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Candice Barnes The bachelor's straight-talking grandma is by far the most exciting and interesting woman on the show.
Andrew P Street It's basically The Voice with smaller contestants, providing a valuable service for an entire generation of stage parents.
Caroline Zielinski The latest addition to the Real Housewives franchise is so meaningless you'll want to gouge your eyes out.
Caroline Zielinski Newlywed cheesemakers, twins who 'share the one brain', a pair of bitchy princesses and a couple of herd animals who faded into the barnyard background are enough to send anyone to the (un)funny farm.
Jenna Clarke The now-together Hannah and Adam cop an expletive-filled, graphic picture of just how messed up Natalia feels at being dumped by 'an off-the-wagon, Neanderthal sociopath'.
TV Report Cards Boardwalk Empire is back with its customary bang.
Natalie Bochenski What is it?
Giles Hardie Unfortunately, like ingredients, the various elements of GABO don't just work by being thrown together in the same place.
Aja Styles Seven's attempt to recapture audiences by trying to spice up a formulaic recipe was as dated as the first contestants' instant restaurant.
Giles Hardie Though Seven seemingly couldn’t conceive of a show with a female lead that wasn’t about sex and revenge, Scandal is actually a promising variation on a procedural series.
TV Report Cards Like the titular character, Jack Irish: Bad Debts wasn't perfect, but ended up squaring the ledger.
Karl Quinn Season two promises to be as frenetic, edgy and paranoid as ever.
Andrew Murfett Of all of the American cop procedurals, The Mentalist is often one of the most genial. Although only five years old, it is the kind of show that feels like it has been around forever.
Karl Quinn A considered yet gripping look at the crucible in which Julian Assange was formed and, arguably, deformed. Brilliant.
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TV Report Cards Brynne: My Bedazzled Life was so bad it warrants criminal charges and biblical ramifications.
Karl Quinn Puberty Blues didn't revel in the image in the rear-view mirror so much as quietly rebel against it.
Natalie Hambly Clive Owen and Nicole Kidman flip between comedy and drama in this portrayal of Ernest Hemingway's marriage to war correspondent Martha Gellhorn.
Michael Idato The new Doctor Who is a coming of age, the new season and its dark themes, doubly so.
Giles Hardie Adam Zwar returns for a second season (two years on) of his tabloid journalism comedy series.
Karl Quinn Dirty realism and sentimental nostalgia are locked in perpetual battle in Call the Midwife.