US Television


Strike Back will finish with the seventh season on Cinemax (eighth season including the original UK version).


Another day, another reboot. The Babysitters Club is back on Netflix for 10 episodes.


Pretty good coverage of the football this afternoon… Presentation, graphics, coverage, commentary… all regular football quality. No half-assed efforts here.



NBC has renewed Superstore for a fifth season.


Jeopardy! host Alex Trebec has announced he has stage four pancreatic cancer.


The CW has announced the upcoming eighth season of Arrow will be its last.


SMILF has been axed after two seasons. The news came after reports that ABC Studios had opened an investigation into series creator, star and showrunner Frankie Shaw.


It turns out Australia’s Naughtiest Home Videos with Doug Murray was 27 years ahead of its time. Videos After Dark has premiered in the US and features animals humping, farting kids, pole dancing and plenty of tits and ass the prudish Americans have seen fit to pixelate. Kerry Packer must be rolling in his grave.

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An account with 8 followers…


I’m not like Channel Ten who seem to check every critic’s Twitter account.


You posted a pretty damning and controversial comment, you should check next time.


Didn’t realise having a Twitter account meant you were participating in a popularity contest. You do realise some people use Twitter just to view the thoughts of others and to respond with the odd comment. Not all of us want to be social media influencers but appreciate the opportunity to participate in a conversation should we feel compelled.


Seven has the Australian rights to the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing from February 4 to 20.

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Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant will star in a new six-part HBO mini-series The Undoing, based on the novel You Should Have Known by Jean Hanff Korelitz. Hong Kong actress Fala Chen will play Jolene in the drama. Kidman and David E. Kelley will be executive producers while Kelley will write and showrun as well.


HBO has given the go-ahead for a Perry Mason prequel series set in 1932 in Los Angeles. Executive producers are Robert Downey Jr. and his wife Susan Downey through their production company Team Downey.


Absolutely ridiculous he was charged in the first place.

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Clearly his story didn’t add up and he did waste police resources because of the fabrication. At the very least he should be paying a fine.

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