Been watching Mutant X this week, which has just started showing on Freeview. So far, an appallingly plotted, highly preposterous pile of tosh. It's great. (I'd also forgotten how much I liked John Shea, and that I'd spent several series wanting Lois to go off with Lex...). So far there is much Alan-Statham-esque swirling of coat-tails as people sweep round corners, which no doubt the Mutants spend all their off-hours practicing, when they're not pose-fighting on elevated platforms, or having sensors stuck on their breasts by John Shea...hmmn, where was I?
Also caught the first episode of Tru Calling, where a mortuary attendant gets to live the same day twice, and try and save the life of her latest corpse before they're corpsified. Presumably doing herself out of a job in the process. Tending a bit too much to mawkish sentimentality in places, and proving that Eliza Dushku can only act one character, but held my attention to the end (happened across it accidentally) and was quite entertaining. Don't know if I'll bother to watch any more though.
And finally, hurrah, The Avengers is back, on BBC4. Bowler hats a-go-go.