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Survivors is a remake of a hit show of the same name from the mid-70s that followed a group of people who survive an accidentally-released plague.
Channel 4 sitcom The IT Crowd has gained plenty of fans over its first couple of series – especially those who can sympathise with the much-despised and oft-maligned IT employees the program focuses on – Maurice Moss, Irish engineer Roy and technically ignorant Jen.
It must be documentary season for washed-up politicians.
ITV has proven itself to be good at copying things. Strictly Come Dancing became such a huge hit that Dancing on Ice suddenly appeared, and the popularity of Doctor Who, I’m sure, had no bearing at all on Primeval hitting our screens.
John Prescott has always been a polarising figure during his time in politics, but his latest venture seems a little unusual.
Reality shows can be tiring. There’s X Factor, Britain’s Got Talent, Strictly Come Dancing and more – and then, when one finishes, another begins almost immediately.
Plenty of people have visited America for the odd holiday, but national treasure Stephen Fry has undertaken a somewhat bigger journey – to travel across the US of A and visit every single state along the way in a bid to learn more about the country.
Liverpudlian Alexei Sayle has always been fiercely proud of his home city – and his new series, Alexei Sayle’s Liverpool, explores the history of the famous old metropolis.
I know that Big Brother’s started again this week – unbelievably, it’s the ninth series and the premise is wearing thinner than the average pop group – but there’s plenty of decent TV around if you’re keen to avoid Channel 4’s collection of attention-seeking folk cooped up in a house for a few months.
Saturday night saw one of the biggest TV showdowns of the year: Andrew Lloyd Webber versus Simon Cowell, as the live finals of musical reality show I’d Do Anything and variety contest Britain’s Got Talent went head-to-head in the ratings.