In the Human Target Christopher Chance (played by Mark Valley) (below top), a bodyguard and security expert protects his clients by completely integrating himself into their lives to become the "human target" to flush out the baddies.
Full of super stunts and astute banter it's entertainment at its best. The slightly "darker" The Event's (above bottom) plot centers on the presence of extraterrestrial people who have been detained by the United States Government for over 60 years but have now become exposed to the general public.
In Season 3 of The Mentalist Patrick (Simon Baker) (below top) continues his hunt for Red John. Made with subtle humour and excellent storylines this is one programme yet to disappoint.
I wanted the gorgeous Raven (above bottom) to win the second Drag Race from the very beginning but alas she came second.
My other favourites were the sassy Morgan McMichaels and the hilarious Pandora Boxx. The hair, make-up and outfits are as outlandish as the personalities: bitching on wheels galore! And of course Ru herself is on form with her stunning gowns. Can't wait for race n:o 3!
Food critic Giles and comedian Sue (above middle) have embarked on hairbrained schemes before and this time is no exception.
In celebration of the classic sitcom The Good Life's 35th birthday, they step back in time to 1975 to find out what it takes to make the self-sufficient dream a reality. If the first episode is anything to go by the series is going to be a hoot, I was sniggering all the way through.
In the Edwardian Farm archaeologists Alex and Peter and historian Ruth (above bottom) attempt to bring Morwellham Quay in Devon back to life as it was in its Edwardian heyday.
This is the third series from the intrepid team as they live a full calendar year emulating the "ye olde days". The previous experiments were set in Tudor and Victorian times. Funny and thoroughly enjoyable, relaxing yet educational entertainment.
I was really looking forward to Season 4 of The Big Bang Theory but after two episodes I have to say: same old same old.
Of course Sheldon is still funny but maybe three series was enough? I'll watch the rest of it but so far it's not looking good ...