Too comfortable on Thursday's? The Fall is back to change that.
It's the Abraham and Eugene show this week.
More violence on The Walking Dead.Yes it's still shocking.
Two become three. But will become one next week.
Zoo, zoo, zoo, going to the zoo, zoo, zoo.
Two new ITV drama in one week? Not great news unfortunately.
With a change in style and a very new Doctor, did Deep Breath meet our expectations?
The final season of The Killing is here. Six hours to wrap things up.
Laughs, tears, and a lot of emotions - Orange Is The New Black has it all.
What do you mean it's out already?
It’s a bumper edition of the Penny Dreadful reviews this week, as both episodes five, Closer than Sisters and six, What Death Can Join Together, prove to be the best yet.
The finale to beat all finale's? Looks like it.
BBC Three's acclaimed Zombie drama In the Flesh finishes its' second season in fine style. With edge of the seat scenes and real poignant human drama, is this BBC Three's finest hour of television?
A much happier valley now?
Holy moly Game Of Thrones. What next?
Things are heating up in Roarton as old battle lines are redrawn, and the time is coming where you have to decide which side you're on. The living, or the undead.
Excellent stuff on Game Of Thrones this week, one of the best of season 4.
The most misleading title in TV history. Yes it's the gripping Happy Valley.
Think of it as Silk but with dragons and Charles Dance.
John Simm and Craig Parkinson star in another cop on cop drama. Only this time on ITV.
This week, some talking. And more talking. A bit of walking and talking. And a sword through the head. Cool.
Admit it, you've missed 24 haven't you?
Can we learn to live with Jaime Lannister again?
More misery but also some fun. Later than usual it's gotta be Game Of Thrones.
Spoiler alert and then spoiler alert.
That nasty House Lannister, smug as smug can be.
AC-12 will return. Definitely.