Everything is in place for the end of the season - but where will the pieces fall?
Is there still a place on TV for talent shows, or has Britain's Got Talent had it's day?
A much happier valley now?
A stronger episode of Penny Dreadful this week, as Rory Kinnear takes centre stage.
Fargo slows down but allows Martin Freeman to shine
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.
It's an inconsistent episode of Penny Dreadful this week, but boasting strong performances and dark, emotive set pieces.
Six episodes of brilliance. Here's hoping four to go...
Excellent stuff on Game Of Thrones this week, one of the best of season 4.
An intriguing first episode for new television horror, Penny Dreadful.
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.
More than just another ITV crime drama
BBC Three's acclaimed Zombie Drama In the Flesh returns for a second series in a longer 6 part run, we review Episodes 1 & 2 here.
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.
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.
Bodie and Doyle are back on Blu-ray.
Spoiler alert and then spoiler alert.
That nasty House Lannister, smug as smug can be.
The explosive finale to the first season of the Musketeers see's friend against friend, Church against the Crown, but will everyone walk out alive?
The Season 4 finale of The Walking Dead. Rick is back.
And so we finally reach Terminus. It's been a long haul...