2010 WAS A YEAR IN WHICH BAD BOYS CAME BACK TO OUR SCREEN (ESPECIALLY ON SEVEN), THERE WERE TOO MANY POLICE DRAMAS AND NOT ENOUGH COMEDIES, PLENTY OF SPIN-OFFS AND FEW NEW FORMATS, DIGITAL CHANNELS WERE BOOMING, AND 3D BECAME A GIMMICK BUT WHERE WAS OUR HD TELEVISION? COOKING CLONES WERE EVERYWHERE, TEN GOT NEW BOSSES, THAT HEY DAD..! SCANDAL BROKE OUT AND WE BID FAREWELL TO LOST AND THE BILL.
Never mind the ratings, we rate the Aussie networks on what they brought to the table in 2010.
Plus: Eliza Dushku returns to television, Alcatraz has its lead, and we finally find out when Archer will return!
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Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
Plus: Hurley reunited with J.J. Abrams for a new show, and Fox's new schedule moves American Idol to Wednesday and Fringe to the graveyard.
Plus: Ace of Cakes will layer its last cake, Kelsey Grammer is back to work, and Caprica gets zero respect from Syfy.
Plus: Is Tim Allen returning to television?, say goodbye to the Jonas Brothers, and IFC is making some weird-slash-awesome shows.
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Also, Darren Criss serenades Kurt on Glee. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
Nothing says Halloween like gallons of red corn syrup, eh?
Plus: A Battlestar spinoff is happening, Daniel Faraday joins an FX series, and does Lone Star still have a pulse?
STILL UNSURE WHETHER YOU SHOULD WATCH CHANNEL 4'S LATEST AMERICAN DRAMA, THE EVENT? LET OUR REVIEW HELP YOU DECIDE WHETHER TO TUNE IN...
Still unsure whether you should watch Channel 4's latest American drama, The Event? Let our review help you decide whether to tune in...
ONE OF THE INDUSTRY'S MOST PROLIFIC AND HIGHLY REGARDED DIRECTORS WILL VISIT AUSTRALIA NEXT MONTH TO PRESENT DIRECTING MASTERCLASSES TO THOSE INTERESTED IN WORKING IN FILM AND TELEVISION.
Bobby Roth has been involved in some of the most successful television programs of recent years including Prison Break, Lost, FlashForward, Numb3rs, V and Fringe.
The race to find the next Lost might be over, as Cartoon Network has a gem of a mystery on its hands.
Plus: Pickups for The Event and Outsourced, V loses a few episodes, and Friday Night Lights dumped by ABC Family.
LAST NIGHT'S PREMIERE OF UNDERCOVER BOSS AUSTRALIA SWEPT THE BOARD LAST NIGHT WITH A PEAK AUDIENCE OF 1.56 MILLION VIEWERS.
The Australian adaptation is based on the original American format, in which a multinational CEO spends in a week in their employee's shoes to allow them to address issues and problems within the company.
Plus: People love to watch Brett Favre, De Niro gets a new cop show, and how much longer does Running Wilde have to live?
Plus: Glee beats the Beatles, the Lost cast is reuniting, and Dora the Explorer sues Nickelodeon.
Lone Star won't be this season's only cancellation; we examine the candidates and predict which shows are safe, which shows are on a short leash, and which shows are about to get canned.
Plus: Human Target and Lie to Me rescheduled, True Blood gets honored, and CSI gets edgy.
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The second episode of NBC's sci-fi political thriller answered questions before we even had a chance to theorize over them; we still can't tell if it's good or not.
Plus: We have our new Bachelor who isn't new at all, CBS is making another Twitter comedy, and a Summer Glau alert!