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It's a big week for telly, here's our picks.
Nintendo's famous mascot hits the links.
The Friends star returns to small screen comedy in this new workplace comedy.
Karl Puschmann chats to the stars of Marvel's new action-packed blockbuster.
With franchise stars Sully and Mike demoted does Monsters at Work's new cast excel?
Karl Puschmann finds out how a small company in Epsom made America's No.1 card game.
OPINION: The satire of this excellent new mockumentary cuts incredibly close to the bone.
Karl Puschmann talks to the stars of 2021's most joyous film.
Is the first next-gen outing for Sony's popular action duo a blockbuster or a bomb?
You could say his new series Clarkson's Farm really grows on you.
The return of the iconic duo pushes the PS5 to the limit.
OPINION: It's about a teen but the parents steal the show.
A quick look at the three top shows out this week.
The sequel to the surprise horror hit is just as tense, but is it as good?
The one where they finally get back together had a chance to get deep, but played it safe.
Where and when to watch the show and movie everyone will be talking about this week.
In a woozy haze of prescription drugs and wine Amy Adams witnesses a murder. Or does she?
A quick look at what's streaming this week.
Dark comedy Made for Love proves you shouldn't know everything about your life partner.
We review her new thriller Those Who Wish Me Dead in which she plays a firefighter.
A look at the three best new shows screening this week.
A first look at TVNZ's spin on the reality show that launched a global nightmare.
Karl Puschmann takes a look at the best new shows screening this week.
Frantic, unnerving and punishingly difficult. But also highly addictive.
In Florian Habicht's delightful new doco everything feels cinematic, even a dead cow.
OPINION: Her new series sees the famous horndog finding love, maybe...
OPINION: Men, eh? Can't live with 'em, can't repopulate the world without 'em...
It's dumbed-down, yes, but the slapstick antics make for perfect school holiday fodder.
OPINION: The new show from the co-creator of Rick and Morty is funny but not bingeworthy.