Australian performer Virginia Gay has been a presence on our screens since she graduated from WAAPA. Not content with acting only on screen, Virginia has excelled on stage too including writing some cabaret shows.
Virginia was kind enough to do a Q & A for this site. She can currently be seen on Winners & Losers on Channel 7 whilst at the same time trying to perfect the art of Twitter.
I became aware of the Australian film The Babadook back in 2012 when it was in pre-production. A few months passed before a Kickstarter campaign was launched for the film. Around this time, I managed to arrange a Q&A with the writer/director Jennifer Kent to be conducted for my site once the film was released.
My thanks to everyone involved in the making of the film and in particular Kristina and Jennifer for arranging this Q&A.
Disclaimer: I was one of the contributors to the Kickstarter campaign. Continue reading
Performances are top notch in this telemovie that depicts the life of Richard Byron who would later be known to the world as Carlotta.
Jessica Marais and Eamon Farren’s performances in particular are outstanding to watch. I’ve been fortunate enough to see Eamon Farren on stage a couple of times and am glad that a bigger audience gets to see his talent present in this telemovie.
On top of the telemovie, the DVD contains a number of extras, which are definitely worth watching.
Airs on ABC1 on 19 June 2014 at 8:30pm and will be released on DVD on 2 July 2014.
“A Place to Call Home”, the Number 1 Australian drama of 2013 returns tonight on Seven Network at 8:40pm.
This episode is a great season premiere and continues where the first season left off. Look for some twists and turns especially towards the end of the episode.
Definitely worth watching.
Resurrection will be premiering soon on Seven Network in Australia
Credit to Seven Network Australia
- 13.3 million watched US premiere, highest rated show of the night
- Best premiere for any new mid-season drama on broadcast television since 2012
- 2nd most-watched new drama debut this season (behind INTELLIGENCE, also soon on Seven)
- Averaged a 3.6 adults 18-49 rating, and increased viewers from its first half hour to the second
Since the Subscribers’ Section will be closed on 30 June 2014, I have cancelled any recurring payments that would have been activated after that date.
Instead what I am offering for those people who would like a short-term subscription until 30 June 2014, $5 for 3 months ($10 for 6 months until closing date).
You’ll still come out cheaper than buying a year’s subscription at Showfax, etc.
For the past couple of years I have been tossing and turning as to how to progress this site and whether to shut it down.
The decision became a bit clearer this week. Continue reading
Credit Seven Network:
Following a strong ratings finish for its 2013 run in the US and Australia,
The Blacklist has scored an early second season renewal with a 22-episode order.
The series will return to Seven after the tennis with all-new episodes.
- Australia’s No.1 US Drama in 2013
- Australia’s No.1 new overseas Drama in 2013
- Ranked in Australia’s Top 5 Drama programs in 2013
- 2013 Series Average – 2,014,000 Combined (Metro + Regional); 1,350,000 (Metro)
In the US, The Blacklist is the No.1 drama and No.2 scripted series in 18-49s and No.1 new show in 18-49s and total viewers.
I’m back from my hiatus.
I was travelling overseas from August to October, so site will be back operational again from now on.
Usually I save this until the end of the year but if all goes to plan I’ll be going overseas next week so I thought I’d do it now instead.
So apologies for the raves/gushing that is about to follow.
Setting aside the dud Reef Doctors (even though it had a fantastic cast), I have to say this year we’ve had some great Australian dramas air in 2013.