Giles Hardie It's almost as though the intervening episodes are just filler.
Gabriel Wilder The Killing's Sarah Lund is a terrific protagonist. She's flawed - as we all are - but she's also smart, focused and capable.
Giles Hardie Finally, all those wonderful characters - upstairs and downstairs, nasty and nice - are back.
Megan Johnston They might have been pulled from retirement but tonight our crew of old dogs are on their game.
Melinda Houston Most of this episode is middling-excellent, as we've come to expect.
Melinda Houston Along with the ordinary sorts of corpses, the political victims are beginning to pile up, too.
Australia's Got Talent
Debi Enker Dual celebrations are planned by the staff at Seattle Grace: a birthday and an event to mark a professional milestone.
Debi Enker As always in Wisteria Lane, there's all manner of nasty business festering behind the neat flowerbeds and picket fences.
The Office (US)
Melinda Houston Coby gets a turn at narrating tonight, in an ep that's all about lurv.
Frances Atkinson With only five contestants remaining, former model Heidi Klum sends the fashion designers to New York's Governors Island.
Paul Kalina Just when you think this drama can't possibly get any kookier along comes an episode packed with more switcheroos.
Paul Kalina You've got to hand it to the editors for their ability to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
Debi Enker In A solid, if not spectacular, episode, Will starts to make the most of his suspension from practising law.
Brad Newsome Dylan McDermott and Connie Britton star as a couple who move into a haunted house.
This sweet family show has never pretended to be anything but a lighthearted jaunt through white, middle-class life.
Melinda Houston Susan Sarandon is the superstar cameo tonight.
Melinda Houston First-rate ep tonight with not just plenty of high drama but also another superb turn from Madeleine Stowe.
Greg Hassall It's hard to imagine another American sitcom tackling the subject of menstruation without being oafishly coarse or insufferably coy.