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Auckland-born NRL player Ben Te'o has distanced himself from a news story to be shown in Australia tonight about three players at the centre of assault allegations made by a young woman. The incident is understood to have happened in Brisbane on
Renovation show House Rules is in danger of exiting through the back door after it got hammered in the ratings again. The Seven Network series drew a miserly 687,000 viewers on Thursday to be 12th overall and was even beaten by the Nine Network's
S infatuation with reality singing show The Voice may be over after the Nine Network series recorded its lowest ever ratings on Monday night. Usually The Voice gets up to two million viewers a night but on Monday only 1.579 million tuned in. It still
You know how most people dive into the chocolate and strawberry when they buy a tub of three-flavour ice cream?...The Nine commentary team scoops huge mouthfuls of the vanilla and throws out anything with even the faintest bit of colour or flavour...
Jason South The 36-year relationship between Australian cricket and Nine is in danger after the sport's ruling body launched legal action against the network. Fairfax Media has learnt that Cricket Australia, which derives an estimated 80 per cent of
Australian version of the international dating series The Bachelor...While local audiences are familiar with the US series, which airs on Nine's digital channel Go!, the new Shine production is the first time the series has been made in Australia. It
Channel Nine may be closer to losing the television rights to international cricket in Australia than at any time in the past 33 years, after their rival Ten made a bold combined bid for both international and BBL matches as a way to revitalise the
The long-running series was ninth overnight with 876,000 viewers, giving it a bigger audience than the boardroom saga of the Nine Network's Celebrity Apprentice. The firing segment of Celebrity Apprentice, in which comedian Peter Berner was shown the
THE cameras have started rolling on one of the year's most anticipated dramas. Power Games: The Packer Murdoch Story will tell the tale of rival media barons Sir Frank Packer and Rupert Murdoch from 1960 to 1974. Nine commissioned the mini-series
IS this the first time Richard Wilkins's hair has been out of place? A slightly dishevelled looking Wilkins was more than an hour late to The Today Show this morning, with his co-hosts blaming his late appearance on "a few vodkas" and a late night "