Headlines:

Jessica Marais drops out of Nine’s Bad Mothers

Actress Jessica Marais has dropped out of upcoming Nine drama Bad Mothers and halted acting commitments for the remainder of 2018 to focus on her health.
september 17 | tvtonight.com.au

Live-Action Series Hardball Kicks Off Production in Oz

Northern Pictures has begun filming in Sydney for the live-action scripted show Hardball, which is slated for broadcast on ABC Me in Australia.
august 31 | worldscreen.com

Jacki Weaver, Bryan Brown, Phoebe Tonkin and Ryan Corr star in Stan’s ‘Bloom’

Jacki Weaver, Bryan Brown, Phoebe Tonkin, Ryan Corr, Daniel Henshall and Sam Reid head the cast of Bloom, a supernatural love story packed with adventure, mystery and horror.
august 20 | www.if.com.au

Axed: 800 Words

Speculation about a final season for 800 Words is now confirmed with cast recently noting storylines wrapping up.
august 17 | tvtonight.com.au

New comedy Mr. Black for TEN

Stephen Curry and Nadine Garner will star in a new comedy series for TEN, Mr. Black, produced by CJZ.
august 15 | tvtonight.com.au

Richard Roxburgh rides into political circus for the final Rake

After immersing himself in projects as diverse as penning a children’s book and working on feature films Breath and Go Karts in WA’s South West, Richard Roxburgh returns as everyone’s favourite criminal lawyer, Cleaver Greene.
august 14 | thewest.com.au

Free TV 'stumbles' on kids' issues at content inquiry

When Bridget Fair, CEO of Free TV Australia, appeared before Senators at the Inquiry into Australian Content on Broadcast, Radio and Streaming Services in Sydney last week there was no deviation from the commercial broadcasters' long held position that children's television quotas should be scrapped.
august 09 | www.if.com.au

After more than a decade in the wilderness, outback legend Russell Coight returns

After more than a decade in the wilderness, accident-prone outback legend Russell Coight returns to our screens on Sunday, August 5 for more All Aussie Adventures.
august 02 | thewest.com.au

Lucy Lawless to star in 'My Life is Murder' for Ten

Network Ten has ordered a contemporary mystery-drama series that will follow the exploits of a female private investigator. My Life is Murder will star Lucy Lawless as Alexa Crowe, a fearless PI who solves the most baffling crimes as well as coping with the frustrations of everyday life.
august 01 | www.if.com.au

Terry Norris: "I've had such a bloody, charmed life"

Sitting in a Melbourne café waiting to speak to an industry veteran, I'm struck by the figure outside the window striding towards me. It is actor Terry Norris, 88, who has a decided spring in his step as he heads for his latest press interview.
july 30 | tvtonight.com.au

Why Nicole da Silva believes it's a good time to be a TV actress

In one way, the three characters for which Nicole da Silva is best known could not be more different... But from the outside, there are also clear threads running through all three fictional women: a feistiness, a fighting spirit and a complexity that for a long time has been all too rare in female characters in Australasian television. And that's no accident.
july 26 | www.stuff.co.nz

Seven spin-off, Ms. Fisher's MODern Murder Mysteries announced

Seven has announced a spin-off of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries to centre around the niece of Phryne Fisher. Ms. Fisher's MODern Murder Mysteries will be 4 telemovies set in Melbourne in the 1960s
july 26 | tvtonight.com.au

Updates:

September 18...
Street Smart episode guide updated
Pine Gap episode guide started
Back in Very Small Business guide updated
Black Comedy episode guide updated
September 11 - 17
Westside [NZ] series 4 guide completed
Doctor Doctor guide updated
The Bureau of Magical Things guide updated
Street Smart episode guide updated
800 Words episode guide updated to series finale
Superwog added
A Place to Call Home episode guide updated
Bite Club episode guide updated
Rake guide updated to finale
Back in Very Small Business guide updated
Black Comedy episode guide updated

previous updates

airdates:

September
19 - Black Comedy (ABC)
19 - Playing For Keeps (Ten)
October
01 - Mr Inbetween (Showcase)
09 - Superwog (ABC)
14 - Pine Gap (ABC)

birthdays:

September
1 - Taryn Marler (1988)
1 - Natalie Bassingthwaighte (1975)
1 - Melissa George (1976)
2 - Darcy Bonser (1986)
4 - Kevin Harrington (1959)
4 - Noah Taylor (1969)
5 - Aaron Pedersen (1970)
5 - Alicia Banit (1990)
10 - William McInnes (1963)
10 - Jay Laga'aia (1963)
12 - Pippa Grandison (1970)
12 - Rachel Ward (1957)
12 - Hayley McElhinney (1974)
14 - Sam Neill (1947)
15 - Paula Duncan (1952)
16 - Mary Coustas (1964)
16 - Janet Andrewartha (1952)
17 - Baz Luhrmann (1962)
17 - Bruce Spence (1945)
18 - Don Hany (1975)
18 - Josh Quong Tart (1975)
18 - Nicole da Silva (1981)
19 - Jeremy Lindsay Taylor (1973)
20 - Peter Phelps (1960)
21 - Anthony Hayes (1977)
21 - David Wenham (1965)
24 - Fiona Corke (1961)
24 - Vikki Blanche (1966)
25 - Colin Friels (1952)
26 - Brett Climo (1964)
27 - Ella Scott Lynch (1982)
27 - Tim Campbell (1975)
28 - Marzena Godecki (1978)
28 - Sean Scully (1947)
28 - Matt Day (1971)
28 - Naomi Watts (1968)
29 - Mark Mitchell (1955)
30 - Kaarin Fairfax (1959)