In the middle of last decade, one man dominated our local music television. Then he disappeared. Elle Hunt talks to Joel Defries about life as a Kiwi TV star, and what he's been doing since.
A lot of British migrants are making the move to NZ – so why shouldn't there be a TV show documenting the process? Elle Hunt watches the BBC's Wanted Down Under.
Is Melodrama the best album of the year? We'll know definitively on Monday (*irony warning*), but in the meantime, Elle Hunt predicts the winners of the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
Elle Hunt thought she was alone at sea in her love for Blue Planet back in 2001. In 2017, it would seem the whole world has taken the plunge.
If you have Paramore confined to a folder in your memory marked 'mid-2000s – DO NOT OPEN', Elle Hunt is here to deliver some startling news – they're still going and they're still writing perfect soundtracks to personal crises.
Tonight, Ella Yelich O’Connor and her co-writers won the 2017 APRA Silver Scroll Award for Lorde’s song ‘Green Light’. Elle Hunt explains why the song is so powerful.
For about two months in 2014, Elle Hunt watched nothing but Gossip Girl. On the 10th anniversary of the show's premiere, she reflects on the legacy of the Upper East Side snark-fest – and why sometimes it's OK to give up on a mediocre TV show.
10 years ago today, The OC first aired on the television. Elle Hunt is very late to the party, but is partying nonetheless.
The long, long, long campaign has come to an end. Miss anything? Fear not: in a dispatch from Sydney, Elle Hunt breaks down everything you need to know
With the first full-time female referee appointed to the NFL last week, Elle Hunt examines the low-key feminist crusaders who blazed the fictional way in Friday Night Lights.
United by history and language, but very much divided by humour, Elle Hunt says America and Britain reveal their national character through the dispositions of their sitcoms. // It’s the last â€¦
Elle Hunt takes a walk through the top ten rubber-legged lipstick-smeared music moments to grace our TV screens this year. // Acknowledging that there are few things more boring or redundant than â€¦