Aaron Yap reviews the new Scandi-crime drama Midnight Sun and finds it gross yet engrossing.
Tara Ward washes up on the shores of Love Island, the British reality sensation that has been compared to the works of Chaucer and Shakespeare.
Jane Yee and Duncan Greive are joined by a very special guest, Sam Cable, one of last year's winners of The Block NZ and a man with at least $200,000 sitting in his bank account.
Everyone loves a nostalgia trip, remembering a time when the world wasn't melting so fast. Join Lucy Zee as she looks back at the white guys who were on TV way too much.
The Southern gothic comic book fable Preacher is back and exclusive to Lightbox. Dominic Corry sat down with Joseph Gilgun (Cassidy) to talk about acting anxieties, American money, and living the ganja dream.
BBC have announced that the 13th Doctor in Doctor Who will be played by a mere human woman and men are not happy. Sadly, this isn't the first time a woman has committed an act of violence against thousands of men. Madeleine Chapman ranks the worst of them.
TVNZ's New Blood competition crowned its winner last month and awarded one team $100,000 to make a web series. Emma Clark talks to Isla Macleod, one half of the winning pair behind Oddly Even, about producing quality content on a non existent budget.
It is week three of series six of The Block NZ and Jane Yee has figured out her Lings from her Zings. But how are they doing? Are they any good at renovating property? Does it matter? What is life?
With the new season of Suits coming express to Lightbox, we found an unlikely fan in the Right Honourable Bill English, Prime Minister of New Zealand.