, rejoice! There will be another season yet of period romance at the country estate.
One-time Brat Packer Rob Lowe plays President John F Kennedy in an upcoming movie.
REVIEW: The Butler succeeds as an impassioned and necessary portrait of an entire era in recent American history.
If About Time is indeed Richard Curtis' final film, it is a rousing farewell.
From the impressive to the truly painful, see before-they-were famous actors desperate for a part.
Actress Michelle Ang has taken another step towards stardom, with a guest spot on Grey's Anatomy.
Sons of Anarchy star was only getting paid US$125,000 to play S&M fan Christian Grey.
An all-stars team picked from previous Project Runway series had to happen so in Project Runway – All Stars it's back with the old and in with the new.
A first photo of Dame Kiri Te Kanawa in costume for her stint in UK hit drama Downton Abbey has been released.
A new Australian series is full of caricatures and melodrama but that's not necessarily a bad thing, says Kiwi star Craig Hall.
Behind The Candelabra is a fascinating yarn, done justice by a hugely talented and intelligent film-maker.
Watch an exclusive clip of Hugh Laurie as Mr Watts is the movie adoption of Lloyd Jones's Mr Pip
Gwyneth Paltrow empathises with sex addicts because they have a "painful and shameful" disease.
Top Of The Lake has struck gold after winning an Emmy and there could be another seven to come.
Few light drama series are more reliably entertaining than Nothing Trivial, back on TV One.
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