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.
Bored to Death
T.R. Knight cameos as a nice family man who also appears to be a stone-cold serial killer. The way it plays out is handled nicely.
Brad Newsome The road to Hollywood week is always fun and the squeals of delight from those who get chosen invariably drown out the shattered dreams.
Melinda Houston You know you've been reviewing telly for way too long when you find yourself kind of enjoying Grey's Anatomy.
Edina Monsoon and her best friend Patsy drive Eddie's sensible daughter, Saffron, up the wall with their constant drug abuse and outrageous selfishness.
Paul Kalina Along with network stablemate Homeland, this is one of the most satisfying shows on TV.
Frances Atkinson Dr Chris leaves the beach behind to spend time in Victoria's high country where an old friend runs the local clinic.
Larissa Dubecki Neither so offensive nor more interesting than the previous series, Two and a Half Men is in its death rattle - and that can only be a plus.
Jim Schembri The sight of French chef Manu Feildel snobbishly criticising the cooking of two Australian soldiers is so out of line.
Jim Schembri We all witnessed, with some measure of sorrow, the way Leonard (Johnny Galecki) became the unfunniest nerd in the Big Bang quartet.
Jim Schembri The great thing about HIMYM continues to be its unshakeable commitment to its laugh-every-10-seconds formula.
Doug Anderson "A must-see," President Obama says. Based on an Israeli series, this taut drama involves the mire of suspicion that has engulfed America.
Bruce Elder The second series won a BAFTA for best drama but don't take that as an automatic recommendation.
Bruce Elder Tonight's episode is one of the best. Amazingly, Emma Thompson can't remember her four Oscar nominations.
Jim Schembri This cracker of a season opener neatly balances the practical and moral aftermath of murder.
Melinda Houston We always learn a bit about whatever destination Gamble's visiting. Tonight's episode is typically diverse, distressing and heart-warming.
Melinda Houston The first episode of season three didn't rock our world but this fabulous series is quickly picking up the pace.