The concept of a naked dating show actually has some merit beyond being able to watch contestants get about as nature intended. This show on.
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Dan Barrett is the Content Director of Televised Revolution. His musings on television have been heard across ABC Radio, on websites like The Guardian and Crikey, and drunkenly in pubs across the country. At night he spends too many hours watching repeats of Cheers.
Why do Channel Nine want to own a third of Sky News with its low viewership? After all, they could just launch their own news.
Prue Martin and Dan Barrett have a brief chat about the finale of Parks & Recreation. Did the finale live up to the rest of.
[PODCAST] Televised Revolution: Is The Future of Television Mid-Evening Bad Language & Boobs? (Ep 385)
What is the future of television? And does it involve relaxed broadcast TV regulation and more adult programming in the mid-evening?.
When will Netflix launch in Australia and what will it cost? Televised Revolution believes it has those answers..
The final episode of Parks and Recreation, which goes to air this week, marks not only the end of a beloved sitcom, but also the.
A question MUST be asked as part of the conversation surrounding abolishing TV license fees: What does Australia get in return?.
This week SNL turns 40 years old. Televised Revolution explores what made that such a groundbreaking show, laying ground for so many of the TV.
The Odd Couple, X Company, and Indian Summers are your new TV picks of the week. What else is new? Here's our weekly wrap..
In this conversation with Danger 5 co-creator, co-writer, and director Dario Russo we discuss the final episode which warps viewers brains & space-time..
Streaming TV truly has made its mark on Australian TV. Finally. We know it has truly arrived as this week has seen the most overtly.
This week Sensible Chuckle catches up with Pacharo Mzembe who portrays Pierre in the second season of Danger 5. .
John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight returns this week, which will delight many of the fans that discovered the show during its first season. It’s phenomenal.
US late night chat shows are built format and continual repetition. It’s pure TV comfort food built around the idea that viewers fall asleep to.