American Horror Story’s Dylan McDermott kicks some serious butt in this gripping psychological drama.
It’s hard not to be moved by the tragic stories at the heart of this feature-length indigenous drama.
Be careful what you wish for could be the theme for the mid-season return of this superhero sci-fi series.
Summer Bay’s unwavering community spirit shines through in this emotionally-charged episode of Home and Away.
It’s the episode we’ve all been waiting for, where Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke finally meets dad, David Clarke.
Regardless of whether or not you’re a believer, this dramatic retelling of the years leading up to Jesus’ death — from escaping King Herod’s brutal slaughter of boys under the age of two to his later crucifixion — is powerful to say the least.
Australians love comedy, especially the homegrown variety; this is no April Fools’ joke, might I add.
British historian Sir Tony Robinson covers a lot of ground during his 10-stop Trans Tasman road show uncovering various facets of Australia and New Zealand’s war history.
There's all sorts of crazy going down in the Hamptons this week with Emily/Amanda becoming increasingly distressed that daddy dearest, the very undead David Clarke, has been visiting her grave.
The Dunphy-Tucker-Pritchett- Delgado clan make a welcome return in two new episodes, the second of which is devoted to Haley's birthday celebrations.
If the premise of travelling back in time to stop something bad happening in the future sounds familiar, in this case it has good reason.