The first Marvel series at Disney+ became the most watched show ever on streaming (so far), so how do we feel about it all now it’s done?
One month after the end of kids TV quotas in Australia, we’re hit with the end of two great shows about science and nature on Network 10.
Things are going to some weird and wonderful places in WandaVision so it’s time to start exploring how deep the reality bending goes.
Binge. Kayo. Presto… Foxtel has a long history of internal fiefdoms actively hurting its efforts to grow new digital services.
While Bridgerton brings us hot Regency action, how does its focus and diversity clash or gel with Austen’s works from the time?
A first-glimpse trailer of Amazon Prime’s AFL documentary ‘Making Their Mark’ is here and it looks like good stuff.
It’s been ‘interesting’, but here’s some brilliant TV, tech, games, and standout moments that delighted, inspired or helped us along the way.
Nice, weird, funny and fierce. From Lasso to Mando and more, these are Byteside’s favourite TV shows of 2020.
An entertainment research company found the top 20 entertainment franchises. Unsurprisingly, Disney owns most of them.
Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun Netflix series revisits their classic skit hilariously lampooning Ellen DeGeneres and daytime TV.
Stan Sport is launching in 2021, beginning with a $100 million contract to broadcast all sorts of rugby union action.
Our resident historian goes deep on what Greek myths the new Netflix anime looks like it will be digging into.
The BBC America series based on Terry Pratchett’s wondrous series of books has released a trailer that has brought shade from two of the Discworld’s most ardent true believers.
Let go of your lofty Starfleet ideals and come spend some time on the lower decks in this fun, adorable adult cartoon.
If you’re on the hunt for your next comfortable TV blanket, Alice has some performing arts high school material to cure what ails you.
Twitch has opened up its Watch Party tech to let anyone stream from their Prime Video account with minimum fuss and perfect legality (given Twitch is owned by Amazon, which owns Prime Video). It tested the idea with some of its bigger creators, and now it’s opening up to everyone.