Headlines:

Sassy Lucy loves juicy crime role

Having embraced life in her 50s, [Lucy Lawless] jumped at the opportunity to play sassy retired detective Alexa Crowe in CJZ’s seductive new crime drama My Life Is Murder.
july 16 | thewest.com.au

Lambs of God star Essie Davis’ makeunder for the gothic series

A weather-beaten woman with a hatchet hairstyle looks out to sea on a remote clifftop. She could be almost anyone, and there’s nothing in her wild surrounds to reveal where, or even when, she is. Upon closer inspection, she is unmistakably Essie Davis
july 14 | thenewdaily.com.au

KGB sitcom brings Aboriginal characters and Perth stories to TV

For viewers outside WA, the title of ABC’s newest TV show KGB makes the series seem exotic and foreboding...
july 06 | thewest.com.au

Star studded cast join Rebecca Gibney on Nine's Halifax: Retribution

Nine today announced that acclaimed actors Anthony LaPaglia and Jessica Marais are joining Rebecca Gibney for the gripping crime thriller mini-series HALIFAX: Retribution.
july 01 | tvblackbox.com.au

Wentworth's —— —— on her character's shock death and the friends she has left behind

If you're a Wentworth fan then you would have been as shocked as the rest of us when...
june 28 | www.stuff.co.nz

Golden Globe winner to star in Stan’s $20m new drama production

Stan and Screen Australia, in association with Create NSW have announced a new Stan Original series The Commons... the series will star Golden Globe Winner and three-time Emmy Nominee, Joanne Froggatt as well as Damon Herriman in a supporting role
june 26 | www.mediaweek.com.au

Westside's new Cheryl West finds familiarity in Kiwi drama

It was a case of second time lucky for Jessica Grace Smith when she won the part of Westside's Cheryl West. Smith, who played Summer Bay's Denny Miller on Home And Away, had auditioned for the local drama previously but lost the role to Australian Ashleigh Cummings.
june 20 | www.stuff.co.nz

Westside's David de Lautour on the right side of the law in Wentworth

After four years as Westside's career criminal Ted West, David de Lautour is no stranger to life behind bars. But his new role is putting him on the right side of them for a change.
june 20 | www.stuff.co.nz

Surf drama Barons for ABC

Barons, a new 8 part drama which centres around young surfers who create billion-dollar empires has been announced for ABC.
june 19 | tvtonight.com.au

Wentworth's Kate Jenkinson opens up about her remarkable five years spent playing prison inmate Allie Novak

She was living in LA, pursuing a dream of Hollywood success, when Kate Jenkinson found out she'd landed a role in Aussie drama Wentworth. It was a dream come true for the long-time fan of the series, who packed her bags and returned home for the part.
june 14 | www.nowtolove.com.au

Seven Studios announces new comedy starring Michala Banas

Seven Studios has announced a new comedy show starring Michala Banas, Benson Jack Anthony and Duncan Fellows. Fam Time is being produced for the Seven Network.
june 07 | mumbrella.com.au

Inside the story: the ABC of screenwriting as demonstrated by ABC’s The Heights

Why do we tell stories, and how are they crafted? In this series, we unpick the work of the writer on both page and screen.
may 23 | theconversation.com

Kat Stewart is superb in breath-of-fresh-air comedy-drama Five Bedrooms

Five Bedrooms is a breath of fresh air in the world of commercial television, a home-grown drama with a good dollop of comedy that addresses some of the hot-button issues of our time without feeling preachy or overly contrived. Its approach to casting is impressive too: diverse without making an enormous show of it.
may 31 | www.smh.com.au

New SBS drama Hungry Ghosts to star Clare Bowen and Bryan Brown

Clare Bowen (Nashville) and Bryan Brown (Bloom, Sweet Country, Old School) lead an ensemble cast in the four-part SBS original series Hungry Ghosts, which is currently in production in Melbourne.
may 30 | www.mediaweek.com.au

The Letdown proves uplifting for Lucy

When Alison Bell and Sarah Scheller’s motherhood dramedy The Letdown hit TV screens back in 2017, viewers were hooked. Not only was it funny, relatable and achingly real, but it drew a collective nod of agreement from struggling mothers everywhere. This was the reason Perth-raised actress Lucy Durack was so keen to be involved.
may 28 | thewest.com.au

Updates:

July 15...
Westside [NZ] episode guide updated
Wentworth episode guide updated
My Life is Murder guide updated
Mean Mums [NZ] episode guide updated
Golden Boy [NZ] added, guide started
The Heights episode guide updated
July 08 - 14
Westside [NZ] episode guide updated
Wentworth episode guide updated
KGB added
My Life is Murder episode guide started
Squinters series 2 guide started
Mean Mums [NZ] added
The Heights episode guide updated
Squinters series 2 guide completed
KGB episode guide completed
Harrow series 2 guide completed

previous updates

airdates:

July
21 - Lambs of God (Fox Showcase)
24 - Australian Survivor (10)
August
01 - The Hunting (SBS)
04 - Les Norton (ABC)
14 - Diary Of An Uber Driver (ABC)
21 - Utopia (ABC)

birthdays:

July
1 - Nick Giannopoulos (1963)
2 - Andrew Curry (1972)
2 - Grant Dodwell (1952)
3 - Jane Allsop (1975)
4 - Ben Tari (1972)
4 - Scott Major (1975)
4 - Ray Meagher (1944)
5 - Kip Gamblin (1975)
6 - Geoffrey Rush (1951)
8 - Ian McFadyen (1948)
10 - Danielle Horvat (1991)
10 - Jeffrey Walker (1982)
14 - John Wood (1946)
14 - Deborah Mailman (1972)
14 - Joy Smithers (1963)
15 - Chloe Bayliss (1991)
17 - Matthew Holmes (1976)
18 - Shaun Micallef (1962)
18 - Andy Anderson (1947)
18 - Grant Bowler (1968)
19 - Ivar Kants (1949)
23 - Eva Lazzaro (1995)
23 - Terence Stamp (1939)
24 - Chris Haywood (1948)
24 - Rose Byrne (1979)
25 - Christopher Gabardi (1969)
26 - Madeleine West (1979)
26 - Abe Forsythe (1981)
26 - Jonny Pasvolsky (1972)
27 - George Kapiniaris (1962)
27 - Jeremy Callaghan (1967)
27 - Ewen Leslie (1980)
27 - Indiana Evans (1990)
30 - Simon Baker (1969)
30 - Philip Quast (1957)
31 - Brittany Byrnes (1987)
31 - Ernie Dingo (1956)