HBO confirmed as official partner on ‘Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries’ spin-off ‘Miss S’

Miss S, the new Chinese scripted format adaptation of the globally popular Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, will air across South East Asia following a drama deal struck by leading independent distributor all3media international with WarnerMedia Entertainment Networks Asia Pacific... This is the first Australian television series to have been re-versioned in China.
september 16 | tva.onscreenasia.com

Wentworth wraps filming

Wentworth completed its final filming on Friday, bringing to an end 100 episodes of the acclaimed Foxtel series.
september 07 | tvtonight.com.au

Spiritual awakening

Matchbox Pictures’ ‘genre-bending’ four-parter Hungry Ghosts breaks new ground with a story set among a Vietnamese-Australian community where the trauma of the Vietnam War is reawakened in the form of ghosts.
august 24 | dramaquarterly.com

Buckle up as SBS commissions new heist series The Unusual Suspects

SBS today announced the talented and award-winning creative team behind its new original Australian fiction commission The Unusual Suspects, as pre-production commences in Sydney.
august 17 | tvblackbox.com.au

Between hope and threat, children's television takes advantage of sales

As ACTF head Jenny Buckland emphasises, the sector is adaptable, is attracting new creators and sells well. It has everything going for it – sort of.
august 14 | www.artshub.com.au

New ABC drama series The Fires is inspired by Australia’s devastating bushfire season

The Fires, set to air on ABC, is a serialised anthology inspired by the extraordinary stories of the people who survived last summer’s catastrophic fire season and continue to endure their aftermath today.
august 13 | thewest.com.au

Thomas Jane to star in crime drama series Troppo

Thomas Jane (The Expanse) is set to star in and executive produce the new crime drama series Troppo. The series will be an adaptation of Candice Fox’s crime novel Crimson Lake which is set in Queensland, Australia.
august 07 | www.flickeringmyth.com

Hoodlum Entertainment resumes shooting ‘Harrow’ 3

Filming of the third season of Hoodlum Entertainment/the ABC’s Harrow resumed on Monday in Brisbane and South-East Queensland after star Ioan Gruffudd came out of quarantine.
august 05 | www.if.com.au

John Wood spills ‘Blue Heelers’ secrets in memoir ‘How I Clawed My Way To The Middle’

John Wood has opened up about the real reason Channel 7 chose to axe Blue Heelers.
august 04 | www.dailytelegraph.com.au

RFDS cameras roll in Broken Hill for Channel 7 as full cast announced

The gripping new eight-hour drama is based in Australia’s red centre, where the modern-day heroes of the Royal Flying Doctor Service navigate private lives as turbulent and profound as the heart stopping emergencies they attend.
august 03 | tvblackbox.com.au

Playmaker creators jump off speeding train

Having built their production company into an impressive conveyor of dreams, David Maher and David Taylor are getting ready to leave.
july 31 | www.artshub.com.au

Ms. Fisher season to premiere on Acorn TV

Season 2 of Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries will premiere in Australia on Acorn TV before a later broadcast through Seven.
july 29 | tvtonight.com.au

Kate Jenkinson locks down in Wentworth

The actor playing the latest 'Top Dog' talks about her role in the iconic prison drama, on the eve of its eighth season.
july 28 | www.artshub.com.au

Television drama guru Bevan Lee on his best yet: Between Two Worlds

Created by Bevan Lee, the TV drama guru told Mediaweek it is his best yet, and from the man who has All Saints, Always Greener, Packed to the Rafters and Winners & Losers on his IMDB credits, it is quite a claim.
july 22 | www.mediaweek.com.au

Jonathan M. Shiff on new shooting protocols and why the TV Producer Offset must be doubled

Shooting of the second series of Jonathan M. Shiff Productions’ The Bureau of Magical Things resumed in Queensland on June 29, one of the first to restart after the lockdown.
july 20 | www.if.com.au

Netflix seeks voluntary Australian content spending scheme

Facing the prospect that the Federal Government will impose local content spending obligations on SVOD services, Netflix asserts it wants the right to negotiate how much it invests over the next three years.
july 06 | www.if.com.au


September 15 - 21
Mean Mums [NZ] guide updated
Golden Boy [NZ] guide updated
Wentworth episode guide updated
Halifax Retribution guide updated
Girl From Tomorrow guide and expanded cast pages upgraded with better pics
September 08 - 14
Mean Mums [NZ] series 2 guide started
Golden Boy [NZ] series 2 guide started
The Sounds [NZ/CA] added
Mystic [NZ] guide completed to ep 8
Halifax Retribution guide updated
Wentworth episode guide updated
The Heights guide updated
Crashburn episode guide upgraded

previous updates


15 - Mean Mums [NZ]
15 - Golden Boy [NZ]


1 - Natalie Bassingthwaighte (1975)
1 - Melissa George (1976)
2 - Darcy Bonser (1986)
4 - Kevin Harrington (1959)
4 - Jocelyn Moorhouse (1963)
4 - Noah Taylor (1969)
5 - Aaron Pedersen (1970)
5 - Alicia Banit (1990)
5 - Jack Charles (1943)
6 - Clarissa House (1954)
10 - William McInnes (1963)
10 - Jay Laga'aia (1963)
12 - Pippa Grandison (1970)
12 - Rachel Ward (1957)
12 - Hayley McElhinney (1974)
15 - Paula Duncan (1952)
16 - Mary Coustas (1964)
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)
25 - Colin Friels (1952)
26 - Brett Climo (1964)
27 - Ella Scott Lynch (1982)
28 - Marzena Godecki (1978)
28 - Sean Scully (1947)
28 - Matt Day (1971)
28 - Naomi Watts (1968)
29 - Mark Mitchell (1955)