Changing Rooms was the '90s DIY show like no other. After this year’s Australian Changing Rooms reboot crashed due to low ratings, Tara Ward relives the glory days of the UK original.
Six seasons in, Below Deck remains the wildest drama on the high seas. Now's the perfect time to catch up on this hugely entertaining boat-based reality series, argues Dominic Corry.
Love Island has smashed streaming records all over the world and Three’s purchase of the global rights, along with pricey a local franchise, will complete a radical transformation of the channel.
Will we ever truly reach peak TV? Maybe! And if we do, 2019 might be the year when it happens. Sam Brooks and Alex Casey run down all the things you absolutely cannot miss in 2019.
In the sixth episode of Project Runway New Zealand, the designers had to make an athleisure look for Georgia. Henry Oliver ranks the results.
In the sixth episode of Project Runway New Zealand, the designers had to make a high-fashion look inspired by wallpaper designs. Henry Oliver ranks the results.
Almost 15 years later, NZ Idol winner Ben Lummis is re-emerging onto the music scene with a new song, new mindset, and possibly, even a new tour.
The Real Pod assembles with a very special guest to dissect the madness that was Married at First Sight Australia, with special thanks to Nando’s.
In his special guest appearance on The Real Pod, Haydn Daniels from Married at First Sight NZ covered everything from the secret tapes to what happened to his wedding ring.
Where Three have cornered the Friday night comedy lineup, Calum Henderson finds that TVNZ2 are running with a very different, stripped-back viewing experience.
Messages leaked to The Spinoff reveal Married at First Sight NZ's Andrew Jury sent a series of abusive and racist DMs to another user of the service in 2015.
The Spinoff's resident nail enthusiast Sam Brooks dives into nail salon reality show Boss Nails, and finds someone to model his messy life after.
Tara Ward washes up on the shores of Love Island, the British reality sensation that has been compared to the works of Chaucer and Shakespeare.
Jane, Duncan and Alex race back to Spinoff HQ for a full debrief of their lavish lunch with The Real Housewives of Auckland.
Over the weekend Lizzie Marvelly wrote a column condemning reality television, a sentiment which she shares with many. But is reality TV really heralding the end of critical thinking, devouring brain cells as every minute passes? Leah Damm responds.