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In E4's new US import, Saturday Night Live alumnus Andy Samberg stars as Detective Jake Peralta, a police officer who doesn't take his job as seriously as he should, yet somehow manages to get results. As his squad leader Sergeant Terry Jeffords (Terry Crews from Everybody Hates Chris) put it: "The only puzzle he hasn't solved is how to grow up."

New Yes, Prime Minister panned by the critics

The return of Yes, Prime Minister to the small screen after a 24-year absence has been met with criticism from reviewers.

Calum Clark

Calum Clark wants to put past behind him following England call-up

Clark broke the elbow of Leicester hooker Rob Hawkins

Grace Dent on TV: Mrs Brown's Boys, BBC1

Irritating relatives, terrible jokes, mindless banter: the perfect accompaniment to a family Christmas

John Leguizamo (right) in the role of Del made famous by Sir David Jason (left).

Only Fools and Horses US version shelved

After a second pilot ABC decides not to commission the show

The Thick of It stars share top honours with Hunderby

The BBC political satire The Thick Of It has marked a year which saw "omnishambles" recognised by the Oxford English Dictionary by taking two prizes at the British Comedy Awards.

Way To Go: Assisted suicide gets comedy treatment

Helping the terminally ill to die becomes a 'life line' for twentysomething mates in this new BBC comedy

Books of the Year 2012: Celebrity

From art to sport, poetry to nature, travel to food, history to music: our writers select the best of the year’s books in a comprehensive guide to the highlights in every shade of the literary spectrum – except grey

Former Malcolm in the Middle child star Frankie Muniz suffers mini-stroke

Muniz's career since 2006 has not matched the success of his hit show

Have you heard the one about the comedian competing against herself? Double Comedy Awards nod for Olivia Colman

There is double delight for Olivia Colman after she was nominated twice in the same category in the British Comedy Awards.

The cast of the US Inbetweeners

American Inbetweeners axed after just one series

MTV has cancelled the show which was branded 'intolerably bland' by one critic

The Peep show returns on Sunday night

Staying in and going out: When did Sunday night become the new Friday?

Back in the mid-1990s, there was no contest as to which night ruled the comedy waves. It was Fridays on Channel 4 when the broadcaster ran various combinations of Friends, Frasier, and others.

The Insider: How to decorate on a budget

Holly Becker is the queen of interiors blogs. Her hugely popular website, Decor8 (decor8blog.com), has already spawned one bestselling book. Now she has a second out: Decorate Workshop (£25, Jacqui Small), a step-by-step guide to grappling with your own interiors project, beautifully illustrated with inspiring pictures. I asked Ms Becker to share her best tips for small budgets…

'Overhaul the role of health assistants'

Healthcare assistants should be independently regulated "in the interests of patient safety and care quality", a report suggested today.

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