Tara Ward watches Wasted, a trippy British comedy starring Sean Bean as every famous Sean Bean character ever.
Got a thirst for chilling mysteries in even colder places? Tara Ward rounds up the best in Nordic Noir on Lightbox.
Your aunty's favourite show, Outlander, is returning exclusively to Lightbox September 11. Tara Ward watched the brand new trailer and had some thoughts.
Tara Ward washes up on the shores of Love Island, the British reality sensation that has been compared to the works of Chaucer and Shakespeare.
Tara Ward watches Lost in Austen, the time travel literary TV show, and drums up some more classic stories that could do with a bit of tinkering.
After noticing that something strange has happened to Lily from Big Save, Tara Ward delves into her rich, loud, bargain-filled history.
Nigel Latta and John Campbell are going to lead New Zealand into a brave new future in TVNZ's multi-night extravaganza What Next? Tara Ward does the questionnaire that will decide our fate.
Shortland's Street big blowout 25th anniversary might be over, but we're still in the mood to celebrate. From births to deaths, with hostages, heists and cliffhangers aplenty in between, Tara Ward counts down the most-watched Shorty episodes EVER.
Tara Ward recounts the surreal experience of being invited to Chris Warner's intimate 50th birthday shindig – eruptions and all.
With Dance Moms supervillian Abby Lee Miller heading to the slammer for income fraud, Tara Ward puts her on trial for a few more crimes.
Breaking news: All Star Family Feud just proved that romance is not dead. Nay, it is alive and kicking its way through a warm trans-Tasman current of love while wearing a new pair of Orewa Life Saving Club budgie smugglers.
How will Three add some Kiwi flavour to the unmissable televised trainwreck that is Married at First Sight? Tara Ward has some suggestions.
Tara Ward drops her shortbread in fright as a brand new trailer for Outlander season three arrives out of nowhere.
Everything Tara Ward knows, she has learned from Shane Cortese and the Nothing Trivial gang. Here she outlines the 10 stages of pub quiz grief.
Sometimes New Zealand broadcast television feels like a wasteland, so we set our weekly columnist Tara the tallest, most regrettable task imaginable: recapping The News.
Tara Ward watched Māori TV's bumper compilation of wild moments from All Talk With Anika Moa last night, and reports back with the cream of the crop.
Our in-house animal reality TV expert Tara Ward watches Keeping Up With the Kattashians, which is about exactly that you think.