Brad Newsome Klaus and Stefan murder a couple of girls who look like Sookie and Tara from True Blood in a big old southern mansion.
Melinda Houston Mitchell is dead. Nina's dead. George is in pieces. Pretty grim stuff, but in a sparkling script.
Melinda Houston Thrilling, funny and ultimately deeply poignant.
Paul Kalina Amy Sedaris makes a return appearance tonight playing Virginia's viciously competitive cousin Delilah.
Tim Elliott This is one of the better police procedurals - but that's like saying Canberra is one of the better inland capitals.
George Palathingal Best start with the special features before getting into the latest series of this reliably fantastic show.
Brad Newsome It's a pity this season is just six episodes long, especially since there are so many new threads.
Nick Galvin In the past, New Tricks has veered dangerously into formulaic territory, falling prey to lazy writing and acting.
Larissa Dubecki The Bondi Junction Veterinary Clinic this week contends with the usual motley crew of sick animals.
Bridget McManus This melodrama marks a welcome return to the sort of high-quality escapist TV not much seen since the 1990s.
Bridget McManus The arrival of a hirsute stranger at the Chance household provides the catalyst for a series of flashbacks.
Brad Newsome Five long seasons in, none of the main characters is remotely likeable and the storylines keep getting sillier.
Brad Newsome Christine embraces the idea of running for election in the seat vacated by her husband.
Tim Elliott This seven-part conspiracy thriller seems plausibly tangled, with sophisticated performances.
An elite team of police forensic evidence investigation experts work their cases in Las Vegas.
Larissa Dubecki The defence attorneys for a convicted murderer pursue a mistrial by focusing on the machinations of the jury room.
Paul Kalina Sadly, 2 Broke Girls isn't in that class but strives hard to be.
2 Broke Girls
Paul Kalina Tonight's feel-good episode seems to have gone out of its way to lay on the cuteness.