The Weekend Australian - Review - - Tv - Ian Cuth­bert­son

East of Ev­ery­thing, 8.30pm, ABC1

Lik­able lo­cal drama con­tin­ues. I can’t say this is in the rush home or set the recorder cat­e­gory, but it’s plea­sur­able view­ing, not least be­cause it was made in By­ron Shire, north­ern NSW, which, as thou­sands of surfers in search of them­selves will tell you, is one of the most beau­ti­ful places in the world. For any­one familiar with the area, the ed­its are a scream. Susie Porter’s char­ac­ter Eve parks her car near Main Beach but emerges on Tal­low Beach. Soap is some­how less soapy in a beau­ti­ful if frag­mented place.

Grey’s Anatomy, 8.30pm, Seven

‘‘ At the end of the day the ex­pe­ri­ence of prac­tis­ing medicine bears lit­tle re­sem­blance to the dream.’’ Ain’t that the truth. But, re­ally, what did th­ese girls think medicine was go­ing to be: school­yard doc­tors and nurses? Mad­cap af­fairs with rich sur­geons? Seems to me they’ve got ex­actly what they bar­gained for. In the af­ter­math of last week’s shock­ing crash, there are emo­tional thrills and spills.

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