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The ongoing fight for Australian Netflix content quotas

The ongoing fight for Australian Netflix content quotas

European Parliament has just agreed to landmark content quotas for Netflix and Amazon. Will Australia follow?

The Bachelor's shock finale was a horrifying satire of dating in 2018

The Bachelor's shock finale was a horrifying satire of dating in 2018

Honey Badger-types are everywhere on the human supermarket conveyor belt of Tinder. For once, the show delivered something amazingly genuine.

The AFL Footy Show wins the grand final battle, but is it enough?

The AFL Footy Show wins the grand final battle, but is it enough?

Eddie McGuire has snagged a win over The Front Bar, amid ongoing speculation around whether the show will continue. Was this a surge of support, or a final farewell?

The new ABC managing director must cancel Rage

The new ABC managing director must cancel Rage

It’s time to make this, truly, our ABC. The Australian public has some demands.

Goodnightly to Tonightly, a show that punched well above its weight 

Goodnightly to Tonightly, a show that punched well above its weight 

For a show that suffered from apparently fatal ratings, it sure managed to get people's attention.

An ode to Dance Boss, the best dystopia on TV

An ode to Dance Boss, the best dystopia on TV

Channel 7's latest reality series may have bombed, but its legacy lives on. This wasn't an ordinary quest for stardom. It was a plea for escape.

Farewell Neil Simon, and farewell to his certain way of doing comedy

Farewell Neil Simon, and farewell to his certain way of doing comedy

The legendary US playwright and screenwriter behind The Odd Couple has died, aged 91. But what of his legacy?

Acute Misfortune is a tender yet strained story of how art feeds on its young

Acute Misfortune is a tender yet strained story of how art feeds on its young

The tale of the toxic and tender relationship between writer Erik Jensen and painter Adam Cullen is at its best when exploring the host-parasite relationship between subject and artist.

Between fact and fiction: why documentary doesn't need to be as simple as it sounds

Between fact and fiction: why documentary doesn't need to be as simple as it sounds

The boundaries of hybrid-documentary, docu-fiction and narrative drama are forever shifting, and producing some particularly exciting films.

Filthy Rich and Homeless is bloated with empathy and lacking in unsexy facts

Filthy Rich and Homeless is bloated with empathy and lacking in unsexy facts

Who really cares about my "empathy"? The producers of SBS' returning show seem to think we’re living in a democracy. One activated by eminent tears.