A close reading of the brand new, oddly hopeful trailer for season three of The Handmaid's Tale.
Over Easter, Prime aired a piece of slow television gold: Go South. Tara Ward watched the whole thing.
Yesterday Starz released a promo photo for Season 5 of Outlander, and the world shifted on its axis. And breaking news: Jamie Fraser’s wig is finally perfect, writes Tara Ward.
It's two weeks, fourteen days, and three hundred and thirty six hours of school holidays to fill. What better way to fill it than a bunch of great TV? Tara Ward runs down the best shows on Lightbox to watch with your kids these school holidays.
Blessed be the fruit loaf, The Great British Bake Off is back. Tara Ward relives the best moments from episode one of the new season of the world’s kindest TV show.
At the end of a long week of anger and sorrow, you may need something soothing from your TV screen. If that's the case, we can help.
Changing Rooms was the '90s DIY show like no other. After this year’s Australian Changing Rooms reboot crashed due to low ratings, Tara Ward relives the glory days of the UK original.
With a new season of the much-loved drama Cold Feet beginning next week on TVNZ1, Tara Ward takes a trip down memory lane to remind us all why it remains such an iconic show.
New Zealand’s first celebrity builder, John "Cocksy” Cocks, died yesterday. Tara Ward takes a look back on some of his finest television moments.
Blessed be the fruit, we have been sent a good teaser. A new trailer for season three of The Handmaid’s Tale landed yesterday, and Tara Ward takes a look.
Outlander is over for another year, but don't let #droughtlander get you down. Tara Ward keeps the thirst at bay with a look back on some of season four's best moments.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that the path to the Idiot Hut is paved with trouble. Tara Ward recaps the dramatic season finale of Outlander.
To many, Drew’s Christmas Holiday was a light-hearted comedy to keep thirsty Shortland Street fans satiated during the summer hiatus. To others, it was a terrifying descent into the soul of a confused and lonely man.
The week’s episode of the Great Kiwi Bake Off was a right old sausage-fest, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. Tara Ward power ranks the grand finale.
For nearly 60 years our image of who we are has been reflected back at us from the television. Tara Ward explores the evolution of TV in NZ.