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HIT SERIES THE WALKING DEAD WILL FINALLY MAKE IT TO AUSTRALIAN SCREENS, WITH THE LAUNCH OF NEW ENTERTAINMENT CHANNEL, FX.
Foxtel will launch new channel FX in early 2012, with plans to air the latest shows on the same day and date as their US premieres.
ANDY WHITFIELD, THE LEAD ACTOR IN SPARTACUS: BLOOD AND SAND, HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER AND WILL NOT BE ABLE TO STAR IN THE SECOND SEASON OF THE POPULAR TV SHOW.
Following the success of the first season of Spartacus: Blood and Sand, the second season of the program was commissioned even before the first hit the airwaves.
TV DARLING GEORGIE PARKER IS HEADED BACK TO THE LAND OF SOAP, TO APPEAR AS A RESIDENT CAST MEMBER OF HOME AND AWAY.
The announcement by Seven is something of a coup given Parker's popularity with viewers. She has two gold Logie Awards under her belt, and several silvers, thanks to her years on All Saints. She was also a pivotal cast member of A Country Practice.
AFTER RAY MEAGHER WON THE LOGIE AWARD FOR 22 YEARS AS "ALF STEWART", WE THROW SOME OTHER NAMES INTO THE HAT.
Ray Meagher's Gold Logie win was roundly applauded by the television industry, not so much for a distinct year of work as his survival skills in a fickle industry.
NOMINEES FOR THE 2010 LOGIE AWARDS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED AT AN INDUSTRY BREAKFAST BREAKFAST IN SYDNEY.
The nominations for the 52nd Logies see last year's Gold Logie winner, Rebecca Gibney, Adam Hills and Rove McManus up against a handful of first-time nominees.
WE LOOK BACK ON THE TV SHOWS THAT MADE US CRY, LAUGH, CHEER AND MORE IN 2009.
2009 was the year of MasterChef Australia.
PUBLIC BROADCASTERS OUTDID COMMERCIAL TV IN THE NOMINEES FOR 2009 TV.
The ABC and SBS were big winners in the 2009 AFI Award nominations announced today.
AS NURSE "VON RYAN" LEAVES ALL SAINTS, JUDITH MCGRATH ENDS AN 11-YEAR RUN WITH THE SEVEN SOAP.
This week Australian television viewers bid a fond, if somewhat reluctant, farewell to All Saints.
SEVEN FINALLY ANNOUNCES THE END OF ITS LONG-RUNNING MEDICAL SOAP.
After 11 years and 12 seasons, the doors will finally close on the All Saints Western General Hospital.
FOR THE SECOND TIME IN ITS EXISTENCE, ALL SAINTS IS HITTING THE REFRESH BUTTON.
A new Medical Response Unit is to join the All Saints Western General Hospital in the form of a helicopter, four-wheel drives and a gung-ho paramedic team.