Nick Galvin Far-fetched at the best of times, Glee stretches credulity to breaking point with this Michael Jackson tribute.
Jim Schembri In a rare drop in form for this usually excellent legal drama, tonight's B-story is more interesting than the main one.
Bridget McManus In tonight's episode, Ziva takes a back seat to cocky Special Agent Tony DiNozzo.
Bridget McManus Dave Rafter (Erik Thomson) does the hard yakka as his dream job turns into a hard slog on a building site.
Paul Kalina At last, there's some competition for Scott Caan in the Hawaii Five-0 overacting stakes. Tom Sizemore crops up again as Vincent Fryer.
Paul Kalina Not all the gags work but the sentimental romance that underscores the misadventures of the five central characters hits all the right notes.
Michael O'Reilly It's not just low-life high-jinks with the US version of Shameless; the show goes into some seriously dark territory.
Greg Hassall SBS launches season three with a double episode. Given season five is about to begin here and in the US, it's quite the journey back in time.
Scott Ellis Love is in the air for the Gleesters this week, with at least four couples either hooking up or trying to.
Larissa Dubecki One tends not to associate Law & Order with subtlety.
Paul Kalina It's hard to decide what is the most annoying element of this inexplicably enduring hospital drama.
Larissa Dubecki The Good Wife sums up the cutthroat world of legal corporate life.
Larissa Dubecki The operative phrase is ''inspired by'' the works of Arthur Conan Doyle.
Jim Schembri To hear about the severely broken leg of Zoe the cat is one thing.
Paul Kalina Fans of Australia's most-watched drama were understandably miffed when their show was abruptly pulled from the schedule last year.
Brad Newsome Things have proceeded at breakneck speed in the build-up to this double-episode season finale.
Dewi Cooke In season four, Henry (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) is enraptured with his new teenage bride, Catherine Howard.
Dewi Cooke Sci-fi fans, TV networks and Hollywood studios have much to thank J.J. Abrams for and so, it seems, do the cast of Lost.
Nick Galvin The faces have changed but the same sort of concerns animate the folk of Erinsborough, which is either comforting or a little depressing.
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