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Viewers will be unable to stream ABC shows without a login from July

Viewers will be unable to stream ABC shows without a login from July

The ABC’s streaming service is late to the party when it comes to asking for a login and offer recommendations and watchlists. That’s all about to change.

  • by Craig Mathieson

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Five lingering questions from the Kardashian reunion

Five lingering questions from the Kardashian reunion

With the second of a two-part reunion special airing on Monday, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians era has come to an end.

  • by Jenna Guillaume
Being a First Nations reporter isn’t like being any other young gun

Being a First Nations reporter isn’t like being any other young gun

Journalists are often required to cover traumatic events, but for NITV’s 27-year-old Keira Jenkins, those stories can also be deeply personal.

  • by Melinda Houston
Seven seasons later, Younger is over – and all I feel is relief
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Seven seasons later, Younger is over – and all I feel is relief

You know that feeling when you’re in a relationship that’s well past its use-by date? That’s exactly how the last season of Younger felt. Warning: spoilers.

  • by Jenna Guillaume
Tom Hiddleston happy that Marvel’s Loki addresses gender fluidity

Tom Hiddleston happy that Marvel’s Loki addresses gender fluidity

“Loki as a character has had such a broad-ranging and wide-ranging identity,” Hiddleston said. “He’s always been a character you could never put in a box, you could never pin down.”

  • by Sarah Mills and Rollo Ross
A journey back through the Kardashians as their TV show ends

A journey back through the Kardashians as their TV show ends

Before the Kardashians end their show as we know it, here’s a journey back through the tears, tantrums and togetherness that propelled them to superstardom.

  • by Leanne Italie
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No graft in Grafton
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No graft in Grafton

But they’re right for boiler suits in Bawley Point.

For Foreign Correspondent, experience with quick thinking matched well with slowing life

For Foreign Correspondent, experience with quick thinking matched well with slowing life

While the ABC’s globe-trotting foreign affairs show can’t actually go anywhere, executive producer Matthew Carney says people are watching more than ever.

  • by Ben Pobjie
TV ‘dinosaurs’ find new strategies in the battle for eyeballs

TV ‘dinosaurs’ find new strategies in the battle for eyeballs

Streaming services are the shiny new players in the TV-verse, but that hasn’t stopped legacy networks and pay-TV from finding ways to keep viewers on board.

  • by Debi Enker
Why are people fighting about Bluey?

Why are people fighting about Bluey?

Australia’s favourite TV pooch hasn’t put a paw wrong since bounding onto our screens (and into our hearts) three years ago. But this week, Bluey found herself at the centre of a dog fight.

  • by Thomas Mitchell
Once an agenda setter, Q&A is no longer essential viewing

Once an agenda setter, Q&A is no longer essential viewing

The ABC’s “town hall” discussion show was always divisive - a feisty finale to Monday’s current affairs line-up. Shunted to Thursdays, it struggles to be heard.

  • by Craig Mathieson