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Detective Elliot Stabler returns to TV in Law & Order: Organized Crime
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Detective Elliot Stabler returns to TV in Law & Order: Organized Crime

A personal tragedy brings the beloved character back a decade after he left the Special Victims Unit.

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Kid Cudi performs 'Sad People' on Saturday Night Live
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Kid Cudi performs 'Sad People' on Saturday Night Live

Watch Kid Cudi perform his song 'Sad People' on Saturday Night Live.

Kid Cudi performs 'Tequila Shots' on Saturday Night Live
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Kid Cudi performs 'Tequila Shots' on Saturday Night Live

Watch Kid Cudi perform his song 'Tequila Shots' on Saturday Night Live.

First look at Stan Original Series Eden
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First look at Stan Original Series Eden

Mystery haunts idyllic coastal town.

Has Shantaram curse finally lifted? Production to restart, 15-months on

Has Shantaram curse finally lifted? Production to restart, 15-months on

The Apple TV series was hailed as a massive coup for Australia, but then it all fell apart. With production to restart next month, will it finally make it to screen?

  • by Karl Quinn
Cristin Milioti has no time for your ‘happily ever after’ cliches

Cristin Milioti has no time for your ‘happily ever after’ cliches

“I like playing complicated people,” says the star of Stan’s Made For Love. “I didn’t get into this to be a handbag to a man’s story.”

  • by Alexis Soloski
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 Saturday Night Live sketch debates the outcome of Derek Chauvin's trial
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Saturday Night Live sketch debates the outcome of Derek Chauvin's trial

Saturday Night Live delivered a cold open sketch responding to the trial of Derek Chauvin.

They’ve faced every obstacle and the kitchen sink, but MasterChef is back

They’ve faced every obstacle and the kitchen sink, but MasterChef is back

COVID-19 restrictions reshaped the latest season of the global TV phenomenon, but the well-oiled machine has returned

  • by Debi Enker
Zoë Ventoura on work, motherhood and the secrets she’s kept

Zoë Ventoura on work, motherhood and the secrets she’s kept

The last year has been a life-changing one for actor Zoë Ventoura. She opens up about her latest work in the drama series Doctor Doctor, motherhood – and why she chooses private over public when it comes to her personal life.

  • by Genevieve Quigley
Spicks and Specks trio slips back into the groove

Spicks and Specks trio slips back into the groove

A fresh series of the music trivia show featuring Myf Warhurst, Alan Brough and Adam Hills is an unexpected benefit of Melbourne’s hard lockdown last year.

  • by Bridget McManus
Always second fiddle: How The Crown made us feel for Philip the man

Always second fiddle: How The Crown made us feel for Philip the man

It’s fiction of course, but the Philip we have come to know over four seasons of The Crown is more complex and sympathetic than we one we knew before.

  • by Karl Quinn