- ABC's six-part political thriller The Code is shaping up as the most challenging political thriller on Australian television since the BBC's House of Cards
september 29 | theconversation.com
- She's battled depression and very dark times so actress Rebecca Gibney knows how to do emotional convincingly. So well in fact that make-up artists on the set her spellbinding telemovie The Killing Field found themselves repeatedly interrupting filming to touch up her teary eyes.
september 28 | www.dailymail.co.uk
- Shelley Birse confesses that, like many Australians, her perception of Canberra hasn't always been exactly grown-up... But when the television scriptwriter returned to Canberra with a view to setting and filming a political thriller in the city, she began to see her nation's capital in a dramatic new light.
september 20 | www.smh.com.au
- Elaine Lee, the 1970s-era sex symbol and star of the iconic soap Number 96, has died, aged 75.
september 19 | www.smh.com.au
- Straight up: The Code is my favourite ABC drama of 2014. It's a devilish contemporary thriller, fresh and engaging, that would surely stand on a world platform.
september 16 | www.tvtonight.com.au
- [The Code is] a tense, multi-layered and brilliantly acted six-part series that touches on technology, subterfuge, and the lengths governments might go to in order to suppress sensitive information from the public.
september 15 | au.news.yahoo.com
- FANS of cult Australian comedy Danger 5 will have to wait a little longer for the long-awaited second season of the show, with SBS delaying the planned November screening due to "recent ISIS actions."
september 12 | www.dailytelegraph.com.au
- Screentime's ANZAC Girls will premiere in the US next month on US streaming service Acorn TV.
september 12 | if.com.au
- The man who played the bumbling fool of a security guard on Ship to Shore for all three seasons in the 1990s has revealed that he's about to breathe new life into the character.
september 11 | www.news.com.au
- Childhood's End, a US science fiction mini-series based on a classic Arthur C. Clarke novel, will begin filming in Melbourne in November.
september 09 | if.com.au
- The cost of producing and buying Australian TV drama is in danger of becoming prohibitively expensive, while maintaining and enforcing the current quotas for local content is likely to become increasingly difficult, industry experts have warned.
september 08 | mumbrella.com.au
- When Simon Burke describes his new miniseries, Devil's Playground, as "a pretty brutal and harrowing piece of television", doesn't he run the risk of frightening away viewers who have become sick of the subject of crimes committed by Catholic clergy?
september 07 | www.theage.com.au
- Stephen Amell took to the Twitter-verse to announce the latest casting for the CW's Arrow. Former professional Rugby player and Australian actor Matt Nable will join the cast and lead the League of Assassins as Ra's al Ghul.
september 04 | nerdbastards.com
- Aunty has yet to confirm series three of the star-driven drama is yet to go ahead. But lead cast member Shane Jacobson revealed the writing is on the wall after tweeting the show will not go ahead in 2015
september 04 | www.news.com.au
- Bill Kerr was a distinguished Australian character actor who made his name on radio in Hancock's Half Hour
august 29 | www.telegraph.co.uk
- The beloved Australian actor Bill Kerr has died at the age of 92.
august 29 | au.news.yahoo.com
- 06 - Party Tricks (Ten)
- 08 - Timothy (ABC)
- 16 - Upper Middle Bogan (ABC)
- 16 - It's a Date (ABC)
- tba - Danger 5: series 2 (SBS)
Ratings Top 10
- September 14 - 20
- 1.697m - The Block Glasshouse - Sun
- 1.500m - The Block Glasshouse - Mon
- 1.375m - Nine News - Sun
- 1.368m - The Block Glasshouse - Tue
- 1.310m - Seven News - Sun
- 1.215m - Seven News - Sat
- 1.211m - The X Factor - Live Performance
- 1.187m - The Block Glasshouse - Thu
- 1.171m - The Block Glasshouse - Wed
- 1.142m - The X Factor - Live Results
- 1 - Taryn Marler (1988)
- 1 - Natalie Bassingthwaighte (1975)
- 1 - Melissa George (1976)
- 1 - Craig McLachlan (1965)
- 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)
- 14 - Sam Neill (1947)
- 16 - Mary Coustas (1964)
- 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)
- 25 - Colin Friels (1952)
- 26 - Brett Climo (1964)
- 27 - Ella Scott Lynch (1982)
- 28 - Marzena Godecki (1978)
- 28 - Matt Day (1971)
- 28 - Naomi Watts (1968)
- 29 - Mark Mitchell (1955)