Greg Hassall It's hard to imagine another American sitcom tackling the subject of menstruation without being oafishly coarse or insufferably coy.
Brad Newsome Why is this season ending after just six wonderful episodes?
Michael Idato It seems lightly ironic that a show with the title New Tricks depends on a few old ones to get by.
Tim Elliott What do real Aussies do when they're not playing two-up in tribute to Those Who Shall Not Grow Old?
Melinda Houston This is a satisfying ep, with lots of surprises.
Billie (Kat Stewart) can usually be relied on to tell it like it is and she does that with aplomb tonight, not once but twice.
Paul Kalina What started with the (apparently) retaliatory murder of a lawyer by jihadists has evolved into a full-blown political conspiracy.
Debi Enker The best thing about this fairly bland episode of Channel Seven's domestic drama is Brooke Satchwell.
Bridget McManus The real-life father of series regular Scott Caan, James Caan, guest stars as a cantankerous former detective.
Megan Johnston Perhaps someone has had a word with Stephen Fry about his tendency to hog rather than host his show.
Larissa Dubecki Eight series down the track, Grey's Anatomy still goes unashamedly for the emotional jugular.
Brad Newsome The new season continues with an episode that is not quite an unalloyed delight.
Paul Kalina Will Julie Rafter become the poster child for the national broadband network should her blog, Vintage Mum, go viral?
Brad Newsome Game of Thrones remains a superb achievement and marvellous entertainment.
Debi Enker This knowingly overheated and addictive drama continues on its merry way, chewing through storylines with gleeful abandon.
Lissa Christopher The soft, comedic interludes about the main characters' personal lives are excruciating.
Brad Newsome The '60s are rolling on down Madison Avenue - the Vietnam War is heating up and civil rights protesters have taken to the streets.
Larissa Dubecki I like Carrie Wells. She's sassy, she's a credit to rangas, she's got better physical endurance than half the male members of the NYPD.
Melinda Houston Mitchell is dead. Nina's dead. George is in pieces. Pretty grim stuff, but in a sparkling script.