Take a first look at Seth MacFarlane's Dads and more! [UPDATED] Now featuring Gang Related and Surviving Jack.
Is Fox's fall plan with constant debuts the future of network scheduling?
HAPPY DEVELOPMENT SEASON!
Including a drama about the dead coming back to life, a comedy about a woman who wakes from a coma, and some bad British adaptations!
2010 WAS A YEAR IN WHICH BAD BOYS CAME BACK TO OUR SCREEN (ESPECIALLY ON SEVEN), THERE WERE TOO MANY POLICE DRAMAS AND NOT ENOUGH COMEDIES, PLENTY OF SPIN-OFFS AND FEW NEW FORMATS, DIGITAL CHANNELS WERE BOOMING, AND 3D BECAME A GIMMICK BUT WHERE WAS OUR HD TELEVISION? COOKING CLONES WERE EVERYWHERE, TEN GOT NEW BOSSES, THAT HEY DAD..! SCANDAL BROKE OUT AND WE BID FAREWELL TO LOST AND THE BILL.
Never mind the ratings, we rate the Aussie networks on what they brought to the table in 2010.
CAN RICHARD ROXBURGH'S NEW DRAMA TURN AROUND THE FORTUNES OF THE ABC?
"Like many fine Australians, Rake was conceived on a beach about five years ago. Needless to say, as in many of those conceptions, we'd had a couple of cold ones," says Richard Roxburgh.
RICHARD ROXBURGH HAS SIGNED ON TO PLAY THE SELF-OBSESSED, ARROGANT, BRILLIANT WOMANISER -- LAWYER CLEAVER GREENE -- WHOSE FRIVOLOUS EXPLOITS WILL BE PLAYED OUT IN RAKE, A NEW EIGHT-PART DRAMA.
ABC's upcoming comedy/drama Rake casts Richard Roxburgh as womanising criminal lawyer, Cleaver Greene.