IT'S NOT BAD!
It may not have the most original of origins, but this version of the British teen comedy is funny, weird, and heartfelt in such a way as to feel wholly new.
Wow, has another week gone by already? So it has. And what a week it was.
Plus: The Munsters moves to pilot stage, good news for Grimm, and Happy Endings casts Max's boyfriend (and it's a good one).
Plus: Michael C. Hall may be done with Dexter, Kristen Wiig may be done with SNL, and Blake Lively may be done with Leo!
FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA
Thanks to attractive tax incentives and high-quality studio facilities, New York is now host to a record-breaking 23 primetime TV shows.
SAFE FOR WORK
Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
FOR DECADES NOW THERE HAS BEEN A STEADY STREAM OF TALENTED AUSTRALIAN ACTORS AND ACTRESSES HEADING TO THE US TO "DEVELOP THEIR CAREERS".
Some make it and some break it, but either way there is currently a strong crop of Aussie stars making a big impact on US television and doing their home country proud!
Plus: Michael Urie finds post-Betty work, Alcatraz adds two more inmates, and The Walking Dead fires its entire writing staff.
Plus: True Blood casts witches and fighters, Being Human gets a premiere date, and Jenny gets kicked off Gossip Girl.
Plus: See The Amazing Race like you never have before, ABC books another blog for a series, and Republicans love Jay Leno.
Paul Young has officially returned to Wisteria Lane.
THE LADIES OF WISTERIA LANE
Catch up on the neighborhood gossip before Sunday's Season 7 premiere.
NINE'S NEW TELEMOVIE PROJECT TAKES A BITE OUT OF THE HORROR GENRE.
Nine is boosting its output of telemovies, and one of them will have real bite.
IT'S TIME FOR BRITISH VIEWERS TO CATCH UP ON THE LAST THREE YEARS OF MANNEQUINS, MAKEUP, MAGNIFICENT CLOTHES, AND MODE.
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 the final of The Mentalist, the premiere of the new HBO comedy Hung, the new season of Toni Collette's United States of Tara and more.
What to watch on Wednesday, June 2.
The residents of Wisteria Lane are getting another new neighbor... but another familiar face is leaving.
Plus: More Walking Dead casting news, President Obama takes shots at Jay Leno, and actress Lynn Redgrave passes away at age 67.