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Sad-sack grandpa Ted (Michael Caton) still can't catch a lucky break, and even Carbo (George Houvardas), usually the show's go-to guy for light relief, is steadfastly resisting growing up, despite impending fatherhood. ''When's the right time to move
For months the jungle drums have been beating about the end of Packed to the Rafters. The media has been awash with speculation Rafters will finish after its sixth season on Channel 7...Logie winner Hugh Sheridan's decision to defect to Ten felt like
Awards, which celebrate film and television, have moved to a new broadcaster, with Ten set to screen a shortened version of this month's event. In a strong nod to the television side of the equation, Packed to the Rafters star Hugh Sheridan is set to
To merely say Packed to the Rafters is a family drama would be grossly misleading if the phrase brings to mind the many excessively dramatic, often sappy, shows we have been subjected to in the past. An Australian show, it premiered in the country in
Marais, best known as Rachel Rafter in the top-rating Channel Seven drama, stars in the series as Lily Diamond, the wife of mobster Ben Diamond (Danny Huston). In the opening episodes, Ben Diamond becomes involved with Miramar Playa's owner, Ike
That is when Channel 10 will unleash Sarah Murdoch-hosted talent show Everybody Dance Now. Dance is the start of a mammoth roll-out by Ten that includes I Will Survive, Puberty Blues, Don't Tell the Bride and Can of Worms with new host Chrissie Swan.
The Seven Network has committed to a new season which will begin production later this year. The announcement follows news that Hugh Sheridan, who plays Ben Rafter, and James Stewart, who plays Jake Barton, have said they will be moving on.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard poses for a photo with Big W staff...That at any rate is what came to our mind yesterday when Julia Gillard was snapped visiting the store at Majura Park in Canberra and turned up wearing pretty much the same ensemble as
To The Rafters is to be dealt another devastating blow with the news James Stewart is also ready to leave the series. Hot on the heels of Hugh Sheridan's defection to rival network Channel 10 comes the revelation Stewart is moving to the US to be a
Seven's top-rating drama Packed to the Rafters , Ten is hoping to send a signal to the market that it is back in the big game. Ten signed Rafters star Hugh Sheridan this week to host its new talent show I Will Survive , plus ''other'' projects...Ten