Bridget McManus The improvisational style of this drama too often results in inaudible fighting and confusion.
Bridget McManus James Spader returns as freakish regional manager Robert California.
Larissa Dubecki Unbackable odds that the panel this week will continue its autopsy of the Labor bloodletting.
Larissa Dubecki This week finds super-nerdish Sheldon and his order-loving Asperger tendencies facing a personal crisis when his barber falls into a coma.
Lissa Christopher It's August 1963 in Manhattan. It's hot and horrible - and Mad Men remains compulsive viewing.
Lissa Christopher Today the contestants have to make outfits for stilt walkers. Some marvellous designs end up on the runway.
Giles Hardie Now this is more like it. From the opening murderous moments of this episode, chaos reigns.
Giles Hardie Glee tends to function best these days when there is a workable theme on which to hang the episode and its requisite karaoke-fest.
Giles Hardie This is the first episode of season 10, which is no mean feat for such a pointy-headed concept.
Frances Atkinson The last time I accidentally stumbled across an episode, some blandly handsome guy was dying to the strains of Snow Patrol's Chasing Cars.
Nick Galvin One of the secrets to Mad Men's enduring appeal is that at its heart lies an examination of the roots of the American dream.
Brad Newsome Jonathan and George have fallen out so they go into relationship therapy with a counsellor played by Sarah Silverman
Lissa Christopher So much silliness, so much energy, so many delicious throwaway lines. This is a cracking, Latin-themed episode, guest starring Ricky Martin.
Lissa Christopher Detective Chief Inspector John Luther (Idris Elba) just can't help himself. If wrong is being done, he has to put it right.
Bridget McManus French expat chef and ''nice'' judge Manu Feildel, practically cringes with embarrassment for ''engaged scientists'' Emma and Andrew.
Bridget McManus Corporate downsizing is the timely central theme in this typically mad instalment of Tina Fey's magnificent comedy.
Andrew Murfett Lovers of well-written dramas often look to cable for their fix, but The Good Wife has shown free-to-air can deliver.
Larissa Dubecki Funny how any Australian series meant to depict urban life has only the most passing acquaintance with reality.
Larissa Dubecki What's left to say at the start of the 18th series of any TV show?
Larissa Dubecki The best episodes of the US version of The Office are the most inane and this is no exception.