So, Doctor Who has finally jumped the shark... although, this being Doctor Who, it’s a CGI shark that swims in the night air and can pull a carriage behind it like reindeer pulling Father Christmas’ sleigh.
The cast and crew of BBC One’s ‘other’ Saturday evening family drama obviously love their show and this really shines through in the finished programme.
Being Human continues its strong start to Series 3 as George and Nina play surrogate parents to a teenage vampire, while Mitchell continues to be haunted by his recent actions.
This week, the Hustle team come to the aid of an old friend of Mickey and Ash.
Ever wondered what Robin Hood would have been like if, instead of a vicious outlaw leading a gang of hosiery-clad men, it involved a gang of four criminals being led by a former insurance fraud investigator?
‘Genesis Of The Daleks’, that perennial Doctor Who fan favourite, is here released yet again, this time with a vintage look to encourage the completists to shell out once more.
This week, a familiar face from the past returns to help the Primeval team deal with the latest anomaly.
Charlie Brooker made his name releasing sharply barbed commentaries on TV programmes in his Guardian newspaper column, but his seamless transfer onto the BBC and Channel 4 has made for essential viewing in the last few years.
Reuniting Life On Mars duo Philip Glenister and John Simm, Mad Dogs tells the story of five old friends who meet up in Majorca, where old feuds rise and arguments return.
Rufus Sewell's Italian detective Aurelio Zen is perfectly pitched and instantly likable, with a warm and inviting calmness.