'... continued to chug along pleasantly and inoffensively.' Read on for the critics' full verdict on last night's TV.

Mutual Friends, BBC1
“... continued to chug along pleasantly and inoffensively.”
Kevin Maher, The Times

Mutual Friends, BBC1
“I find myself fretfully picking at psychological loose ends and missing stitches nearly all the time now, provoked by the general weightlessness of the characters and the improbable way they behave.”
Thomas Sutcliffe, The Independent

UK Border Force, Sky1
“I couldn't help thinking the people trying to get in might be more interesting than the people trying to keep them out.”
Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

Prison Break, Sky1
“... ridiculously exciting - fabulous fun.”
Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

Who Really Killed Jesus, Five
“Finding a television documentary that promises to explain something; and then does exactly that, is as rare as finding archaeological treasure at a car boot sale. Who Really Killed Jesus came about as close as any programme can get - but even that wasn't really very close.”
Matt Baylis, Daily Express