For roughly the 147th time in its nearly 10 years on air - spanning the entirety of Australia's Pin The Tail On The Donkey era of national governance - Q&A got right down to business on Monday with a debate about which donkey the tail might next be pinned upon.
For the most part, the 2017 Oscars ceremony was a tame and timid affair. Thank goodness for the almighty stuff-up that made it something special.
Model Kris Smith has revealed he is a domestic violence survivor in the latest instalment of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
With the news that there's a vacancy going at Doctor Who, speculation has been rife over who could step up.
Renowned broadcaster Stan Grant is expected to breathe new life into the ABC's Friday night format with his own show The Link.
A Muslim woman is subject to a shocking tirade of abuse by a random man in a shopping centre - with the whole incident caught on hidden camera.
Tziporah Malkah possibly saw it coming.
It was the kitchen malfunction that never happened.
It was with pure frustration and that ever nagging question (are they all just after their five minutes of fame?) that I watched the remaining Married At First Sight couples walk away from latest commitment ceremony still together.
The actress played the grim-faced daughter of The Addams Family before she could even read.
Hit TV mini-series House of Hancock will not be broadcast or streamed again after Channel 9 made a grovelling apology for its portrayal of mining magnate Gina Rinehart and her family.
Jamie Morton thought he was the target of an elaborate prank when he got a message asking him to perform in Australia.
Most of us throw our takeaway cups in the recycling bin. Which is terrible for our environment, as The Chaser's Craig Reucassel explains in his new show.
Here's some news that might make you quit your job.
The tale of a sad-sack, unfunny wannabe comedian in New York City, Crashing announces its creator and star Pete Holmes as a serious talent.
Beauty fades. Wealth and fame are forever.
Season two deals with the cataclysmic aftermath of when a missing child returns - and gives viewers an opportunity for some gripping detective work
Plus, production begins on YouTube star John Luc's new ABC comedy The Chinaboy Show.
After successfully transforming the competitive cooking genre into a deliciously contrived snark-fest, My Kitchen Rules is running out of steam - and it looks like not even a handsome new judge or the Real Housewives of Wollongong can resuscitate it.
"I don't want to kiss you." Ouch.
Keira Maguire's tears might finally elicit some sympathy from her celebrity campmates, while Tziporah Malkah has continued her steady descent in Kris Smith's esteem.
Winter has well and truly arrived.
Our pick of what's on the small screen this week
The to-do list of Canadian pop duo Tegan and Sara includes touring - and changing - the world.
Tziporah Malkah, formerly known as Kate Fischer, has been told to "stop playing the victim" by her fellow I'm A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here campmate Kris Smith.