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HBO To be Sold Without A Cable TV Subscription. Because They Had To.

“All in, there are 80 million homes that do not have HBO and we will use all means at our disposal to go after them” -Richard Plepler, HBO CEO HBO have announced that they plan to start offering a web-only

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Android TV Launches With The Nexus Player: Internet TV Is Now Ready For Primetime

Despite so much talk surrounding services like Netflix and their ever-increasing dominance, broadcast and cable TV services still remain the primary way the majority of people watch their TV around the world. Despite broadband speeds improving and penetration levels increasing,

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Televised Revolution – Long Running TV Shows (Ep 365)

With this weeks episode, Televised Revolution officially becomes the longest-running Australian podcast dedicated to the general discussion of TV and TV cultures. It’s quite an achievement in perseverance. With this milestone reached, it seemed apt that on this weeks show

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Australia’s Greatest Mystery: “Holt”

The disappearance of Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt in 1967 is fascinating. Vanishing one day while swimming at Cheviot Beach, his body was never recovered. While the circumstances surrounding his death were interesting (the common conspiracy theory being that he

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Review: Brekky Central

Melbourne University Press have rushed the Adam Boland book Brekky Central into bookstores in an effort to prevent an injunction being placed on the books release by Channel 7 / generate publicity. Having read Bolands book, an exploration of his

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The Walking Dead, The Affair, and Jane The Virgin – The Watchlist 12 October 2014

As we reach the mid-point of October, it’s become clear that there have been very few new shows that have proven themselves as must-watch series in the new US broadcast TV season. This week see’s the launch of the promising

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REVIEW: The Flash

My name is Dan Barrett. I love The Flash. This show unashamedly embraces itself as a superhero TV show, showcasing tales of adventure, super-powered heroics, romance, villainy, and lots of really attractive people. While the recent glut of Marvel superhero films

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5 Things To Know About The Flash Before You Watch ‘The Flash’

Superhero films have dominated movie theatres in recent years and we’re starting to see the same happen to TV series. The Flash, which launched on TV in the US this week, is the most traditional take we’ve seen on a

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The Flash (US), Strange Empire (Canada), and Party Tricks (Australia) Launch – The Watchlist 05 October 2014

The heavy volume of new and returning US shows continue as we enter October. This week heralds one of the best new shows of the season, The Flash, along with the eagerly anticipated Canadian western drama Strange Empire, and the

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Televised Revolution – TV Detective Shows (Ep 364)

Inspired by reading the book Inherent Vice and excited for the upcoming PT Anderson film, Dan has gotten excited about detective stories. Detectives have had a long, storied past on TV. What makes for a great TV detective show and

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