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.
HAWKE LEADS THIS YEAR'S TV NOMINEES IN THE AFI AWARDS WHILE ABC AND SBS HAVE PLENTY TO SMILE ABOUT.
The Australian Film Institute has announced its nominees for 2010, with
Animal Kingdom and Beneath Hill 60 leading the film categories.
Plus: Things don't look good for a Heroes renewal after all, FX is adapting an Aussie show about a talking man-dog, and new news on Kendra's sex tape!
THE GUY IN THE DOG SUIT IS ABOUT TO GET A US REMAKE.
The FX Network has picked up Australia's very own Wilfred for a US adaptation.
ADAM ZWAR LETS CELEBRITIES GET A LITTLE BIT OF PAYBACK IN HIS NEW COMEDY ABOUT SHOWBIZ REPORTERS.
Magazines, print journos and gossip columnists beware! ABC's new comedy series Lowdown will turn the tables on media who make a living out of celebrities.
PLAYING THE OWNER OF SBS'S WILFRED, CINDY WADDINGHAM HAS A HARD TIME PRETENDING NOT TO HEAR HIM SPEAK.
She is the girl in-between television's laziest, rudest, bong-smoking dog and her hapless boyfriend.
WHAT DO THE ABC, SBS AND FOXTEL HAVE UP THEIR SLEEVE FOR THE YEAR?
Chris Lilley's Angry Boys, James May's Big Ideas, East West 101 and many more are lined up on free-to-air TV and Foxtel for 2010.
ABC, TEN AND SHOWCASE GIVE THE THUMBS UP TO MORE LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT, COMEDY AND DRAMA.
A number of new TV shows have been given the go-ahead in the last week on the ABC, TEN and the Showcase Channel.