Plus6Four Productions' non-linear who-dun-it web-series Alibi is something entirely new for New Zealand television - and it largely nails the landing.
Nine seasons, two hundred and eight episodes, and a list of cameos longer than the list of women Barney's slept with. Madeleine Chapman selects the five best, weirdest and most notable.
Welcome to Week 8 of The Block NZ, in which Jason Gunn and Tom Sainsbury blesses us with their presence, Mark literally blows his own trumpet, and Chlo and Em choose their paint based on the colour of their mother’s nipples.
With the first week of The Bachelor: Australia coming at us full noise, there was every worry that the show could only go downhill. Not a chance.
Crazy Rich Asians has been lauded for its groundbreaking representation of Asian-Americans - but how is Asian representation looking in our own country?
Television icon Nigel Latta returns to TV, and this time he's focused on the one thing that governs us all: the brain. Haimona Grey talks to the man himself.
They're the lost seasons of RuPaul's Drag Race, but now they're back for New Zealand's viewing pleasure. Sam Brooks rounds up the early-episode moments that continue to live on in infamy.
Family Guy has been on our airwaves for almost 20 years, and mostly critically reviled. Sam Brooks stands up for the perennial punching bag.
Skeletons in the Cupboard, a documentary that includes the claim seven foot tall, red-headed Celts built complex astrological stone monuments before Māori arrived in Aotearoa
Ahead of a visit to New Zealand from some of Twin Peaks' most iconic characters, die-hard ‘Peakie’ Angela Cuming meets three of her heroes from the series and asks what it's like to be part of a cultural phenomenon and best piece of television of the past 30 years.
Been living under a proverbial rock for the past ten years and have never heard of RuPaul's Drag Race? Don't worry, Sam Brooks has you covered.
Better Call Saul is dropping weekly on Lightbox right now – and it's slowly catching up with the start of Breaking Bad. While we wait, here are four fanservicey ways the new show could tip its hat to the old one.
It's an eternal argument: Which is the better version of The Office? The original brutal UK version or its heartfelt US spinoff? The Spinoff staff finally weighs in.
Funny slapstick comedy about a wild dog trying to eat a bird or a treatise on the meaningless of all human pursuits? Sam Brooks watched some Wile E. Coyote cartoons.
Nearly 30 years ago, The Animals of Farthing Wood debuted – and promptly traumatised a generation of children with its cavalcade of animal slaughter.