The sixth season of the ever popular US medical procedural drama gets underway with a bang.
In these times of political coalitions, it's intriguing to watch a unique television experiment which occurred in the late '90s that has similar themes of co-operation.
Heavily trailed over nearly every World Cup ad-break, ITV1's six-part drama series Identity starts relatively well and then resembles a lemming hurtling over a cliff.
It is said that the best drama is derived from conflict, either figuratively or literally, and that is certainly the case with HBO's seminal seven-part series Generation Kill.
A distinct sense of déjà-vu stalks the first season of Syfy's Warehouse 13.
This latest DVD release from the Doctor Who archives sees Tom Baker’s Doctor arriving on Gallifrey after receiving a vision of the President of the Time Lord’s assassination.
The concept of BBC Three's Being Human is so zeitgeist that it could have been written on the back of a beer mat in the pub behind BBC's Broadcasting House.
Caprica may not get the adrenaline pumping like its predecessor Battlestar Galactica, but what it lack in thrills, it more than makes up for with a fascinating exploration and expansion of an already rich mythology.
This boxset release marks the 20th anniversary of Twin Peaks and, with its Murder She Wrote meets League Of Gentleman style narrative, watching it is a strange experience.
Despite some effective moments of tension, BBC One's recent The Day of the Triffids adaptation is ultimately let down by a poor script, sloppy pacing and disjointed story-telling.