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.
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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.
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.
This week has seen Foxtel announce its Triple Play bundling, but have consumers moved on from what they are peddling? What does this say about.
Foxtel have today announced their triple play bundle packages. This provides subscribers the opportunity to bundle together their Foxtel, phone line, and broadband Internet into.
In our fifth episode we sit with David Ashby (for the last time) and discuss the fifth episode of season 2 of Danger 5. We.
The ‘What To Watch’ list is a primer for shows that are debuting or have an episode of note. If you want more complete TV.
With Australia now firmly engaged in multi-platform viewing, we are finally getting access to a wider number of shows. For many, it will be a.
There are some high profile return series this week: The Americans, Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe, Midsummer Murders, Sirens, and Mr Selfridge. New series are absent.
The video-on-demand service enters an increasingly crowded market with local players, Presto, backed by Foxtel, and Quickflix, already up and running..
Sean James Murphy (AKA Tucker) joins Dan Barrett to discuss episode 4 of Danger 5, season 2. The two discuss the episode, the phenomenon of.
This supercut offers just shy of an hours worth of footage of Jessica Fletcher experiencing some level of epiphany. .
TV (and pop culture more widely) runs in 20 year cycles. Once a show concludes and enters the world of syndicated repeats, DVD/streamed relics, and.