A definitive list of the weirdest, wildest foreign language shows on Netflix

What are all those shows you scroll through on Netflix with stars you don't recognise and premises that are so out-there you can't believe they actually got made? Wonder no more.

Review: BossBabes is the least relatable thing I’ve ever seen

Alex Casey watches BossBabes and feels bad about herself again

The two big resignations which have everyone in NZ television talking

Commissioners are among the most powerful and coveted roles in television. Suddenly, after years  of little movement, there are five vacancies.

Let the lady cops be in love: The queerbaiting weirdness of Rizzoli and Isles

Rizzoli & Isles – gayer than you thought it was. Sam Rutledge writes on the frustrating experience of being a queer fan of the ridiculously named cop procedural.

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Review: Veronica Mars returns – older, wiser and even more bittersweet

Everyone’s favourite teenage detective is now a grown up. So what does that mean for the return of Veronica Mars?

The Handmaid’s Tale recap: Praise be, it’s all happening

It was the best episode of The Handmaid's Tale this season, with an arrest, an attack, and a whole lot more muffins.

The Block boys are hiding in wardrobes to avoid drama

On the most dramatic season of The Block NZ yet, two boys from Te Kuiti aren’t taking the bait. 

What’s new on Netflix NZ and every other streaming service in August

What are you going to be watching in August? The Spinoff rounds up everything that’s coming to streaming services this month, including Netflix, Lightbox, Neon, Amazon Prime and TVNZ on Demand.

Review: In its final season, Orange is the New Black is more vital than ever

Sam Brooks reviews the final season of Orange is the New Black and finds a fitting end to the series' tremendous legacy.

The real winner of Love Island UK is hydration

With just one more episode to go until the end of an explosive season of Love Island UK, Alex Casey has already crowned her winner.

Review: Manson – The Lost Tapes, the story of America’s first family of darkness

Jean Sergent reviews Manson: The Lost Tapes, a documentary that looks inside the Manson Family and sheds light on the darkest family in recent American history.

The Handmaid’s Tale recap: Have you met the Muffin Maid?

The revolution in Gilead has finally begun, and it's taking place one batch of muffins at a time. Tara Ward recaps the latest episode of The Handmaid’s Tale.

Review: The Boys is exhausting superhero wish fulfillment fantasy

Sam Brooks reviews The Boys, dropping today on Amazon Prime, and finds it far from the critique of superhero fantasies he was promised.

The Real Pod: Mourning the death of Love Island NZ

The Real Pod assembles to dissect the week in reality television and real life, with special thanks to Nando’s.

Review: Have You Been Paying Attention NZ – the fast, funny rival to 7 Days

Last night TVNZ2 premiered their own panel show, where comedians riff on news from around the country and the world. Sound familiar? 

Where can I watch the fourth season of Veronica Mars in New Zealand?

Sam Brooks embarks on a search to watch the much-hyped season four of Veronica Mars.