Ben Pobjie The idea of a kids' version of The Voice is worthy of being ignored forever.
Ben Pobjie Just supporting 'local artists' would mean supporting Let Loose Live, and nobody wants that.
Ben Pobjie The battle of the breakfast shows has intensified and right now, the focus is on Ten's Wake Up. But why have these programs come to be seen as the networks' flagships?
Ben Pobjie There's no doubt Ja'mie has made progress, and should be congratulated for that. But her work continues to fall far short of the high standards she’s set in previous assessments.
Ben Pobjie You don't acquire a taste for Robin Williams - you either dig his schtick or you don't.
Ben Pobjie Like us, actors die, and it strikes us more painfully than the loss of a stranger should.
Ben Pobjie We can only hope that Saul Goodman doesn't get afflicted with Smallville syndrome.
Ben Pobjie Ja'mie, frankly, has a lot to work on if she wants to live up to the potential she showed in previous years.
Ben Pobjie The Chinese dating show that in its homeland attracts up to 50 million viewers an episode.
Ben Pobjie It is said with a heavy heart, but … I think I might be a bit over Ja'mie King.
Ben Pobjie It's ridiculous that our screens are infested with these anachronisms in this day and age.
Ben Pobjie One of our favourite sports is the grand old game of 'Slagging Off Australian Television'.
Ben Pobjie Surely no show has ever been better at executing every facet of the art of television.
Ben Pobjie Art's greatest achievements are making people laugh, and making people cry.
Ben Pobjie The MasterChef shipwreck is salvageable, but they're going to have to think outside the mystery box.
Ben Pobjie What can we learn from the arrival of The Bachelor Australia on our screens?
Ben Pobjie It's time to find out which of the three remaining MasterChef hopefuls will find glory and honour.
Ben Pobjie It's wannabe chef v wannabe chef as the final four go pan-o a pan-o for a place in the grand finale.
Ben Pobjie It's finals week, and we are tantalisingly close to finding out who will go on to write a best-selling cookbook, and who will have to make do with an obscure show on the Lifestyle Channel.
Ben Pobjie Depending on your perspective, an election campaign is either a televisual feast or a barren abyss of despair.