Watch 6PM Bulletin
The Paul Henry Show
Sat 9:30am / Sun 10am
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has emerged as the frontrunner to portray whistleblower Edward Snowden in a new Oliver Stone movie.
Pink Floyd are dedicating The Endless River, their first new album in 20 years, to late keyboardist Richard Wright.
Comedian John Oliver has given the National Party's legal battle with Eminem a humorous spin on American TV.
Emma Watson has helped launch the HeForShe campaign against gender inequality in New York.
The Lion King stage musical has officially become the highest grossing entertainment production in any media in the world.
New Zealand-made horror game Phantasmal is gathering hype online after being featured on PewDiePie's YouTube channel.
Kiwi filmmaker Toa Fraser returns to his theatrical roots this year with a sequel to his play Bare.
David Farrier chats with Auckland illustrator Rob Turvey about his 100 animals in 100 days project.
Sometimes, there are big budget blockbusters that are so lame it's hard to even muster up the energy to talk about them.
Set in the bustling big city of Mumbai, The Lunchbox, an exotic journey well worth the taking.
Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kris Jenner has reportedly filed for divorce from her husband Bruce.
A toddler in Chile had to endure an uncomfortable rescue after she got an empty kettle stuck on her head while playing at home.
The world of high fashion remains convinced it can persuade style-conscious women across the world that nipples are the new cleavage.
After a stellar set at Laneway this year, Run The Jewels are returning to New Zealand, this time with Joey Bada$$.
The FBI launched an investigation earlier this month after the first leaks but new leaks were reported in the weekend, including nude shots of Kim Kardashian.
Samuel L Jackson is organising a track that will raise money for testicular and prostate cancer charity One For The Boys.
British pop star Holly Johnson has opened up about living with HIV, insisting he is amazed he is still alive 23 years after his diagnosis.
Comedienne Sarah Silverman has dismissed rumours she is making plans to wed her actor boyfriend Michael Sheen, branding stories of an engagement "hilarious".
Spanish actor Antonio Banderas is planning to quit Hollywood following his split from Melanie Griffith and return to his native country to work on more European movie projects.
Advertise with us |
Copyright © 2014 MediaWorks TV. All Rights Reserved.