David Wiegand Keegan Deane is one of life's indefatigable losers. The fact that the guy can't catch a break, that his various addictions have left him deeply in debt and made for a lackluster legal career doesn't...
James Manning It's been a long time in between drinks for Eddie and Patsy, but the whole fabulously dysfunctional clan are back.
James Manning It's hard to believe that such an outrageous, politically incorrect comedy has lasted so long.
James Manning Roo and her reluctant sidekick EJ are back for another season of this droll, sex-driven black comedy.
Andrew Murfett Faced with what at times feels like insurmountable odds in rural India, the teams demonstrate impressive resilience.
Sacha Molitorisz Shaun Micallef is not a man to simply learn lines by rote. He prefers the spark of spontaneity.
Bridget McManus This evergreen spinoff of the original New York crime series veers into almost comic-book territory tonight.
Bridget McManus This local "Photography Idol" series is proof that the reality-competition genre will never die
Melinda Houston Tonight's complex denouement, beautifully underplayed by all, really made my heart ache.
Finally, after four hours, it's Father's Day 1984 in Milperra, and it's on between the Comancheros and the Bandidos.
Kylie Northover A hit in the US, it features a brilliant voice cast and great animation, but the writing can at times feel a little forced.
Kylie Northover In the absence of any challenges, tonight's episode is even more dull than usual.
Brad Newsome There's some white-knuckle flying as veteran Alaskan aviator Dom takes student pilot Amy for lessons.
Debi Enker Dale is rushed to hospital, leaving Sophie to worry about his health and about the daunting list of tasks she now has to tackle on her own.
Frances Atkinson This perfectly entertaining game show more than adequately fulfils by delivering 30 minutes of gentle silliness.
Kylie Northover The finding-baby-Abel story arc is a slow build, and we don't see much Belfast action this week.
Melinda Houston It's been a long time coming but tonight's episode of Rafters finally delivers what we know it's capable of.
Paul Kalina Daniel is taken into custody on suspicion of murdering the louse.
Lissa Christopher The Earl of Grantham's solemn pronouncements about life, the universe and everything are getting a bit purple.
For a change, it's Keith rather than the contestants in the firing line. ''Could this be the end?''