The tale of a sad-sack, unfunny wannabe comedian in New York City, Crashing announces its creator and star Pete Holmes as a serious talent.
Sarah Thomas The to-do list of Canadian pop duo Tegan and Sara includes touring - and changing - the world.
Garry Maddox For the director of Slumdog Millionaire and Steve Jobs, it has taken more than two decades to return to the seedy adventures of four Scottish addicts.
Debbie Cuthbertson Lindy West is anything but shrill.
Jake Wilson An average cast, heavy-handed symbolism and "bewilderingly disjointed" editing make poor work of this dark period in Soviet history.
Garry Maddox The favourite to win a batch of Oscars doesn't deserve the slamming it's been getting from disappointed viewers.
Broede Carmody Beauty fades. Wealth and fame are forever.
Annie Brown Just another award to add to her collection.
Broede Carmody After successfully transforming the competitive cooking genre into a deliciously contrived snark-fest, My Kitchen Rules is running out of steam - and it looks like not even a handsome new judge or the Real Housewives of Wollongong can resuscitate it.
Rob Moran I know you are, but what am I?