Alex Casey and Madeleine Chapman live blog the highs and lows of the 2017 Golden Globe awards, for all of you poor folk stuck in the office pretending to work.
New Zealand is rightly proud of the multi-ethnic and -cultural society it's growing into. But while Māori and Pacific representation has improved since the '80s, our exploding Asian population remains near-invisible. In part one of a two-part series, Sonia Gray tries to find out why.
Summer reissue: When was the exact moment that Elliot in Mr Robot got hot? A Spinoff science experiment
Lucy Zee attempts to solve one of the last remaining mysteries of modern times: at what moment does Elliot in Mr Robot become irresistibly attractive?
When Duncan Greive reviewed Filthy Rich earlier this year he was overwhelmed with messages from a depressed New Zealand TV industry. Here he summarises what they had to say. Part of an ongoing series assessing our publicly funded television. Read part two, comparing TVNZ with the BBC, here.
Summer reissue: “I’m proud to be a pseudo-ginger” – Sam Heughan talks Outlander and Loch Ness Monster truths
Sam Heughan is farmer, fugitive and all round Scottish spunkrat Jamie Fraser in fantasy-drama Outlander. Longtime fan Tara Ward swallowed her nerves and spoke with Sam ahead of the launch of season two earlier this year.
A Black woman living in New Zealand talks about this year's infamous episode of Real Housewives, and why it’s indicative of a broader racist culture in New Zealand we still refuse to acknowledge.
The history of New Zealand television features plenty of lowlights, but few as low as the drunken and chaotic 1987 Listener Gofta Awards. Comedian Michele A'Court was there.
After much heated debate in the Spinoff television department, we present this list of local TV moments that made 2016 the weird mess it was.