What was on the weekend of May 14 and 15. Click on the links to write your reviews.
Eurovision (BBC1, 8pm) Graham Norton hosts the big event from Sweden. Can Joe and Jake end the UK’s disastrous run by finally winning the crown? No. Don’t worry, it’s only a three and half hour show and then the agony’s over. Why do we care about this ludicrous song contest?
Britain’s Got Talent (ITV, 8pm) More fun, games and judges clichés as Simon Cowell takes us on another trip to the end of the pier. Loving it? Or do you think this series is a strangely flat affair?
Can’t Touch This (BBC1, 5.30pm) Despite an almost universal lack of interest, Zoe Ball’s disastrous Total Wipeout rip-off is still trundling on. Why?
Bang On The Money (ITV, 7pm) Despite an almost universal lack of interest, ITV’s disastrous game show is still trundling on. Why?
Undercover (BBC1, 9pm) The series that time forgot staggers to its uneagerly awaited conclusion. I stopped caring at least four episodes ago. After its smash hit predecessor The Night Manager became the talking point of the nation, this right-on drama about evil racists and horrid policemen didn’t. But did it work for you?
Indian Summers (Channel 4, 9pm) The final episode of a drama that Channel 4 has axed due to lack of interest. Microscopic ratings. The samey plot about the last days of British rule in India was described as “constipated”. Are glad to see the back of it? Or sorry that it’s going?
The Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebrations (ITV, 8.35pm) Hey Your Maj… you’re 90, we’ve got it. How many more parties is she going to have? This one’s hosted by Ant & Dec from the grounds of Windsor Castle. Starring 900 horses and 1500 humans. Including Kylie Minogue, Helen Mirren, Damian Lewis and the inevitable Kathryn Jenkins. I simply can wait. Make it stop.