TV & movies
Mads Mikkelsen is perfectly cast as a kindergarten teacher unjustly accused of child abuse in The Hunt.
Last night saw the return of the excellent Bomb Girls, a Canadian series about women who risk their lives to work in a munitions factory making bombs for the Allied forces in Europe in World War II.
REVIEW: A guilty pleasure of being home sick from school or work during the 80s was watching Australian soap Prisoner - it's now been remade.
More couples are now spending time in separate rooms watching their favourite TV shows.
Deaths shake Grey's Anatomy (spoiler)
Grey's Anatomy fans are set for a turbulent time as the ninth series starts next week on TV2.
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So many murders and only the one Nordic jersey in which to solve them - it could only be another season of The Killing.
Baz Luhrmann temporarily lifts the red curtain to reveal how he brought his take on The Great Gatsby to cinematic life.
A group of women who worked as code-breakers during WWII come together years later to use their skills to track down a serial killer.
Plucked from obscurity folding T-shirts in a surf shop for a leading role on Baywatch: Hawaii, it was the haka that helped Hollywood's Jason Momoa rise to fantasy television star.
After four highly entertaining series, Castle's two lead characters have finally, inevitably ended up in bed together.
How many times can you put the same bunch of narcissistic friends together, get them drunk or stoned, and see what happens?
Revisiting the 'TV that defined a generation' exposes the true horrors of turn-of-the-century shows.
One of the most maddening and yet almost unbearably touching biopics imaginable is The Queen's Sister, Rialto, Monday, re-screening on Saturday.
With only 16 episodes left in Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul talks to Kate Mead about his role of a lifetime.
Known for playing criminals and low-lifes, Tim Roth is a caring dad in his latest film, writes Steve Kilgallon.
Exponents frontman Jordan Luck talks to Janie Smith about a documentary filmed to celebrate the band's 30-year history.
Leon Wadham does not consider himself famous, despite having a leading role in the popular New Zealand show Go Girls.
The theme of Vibe's new drama, The Ice Cream Girls, is uncannily timely.
How many more addictive, intelligent television thrillers can decently be fitted into a week? One more it turns out.
The Company You Keep turns a thrilling premise into a contrived and depressing meander through ageing self-righteousness.
Sam Neill talks to Janie Smith about his first Kiwi drama series and the starring role played by his moustache.
Jane Campion's Top of the Lake, set in Queenstown, was about the most demanding watch on television for a long time.
Go Girls is back, but not as you remember it. The popular TV2 dramedy returns to our screens tonight but with an all-new cast.
The only bum note so far in Jane Campion's Top of the Lake has been the lousy accent of American actress Elisabeth Moss.
Kerry-Lee Dewing says she can understand what is motivating her wayward small screen character.
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