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In what is primed to be another huge year for drama, especially on the local front, here's a guide to what you should be watching and what you need to cram up on before the TV race fires up again. The soundtrack alone makes this a must-watch, but the
Don't despair, there are some cracking TV shows for you to sink your teeth into this year. Here's a rundown of the best on the box coming your way in 2014...Secrets & Lies, Channel 10: A six-part murder conspiracy drama starring New Zealand actor
Packed To The Rafters' Rebecca Gibney tells Lydia Jenkin about saying farewell to her matriarchal role. After six series, 122 episodes and five years in our living rooms, Packed to the Rafters is coming to an end. It's a bittersweet moment for the
Putting the sizzle back into the show teaser reel, actor Luke Arnold is poised to deliver the breakthrough performance of his career as the late Michael Hutchence in the network's hotly-anticipated miniseries Inxs: Never Tear Us Apart ...Sold as the "
Guy Pearce, Miranda Otto, Sam Neil and Rebecca Gibney about a Melbourne teen's chilling murder is set for Aussie release. The film about the strange murder of Rachel Barber will finally be released in Australia. I Am You, which stars actors Rebecca
Rafters bid farewell, the Moet flowed, Superman flew in and some embarrassing bodies hit the party scene. Packed To The Rafters BBQ, Seven HQ A farewell to what has been a mighty successful show was celebrated in fine style, as Packed to Rafters
a group of US marines are running an obstacle course when one of them, quite literally, falls off his perch...Fast-forward through more marines, more group banter and squinting, and stir in two wacky forensic types, and about 45 minutes later it's
Hogan revisit their comical past In his salad days, Aussie director P...Hogan specialized in daft, edgy comedies about wildly eccentric characters, people so giddy they'd burst into song when words failed them. Muriel's Wedding," and with Rupert
Packed to the Rafters, Channel Seven, 8.45pm Some serious business is going down in this usually congenial corner of suburban Australia. Coby's (Ryan Corr) losing battle with alcoholism is steaming towards what police might refer to as an ''incident''
When I sat there and heard everyone laughing at the comedies, I was terrified,'' said Nicholas Clifford, the Victorian director of We've All Been There ...Clifford, who made the Tropfest finals in 2012 for the comedy Kitchen Sink Drama , said he had