It's been a topsy turvy year in entertainment, judging by the biggest stories that have dominated headlines at the NZ Herald this year.
Among our most popular entertainment stories clicked on over the past 12 months was Duncan Greive's scathing review of TVNZ's Sensing Murder TV show.
Greive called Sensing Murder, which involves psychics trying to uncover fresh details of unsolved crimes, "one of the most preposterous shows in New Zealand television history".
"It's a cruel fraud of a profession, practised by (charitably) the confused, preying on the hopelessly vulnerable," Greive wrote, going on to call it a "morally bankrupt franchise".
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Read Greive's full review here.