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BEN POBJIE As a television critic, I am naturally extremely interested in the apocalypse, so Life After People (7Two, 11.40pm) intrigues me, being as it is an examination of the events subsequent to the destruction of life as we know it. It's an important program to watch if you're wondering how you will manage after you cease to exist.
PAUL KALINA 10:32pm Prequels, sequels and remakes are all over TV at the moment; from nostalgia-themed reboots like 90210 and Dallas to Wentworth, a contemporary re-imagining of the iconic Australian soap Prisoner.
SCOTT ELLIS 10:56pm The second coming of Christ has, unfortunately, happened.
PAUL KALINA 11:51am According to a 60-second trailer for the new season which was quietly released on the weekend, 'Downton is catching up with the times that we live in'.
11:04am Game Of Thrones bosses have been given permission after all, with one exception.
10:36am The creator of one of the hippest shows on US television has a message for members of her 20-something generation: Do not be afraid to make a splash in the still male-dominated world of show business.
BEN POBJIE It's one of the great aphorisms of television: when things are getting a little monotonous, bring in a tornado. Not that it's a particularly frequently acted on aphorism, but it's a very reliable one: nobody can be bored when there's a tornado around.
CRAIG MATHIESON The oft-quoted W.C. Fields line that you should ''never work with children or animals'' obviously doesn't deter Rachel Griffiths.
NATALIE BOCHENSKI Two episodes in, and my current opinion of Capaldi's Doctor (aka "Dozen") can best be summed up as follows: I don't like him, but I think that I like that I don't like him, as opposed to not liking that I don't like him.
MICHAEL IDATO Alex Dimitriades heads The Principal, Penny Win heads drama, Anderson Cooper comics, Ashton Kutcher does well, and more.
Melinda Houston The Block's big reveal, the romcom charm of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and the irreconcilable glory of Escape To The Country.
Melinda Houston The good stuff on TV, Monday, September 1.
Melinda Houston Bob's Burgers is an acquired taste, The War That Changed us is superb and Please Like Me is inspired.
Melinda Houston WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 3
Melinda Houston What's good on TV, September 5.
Melinda Houston Living With The Enemy is a fascinating study in human nature but as an exchange of ideas, it's a bust.
Melinda Houston LIVING WITH THE ENEMY