Taking just $65,000 on 53 screens and $69,000 with previews, it is safe to say that Australian crime thriller Son of A Gun has failed.
We’re familiar with the ‘Brilliant, But Cancelled’ moniker attached to those great TV shows that never found an audience and were quickly cancelled. But not every.
This week is somewhat quiet after the last month of US broadcast shows debuting. It’s probably a great time to evaluate which shows have debuted.
“All in, there are 80 million homes that do not have HBO and we will use all means at our disposal to go after them”.
Despite so much talk surrounding services like Netflix and their ever-increasing dominance, broadcast and cable TV services still remain the primary way the majority of.
With this weeks episode, Televised Revolution officially becomes the longest-running Australian podcast dedicated to the general discussion of TV and TV cultures. It’s quite an.
As we reach the mid-point of October, it’s become clear that there have been very few new shows that have proven themselves as must-watch series.
Superhero films have dominated movie theatres in recent years and we’re starting to see the same happen to TV series. The Flash, which launched on.
The Flash (US), Strange Empire (Canada), and Party Tricks (Australia) Launch – The Watchlist 05 October 2014
The heavy volume of new and returning US shows continue as we enter October. This week heralds one of the best new shows of the.
Inspired by reading the book Inherent Vice and excited for the upcoming PT Anderson film, Dan has gotten excited about detective stories. Detectives have had.
Traditional media holders have every right to feel threatened by the Internet. For many of them, upsetting the status quo means an entire business and.