Television's night of nights, the honour roll of the very best television has to offer, or simply a crapshoot that the studios, this year in particular, have started to cynically "game"? Depending on your perspective, the 66th annual Emmy Awards could be one of those, or all three.
Rupert Penry-Jones, sometimes described as “the thinking woman’s Hugh Grant”, is willing to contemplate the notion that he might be too good looking.
With Woody Allen's phenomenal work rate there will be slip-ups. But for Craig Mathieson this year's model is the director's worst effort, ever.
Great actresses have gained much more freedom since Lauren Bacall's day, but have their options, and their choices, really improved all that much?
The Joel Edgerton thriller Felony is among the finest Australian films to come along this year.
Runner-ups abound but there is no doubt that the best home to live in TV land is the Friends' cool Manhattan apartment, reckons Sarah Thomas.
An Australian woman will break her silence about a sexual assault that took place on a Malaysian airlines flight earlier this month after it is alleged she was attacked by the chief steward.
Doctor Who tragics across Australia are eagerly awaiting the debut of the new, darker 13th iteration of the Time Lord played by Scottish actor Peter Capaldi, which screens on Sunday.
Swedish director Malik Bendjelloul traces the intriguing journey of enigmatic 1960s singer-songwriter Sixto Rodriguez, who landed a two-album deal after being discovered in a folk bar by two Detroit record producers.