Ever wanted to watch Ewan McGregor lip-sync through 1950's classics over a 6 hour marathon? Well soldier, this is the show for you.
The sixth season of the ever popular US medical procedural drama gets underway with a bang.
The return of the Spooks team for an impressive ninth year demonstrates little sign of the flagship BBC spy show abating from the breathless speed with which it ended the 2009 finale.
Cleverly scheduled to take away the pain of having to go back to school, Merlin returns to BBC One, hunting for the missing Morgana, who got up to all sorts of witchery last year.
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 must be tough to schedule certain programmes in what has turned out to be the first decent summer in this country for about seventy years.
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.