- There is some goood news from ABC this week with two favourite dramas set to return: Jack Irish and The Code.
november 26 | www.tvtonight.com.au/
- November 29 will mark 15 years since the end of this beloved television program, the show that ran for seven seasons from 1994 to 1999 — first on Network Ten, then on the ABC — and tackled everything from teen pregnancy and racism, to drugs, religion and homelessness.
november 26 | www.dailylife.com.au
- After starring as a gifted but troubled computer hacker in ABC's The Code, Ashley Zukerman is set to play a guy whose children have psychic powers in Childhood's End.
november 23 | if.com.au
- Premiering back in 2005, Last Man Standing asked what it meant to be young in Australia. It seemed perfect for the demographic. But as with so many extraordinary things, it couldn't sustain itself for more than one season.
november 20 | junkee.com
- Writer Bevan Lee, who created A Place to Call Home, has hand-picked Susan Bower to take over as Script Producer on the series for Foxtel.
november 19 | www.tvtonight.com.au
- Raising a child star can be complicated, as a Sydney family discovered when Hollywood came calling.
november 15 | www.theherald.com.au
- There was bad news for Asher Keddie fans at Ten's programming launch on Thursday night: not only does the network's 2015 slate not contain Offspring but there was no second series of Party Tricks either.
november 14 | www.theguardian.com
- The television arm of national broadcaster ABC has unveiled an epic line-up of innovative new local content set to hit screens in 2015, including a two-part documentary focusing on Oz-rock legends AC/DC and the creation of their seminal 1980 full-length Back In Black.
november 12 | themusic.com.au
- Matchbox Pictures has secured Patrick Brammall (Upper Middle Bogan, Offspring) as the lead for its new supernatural drama Glitch, which goes into production next week for ABCTV.
november 12 | www.mediaday.com.au
- The ABC will generate revenue from iview by enabling users to buy current and classic series and episodes in the first quarter of next year.
november 12 | www.news.com.au
- JOLENE Anderson is smiling and having fun. That is a major achievement for the 34-year-old actor whose last six years have been an emotional roller-coaster.
november 12 | www.news.com.au
- I'm sure the creators of Black Comedy were not intending for me to hail them as a gift for the rest of us. They are far too clever and biting and deadly for that. The show will not be everybody's cup of tea, but Australian television is all the richer for it.
november 11 | www.thechronicle.com.au
- It was 50 years ago today that the legendary comedy show The Mavis Bramston Show first appeared on our screens.
november 11 | televisionau.com
- These days the title Who Do You Think You Are? refers to a celebrity-themed genealogical series... Back in the Seventies, Who Do You Think You Are? was a show of a much different kind. It was a comedy series produced by ABC
november 05 | televisionau.com
- John Edwards has produced more than 35 series, miniseries and telepics since 1985 in his illustrious career and has rarely made a misstep creatively. So the producer was as surprised as Network Ten executives when Party Tricks opened poorly last month ... and never recovered.
november 04 | if.com.au
- RLJ Entertainment has snapped up the North American rights from Endemol Worldwide Distribution for the first two seasons of A Place to Call Home, an Australian period drama that is due to debut on Acorn TV in the U.S. next month.
november 03 | www.worldscreen.com
- 23 - Nowhere Boys (ABC3)
Ratings Top 10
- November 16 - 22
- 1.127m - Seven News - Sunday
- 1.127m - Sunday Night
- 1.098m - Nine News - Sunday
- 1.014m - Nine News
- 1.000m - Australian Story
- 0.981m - One Day Cricket - Aus v SA Game 3 Session 2
- 0.964m - Countdown: Do Yourself a Favour
- 0.958m - One Day Cricket - Aus v SA Game 4 Session 2
- 0.950m - One Day Cricket - Aus v SA Game 2 Session 2
- 0.940m - Nine News 6:30
- 1 - Tina Arena (1967)
- 1 - Toni Collette (1972)
- 3 - Angus McLaren (1988)
- 4 - Myles Pollard (1972)
- 4 - Robert Menzies (1955)
- 6 - Vince Colosimo (1966)
- 7 - Melissa Bell (1972)
- 8 - Tom Wren (1979)
- 9 - Oliver Ackland (1979)
- 10 - Jessica Tovey (1987)
- 10 - Andrew Morley (1989)
- 11 - Ashleigh Cummings (1992)
- 12 - Kate Bell (1983)
- 14 - Michala Banas (1978)
- 14 - Brooke Satchwell (1980)
- 15 - Lewis Fitz-Gerald (1958)
- 16 - Gigi Edgley (1977)
- 16 - Tim Ferguson (1963)
- 24 - Shane Bourne (1949)
- 28 - Ryan Kwanten (1976)
- 28 - Kristian Schmid (1974)
- 30 - Kate Fischer (1973)