Is Renters the Cops of 2020?

Is there still a place for a show that portrays property managers as housing market heroes?

Ranked: Steve Parr’s greatest ‘Steve Parr Slides’ on Sale of the Century

The nineties gameshow Sale of the Century may be all but forgotten, but host Steve Parr's trademark stage-left entrance will live on forever.

Review: Educators is New Zealand’s darkest and funniest comedy

The second season of TVNZ on Demand's satire skewers New Zealand's school system, brilliantly and brutally.

Ranking New Zealand’s top tear-jerking TV ads

Get in touch with your emotional side by reliving some of our most heartwarming commercials on TV.

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Review: Netflix’s Emily in Paris is all glamour, no gold

Emily in Paris wants to be Sex and the City but ends up being pure merde instead.

What’s new to Netflix NZ, Neon and other streaming services in October

What are you going to be watching in October? The Spinoff rounds up everything that’s coming to streaming services this month.

Investigation: How old are the West family on Westside?

Westside has covered twenty years of New Zealand history in six seasons of television – but how old are these Westies meant to be?

The Real Pod returns from the crypt for a Twilight special

The Real Pod trio is back in the same room for the first time in over a year for the long-awaited analysis of a cinematic masterpiece.

Morgana O’Reilly is everywhere

Three shows in one month? Sounds ridiculous, but that’s New Zealand actress Morgana O’Reilly for you.

The case of the missing movies

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision has uncovered some clues, but needs your help in solving a 90-year-old mystery.

How to win an Emmy: The secrets revealed

We took a look at the Neon and Sky catalogues to gain a little insight on how a show can maximise its chances.

How to win an election debate: A simple 20-step guide

This week sees the first televised debate between Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins. What are the techniques and tricks they'll need to win the nation's love?

In his life and death, my uncle taught me the real meaning of bravery

In the Loading Docs short Going Home, film-maker Ashley Williams pays tribute to her late uncle Clive by running off a cliff. Here she explains why she did it, and what she learned.

Review: Ratched is a hateful piece of misogynist garbage

Netflix drama Ratched aims to rehabilitate the villain from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, but would do better in the electric chair.

Farmer Wants a Wife’s Harry on his search for love: ‘I’ve never been so exhausted’

Tara Ward chats to Farmer Harry, one of the Australian bachelors looking for love on reality series The Farmer Wants a Wife. 

Review: Horndog is Rose Matafeo’s hilarious call to obsessive love

Rose Matafeo's Edinburgh Comedy Award-winning show is not just a silly show about love, it's about obsessive devotion.