Judges Pete Evans, right, and Manu Feildel.

Judges Pete Evans, right, and Manu Feildel. Photo: Supplied

When something is working in television, milk it dry. My Kitchen Rules is the current ratings cash cow and Channel Seven has about a dozen folk with little stools gathered around its hindquarters trying to get hold of a teat.

In a classic spoil, Seven has created My Kitchen Rules specials to slot into the same spot on Sunday as the much-awaited return of The Voice (Nine, 6.30pm).

''Comeback Kitchen'' is run by guest judge Colin Fassnidge, who offers eliminated contestants the chance to cook for paying customers in his restaurant and win back a spot in the main game.

What next? Contestants from series two of My Kitchen Rules run a B&B in rural Victoria called ''Comeback Cottage''?

The show may not have jumped the shark with this but The Fonz can be seen in the background, putting on water skis.

Naturally, Pete Evans and Manu Feildel turn up for the blind tastings. At the same time, blind auditions are all the go in The Voice, Nine's standout hit of last season. Blind is the new black.

This viewer had no intention of being strapped to the couch for the entire first season but the format works, there were some sensational voices and the chair-spinning judges were excellent.

The big question is whether Ricky Martin can deliver the genuine warmth and care of Keith Urban. Will Seal seem smooth or just plain creepy second time around? Can our crush on Joel Madden continue? How deep will Delta Goodrem's neck lines plunge?

Even without those questions answered, The Voice deserves to be the main fare Sunday over My Kitchen Rules' side dish.

Although Aussie Michael Buble and Aussie Bruno Mars are slated as the entertainment at the 55th Annual TV Week Logie Awards (Nine, Sunday, 8.30pm), it wouldn't surprise if Nine trotted out Aussie Seal, Aussie Joel, Aussie Ricky and token actual Aussie Delta for a song.

Australian television's night of nights promises to be exactly what it is every year: an evening of mediocrity to celebrate excellence.

There will be car accidents but there will also be moments of joy (I think). With no single host named for the marathon, Hamish and Andy have been rumoured as the likely welcoming party, with others to follow.

Hamish Blake is the current holder of the Gold Logie, the award given to the most popular person on television, or the star with the biggest Twitter account or most insistent publicity department.

Blake is easy to love, though. How odd for him this year to be going head to head with his comedy offsider and collaborator, Andy Lee.

Whoever wins will have the joy of standing on stage with the knowledge that Australia likes him more than the other bloke. That's got to be good for the relationship.