The oft-quoted W.C. Fields line that you should ''never work with children or animals'' obviously doesn't deter Rachel Griffiths.
According to a 60-second trailer for the new season which was quietly released on the weekend, 'Downton is catching up with the times that we live in'.
Warwick Thornton has contributed to a film looking to build bridges between the world's religions reports Stephanie Bunbury.
Its scenes of human defecation, anal penetration and animal disembowelment have divided and disgusted critics. Its six-hour length has tested the patience of fans.
Two episodes in, and my current opinion of Capaldi's Doctor (aka "Dozen") can best be summed up as follows: I don't like him, but I think that I like that I don't like him, as opposed to not liking that I don't like him.
There is a packet of exciting new programs yet to hit our screens, plus fast-tracked returning series.
Lovers come and go but - on television at least - buddies are forever. Here are 10 of our greatest TV pals.
The real star of Richard Linklater's film is time itself, but that doesn't stop it being just a little too languid for its own good.
''I yam what I yam'' Popeye did say, but is that true? This superb sci-fi Australian movie asks how much control do we have over who we are.
If it was an episode of Friends, they would have called it 'The One With The Friends Reunion'.