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The sauciest show on TV: Netflix’s latest offering will transform your sex life

The sauciest show on TV: Netflix’s latest offering will transform your sex life

A new Netflix show combines your two main interests: sex and interior design

  • by Thomas Mitchell

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Australians spent $8 billion on streaming and gaming in 2021: PwC

Australians spent $8 billion on streaming and gaming in 2021: PwC

More than 75 per cent of households paid for at least one streaming service last year, a figure that is expected to increase to 80 per cent by the end of this year. 

  • by Zoe Samios
Netflix’s next challenge: piracy is back

Netflix’s next challenge: piracy is back

“I’ve got Disney+, Binge, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Stan. It’s out of control and I’ll be damned if I also pay for Paramount+,” one viewer said.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
The 17 TV shows we’re still looking forward to in 2022

The 17 TV shows we’re still looking forward to in 2022

From House of the Dragon and Lord of the Rings to home-grown comedies and returning favourites, here is our list of the best shows to come.

  • by Louise Rugendyke
Beyond Bluey: Does Australian children’s TV have a future?

Beyond Bluey: Does Australian children’s TV have a future?

Australian kids TV is having a moment on the world stage. But, at home, the industry is in a massive state of flux with some saying it’s never been more difficult to get content on air.

  • by Meg Watson
The Bear, one of the year’s best TV shows, is finally coming to Australia

The Bear, one of the year’s best TV shows, is finally coming to Australia

The show, set in a Chicago sandwich shop, has a 100 per cent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has been praised by critics for its portrayal of restaurant life.

  • by Anthony Segaert
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Real ‘cringe comedy’ is taking over television. You can thank Borat

Real ‘cringe comedy’ is taking over television. You can thank Borat

There’s a new breed of American comedians using unscripted slices of the real world to make us laugh.

  • by Jason Zinoman
The cosy crime genre turns playfully meta in Magpie Murders

The cosy crime genre turns playfully meta in Magpie Murders

Magpie Murders, adapted by Anthony Horowitz from his own novel, is a smart crime drama that asks questions about the popularity of the genre.

  • by Debi Enker
How Rhea Seehorn changed the future of hit show Better Call Saul

How Rhea Seehorn changed the future of hit show Better Call Saul

Rhea Seehorn’s straight-arrow lawyer Kim was created for the Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul, prompting many to fear what will come of her character as Saul’s finale looms.

  • by Austin Considine
This cyberwar thriller leans into real-world events and it’s alarming

This cyberwar thriller leans into real-world events and it’s alarming

Director Peter Kosminsky’s exceedingly well-made thriller The Undeclared War stars Simon Pegg and newcomer Hannah Khalique-Brown in a career-making performance.

  • by Brad Newsome
‘Unhinged madness’: Five stars for comedy’s reigning king of cringe
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‘Unhinged madness’: Five stars for comedy’s reigning king of cringe

The Rehearsal picks up threads from cult series Nathan For You, but escalates them to maniacal levels.

  • by Robert Moran