TV.COM'S PICK OF THE BEST TV SHOWS ON AUSSIE SCREENS THIS WEEK.
Our pick of the best shows on Aussie screens this week including new series' of Project Runway
, Nip/Tuck anf Selling Houses Australia
as well the top 20 to 1 All Time Favourite TV Themes and The Best of Tropfest 2010.
BREAKING THE NORM
FX has a history of taking television staples and turning them on their heads; we take a look at the channel's ten best shows and how they shaped cable's best network.
Wednesday's series finale was a disappointing non-event.
What to watch on Wednesday, March 3.
Plus: Battlestar Galactica vets find new jobs, Paula Abdul won't go Dancing, and Dylan Walsh has a post-Nip/Tuck pilot.
Famke Janssen makes her triumphant return to Nip/Tuck tonight as life coach/life ruiner Ava Moore. To celebrate, we look at the 10 guest stars who've performed the show's most successful augmentations
What to watch on Wednesday, February 24.
From doing meth in front of a baby to having sex in a fat suit, Nip/Tuck’s Kelly Carlson looks back at the role of the always outrageous Kimber Henry.
What to watch on Wednesday, February 17.
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
On our list this week: An Ugly Betty actress, Heroes, Jimmy Kimmel, and Flash Forward.
NIP/TUCK—Kimber Henry-McNamara-Troy is presumed dead after an apparent suicide.
Ironically titled “We’re All Adults,” Wednesday's episode was perhaps the show's most juvenile installment yet.
The series is so close to being over, and we keep waiting for the climax we’ve been promised. But we’re starting to feel like we’ll still be waiting long after the final credits roll.
Wednesday's episode may not have been all that creative, but thanks to guest appearances by Sarah Paulson and Naveen Andrews, it was a lot of fun nonetheless.
Wow, the final nine episodes of Nip/Tuck. You'd think this consistently off-the-wall show would be pulling out all the stops. So what was the deal with Wednesday's episode, then?
What to watch on Wednesday, January 6.
THE GREATEST LIST OF ALL
Here at TV.com, we take our year-end list-making very seriously. Behold the 100 most awesome things about TV in 2009. (Vol. 3)
These 15 shows have already made their mark.
Except for the (disturbing but fresh) execution plot, last night's episode felt mostly like a retread of past events.