Tipsy in a Gold Coast hotel lobby, Sam and Ines are now officially cheaters.
The US President hit out at the NBC show on Twitter, after Alec Baldwin appeared in a new skit mocking Trump's border wall plans.
The finale of 10's show finished third in the battle of the reality TV juggernauts, but the network is happy with its performance.
The gossip guru, who beat runner-up Yvie Jones and Shane Crawford to take the top spot, said he "hounded Ten for the last couple of years to be on the show".
The pair decide to leave after Lauren's "lesbian", swinging and threesomes revelations "overwhelmed" shy and reserved Matt.
"It's difficult when you're in a situation where you see another animal that is suffering," says Will Lawson, a director on David Attenborough's Dynasties, on the series' viral moment.
Today show presenter Sonia Kruger vilified Muslim people when she called for Australia to close its borders to those of the Islamic faith, a tribunal has found.
It was a hit 20 years ago – so why are viewers rejecting it now?
Traumatised veterans, warlords in Liberia and neo-Nazis in America share one thing: they're using comedy to their advantage.
On Wednesday night, contestants go through a make-up, a (pre) break-up and a hook-up.
Plus, Australia secures a berth in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Julia Davis' new comedy, Sally4Ever, may be her most disturbing yet.
Tuesday night's episode should come with an "explicit content" warning, with chat of threesomes, swinging, sexy massages and sending nudes aplenty.
June will return to our television screens in, well, June.
It was perhaps the most misguided moment from a contestant who spent his entire stint characterised as the camp's resident Derek Zoolander.
The comedy veteran is ready to tango in Ten's reboot of Dancing with the Stars.
The writers of The Heights wanted to cast an actor with cerebral palsy, so NIDA student Bridie McKim auditioned.
Double entendres make the ABC's lifestyle show Escape From the City sound like Alan Partridge on a bad day.
In case you hadn't noticed, Q&A was on hand to remind you: there is a federal election campaign coming on.
"It was just a recipe for disaster," said Josh on Monday.
Ines Basic and Sam Ball are making a play for each other - to no one's surprise except his oblivious wife, Elizabeth Sobinoff.
"Do not sign up for reality TV," warns last year's most controversial contestant, Davina.
TV has spawned many fan podcasts, but podcasts are now becoming blueprints for TV series.
Jenna Coleman, Ewen Leslie and Asher Keddie bring startling depth to Helen Fitzgerald's novel.
JK Simmons stars in this smart, compelling, and definitely strange series.