Alex Casey yarns to Karen O’Leary, early childhood teacher by day and star of Wellington Paranormal and What We Do in The Shadows by night.
Prodigal Son is a new crime procedural coming hot and fresh to TVNZ 1 on Mondays at 8.30pm. Jean Sergent has a few reasons why you should be watching it.
The final dinner party on Married at First Sight NZ brought an ugly misogyny to light. But this is far from the first time it has happened this season.
Ahead of the release of El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, Uther Dean writes on how there will never really be another phenomenon like the original Breaking Bad.
Sacha Judd was never into costume parties, but when Mythbusters' Adam Savage invited her to Comic-Con she gave it a shot. She writes on learning to build a costume from scratch.
Stephen Colbert has made good on his promise to visit New Zealand, and the prime minister has made good on her promise to drive him around.
Following its controversial first season, Insatiable has returned with new episodes on Netflix. Cat Pause writes about why she won't be watching the show – and what she's been watching instead.
Nancy Drew is back, but not as we know her. A new series about the teen detective hits our screens today, and turns out to be a spooky mix of Riverdale, Sabrina and Veronica Mars all rolled into one.
Think the news is boring? Think again. Tara Ward discovered some snazzy graphics on 1 News and realises that TVNZ's current affairs have been zhushed up beyond her wildest dreams.
The latest episode of the painfully good Succession pays pointed homage to the appearance of media mogul Rupert Murdoch and his son before a British parliamentary inquiry.
Big news for Outlander fans – the trailer for the new season of your favourite sexy time-travelling drama just landed. Outlander recapper Tara Ward tries to decipher what season five may bring.
Keen to expand your general knowledge? Behind on the sexbot craze? Want to know more local history? You could start with these documentaries on TVNZ OnDemand.
Back in 2007, TV2 aired The Amazing Extraordinary Friends – a charming superhero show and potential cult hit. Twelve years later, it’s nowhere to be found. Felix Walton looks at the changing landscape of archiving our local TV.