“It is, quite simply, rubbish.” Read on for the full verdict on last night’s TV.

Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire, BBC2
“It is, quite simply, rubbish. I could go on: crass, juvenile, ill-judged, piss-poorly written, annoying. What was Michael Gambon thinking when he agreed to narrate?”
Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

Undercover Boss, C4
“Undercover Boss took all the pedestrian tropes of modern factual entertainment and scrunched them into a miserable, punctured ball.”
Paul Whitelaw, The Scotsman

Psychoville, BBC2
“It’s not the lack of plot that I was talking about, when I said I didn’t get it. It’s the whole weird, macabre melodrama, Royston-Vasey, comedy-gothic (insert comedy-gothic music here) thing. It just leaves me a bit cold - and not in a chilling way. I didn’t laugh much, which is a bit of a problem in a comedy.”
Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

May Contain Nuts, ITV1
“Middle-class monster parents should be a rich seam to mine. But here it’s all so overblown, over-the-top, cardboard and cliched that it just becomes a little bit ridiculous.”
Sam Wollaston, The Guardian