Headlines:

Brighton man Jeremy Kewley faces 103 child sex abuse charges

An actor with credits on some of Australia's most popular television programs has been charged with more than 100 counts of performing indecent acts on boys.
december 18 | www.theage.com.au

Shoot to thrill as TV series creates buzz around south-eastern Tasmania

If you have been living in Tasmania's south over the past five months or so, you may have noticed some sign of The Kettering Incident around you.
december 13 | www.heraldsun.com.au

Australian Screen Editors Guild Awards reveal winners

The Australian Screen Editors Guild have announced its winners...
december 08 | mumbrella.com.au

Aussie actors find it's flood or drought

The fact is that even those who secure fame and success in the Australian entertainment industry have no guarantee of long-term financial security or ongoing employment. Strip away the glitz and glamour and you find the harsh reality of acting. A world blighted by long periods of unemployment, public scrutiny and regular rejection.
december 05 | www.perthnow.com.au

Vale: Jeff Truman

Screenwriter and actor Jeff Truman, whose prolific body of work includes scripts for Neighbours, Packed to the Rafters, Underbelly, The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Stingers, All Saints and Play School, has died, aged 57.
december 02 | www.tvtonight.com.au

Sony Pictures Television Acquires Australia's Playmaker Media

Sony Pictures Television has acquired Australian independent drama producer Playmaker Media as part of its ongoing international expansion with a focus on scripted fare.
december 01 | www.hollywoodreporter.com

Eleven film & TV projects secure funding

Screen Australia has confirmed production support for eleven television and film projects including a new Seven drama based on the life of Peter Allen
november 26 | www.theaustralian.com.au

Renewed: Jack Irish, The Code

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

Remembering Heartbreak High

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

Zukerman to star in US sci-fi drama

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

Revisited: Why Last Man Standing Was Bloody Good Australian TV

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

Bevan Lee passes the baton on A Place to Call Home

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

How Ed Oxenbould became Hollywood's next big little thing

Raising a child star can be complicated, as a Sydney family discovered when Hollywood came calling.
november 15 | www.theherald.com.au

Asher Keddie will not be returning as Ten pins hopes on more reality shows

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

AC/DC To Be Subjects Of Two-Part ABC Documentary Series

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

Updates:

December 16...
Nowhere Boys episode guide updated
December 01 - 15
Heartbreak High series 2 guide redone
Nowhere Boys episode guide updated
It's a Date series 2 guide completed
Upper Middle Bogan series 2 guide completed
oft-requested kids' drama Home added
Nowhere Boys episode guide updated
The Tribe [NZ] series 4 guide redone
The Tribe [NZ] series 5 guide redone

previous updates

Ratings Top 10

November 23 - 29
1.218m - Nine News - Sunday
1.199m - Seven News - Sunday
1.182m - One Day Cricket - Aus v SA Game 5 Session 2
1.167m - Sunday Night
1.066m - Dancing With The Stars
1.028m - Nine News
0.999m - Australian Story
0.969m - Nine News 6:30
0.959m - Seven News
0.918m - Countdown: Do Yourself A Favour

birthdays:

December
1 - Melissa Jaffer (1936)
3 - Richard Cawthorne (1976)
6 - Alexandra Fowler (1961)
7 - Basia A'Hern (1989)
7 - Emily Browning (1988)
9 - Annalise Braakensiek (1972)
11 - Richard Carter (1953)
11 - Tasneem Roc (1978)
12 - Nicola Charles (1969)
14 - Rebecca Gibney (1964)
14 - Nadine Garner (1970)
15 - Kirsty Lee Allan (1984)
16 - Paul Leyden (1972)
16 - Georgie Parker (1964)
16 - Miranda Otto (1967)
18 - Bridie Carter (1970)
19 - Cameron Nugent (1974)
19 - Alyce Platt (1963)
23 - Lucy Bell (1968)
24 - Danny Raco (1979)
24 - Matt Passmore (1972)
26 - Steve Bisley (1951)
26 - Nikolai Nikolaeff (1981)
28 - Alex Dimitriades (1973)
28 - Neil Pigot (1961)
28 - Josephine Byrnes (1966)