It's Valentine's Day, so why not pay homage to the queer New Zealand icon herself, Xena: Warrior Princess. Sam Rutledge writes a love letter to the woman herself.
New Zealand’s first celebrity builder, John "Cocksy” Cocks, died yesterday. Tara Ward takes a look back on some of his finest television moments.
It's nominated for a bunch of Oscars, it's the most memed film of last year, and you can finally watch it from the comfort of your living room via Lightbox now.
Blessed be the fruit, we have been sent a good teaser. A new trailer for season three of The Handmaid’s Tale landed yesterday, and Tara Ward takes a look.
Will & Grace ran for eight seasons at the turn of the century and now it's been revived for a ninth. Sam Brooks explains why the beloved sitcom remains relevant today.
Anne Perry: Interiors, currently streaming on TVNZ on Demand, looks into the famous New Zealander's life after moving to Scotland. But how much can we learn when Perry herself seems incapable of true self-reflection?
The biggest meme generator of 2018, the return of a beloved sitcom favourite and a new Lightbox Original are just some of the new titles coming to Lightbox this month. Sam Brooks and Alex Casey run down the highlights.
Outlander is over for another year, but don't let #droughtlander get you down. Tara Ward keeps the thirst at bay with a look back on some of season four's best moments.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that the path to the Idiot Hut is paved with trouble. Tara Ward recaps the dramatic season finale of Outlander.
In Following Twain, which premiered on TVNZ One last night, Oscar Kightley follows the journey Mark Twain made around the country during his visit here in 1895. Sam Brooks reviews.
The Project and Seven Sharp screened their first episodes of the year last night – so how did they fare upon their return? 7pm newcomer Sam Brooks watched them both.
Four seasons in, with a fifth along the way, it's time to look back, and then look even further back. Sam Brooks looks at who's who on Westside, and who originally played them on Outrageous Fortune.
Alex Casey woke up at 6am this morning to flick between the first episode for 2019 of both The AM Show and Breakfast. Here are some of the highlights.
Last year, Marvel's Venom came out and was a huge hit, and you can watch it on Lightbox right now. But the real killer? Eminem's rap over the credits.
In only a few decades, the depiction of LGBTQ characters on television has gone from chaste ambiguity to frank explorations of queer identities of all kinds. But how far have we come, really?