Wednesday, 7.30pm, Ten When actors are familiar you tend to be a little more forgiving of the plot and dialogue shortcomings of anything new you find them in. To a point. Wedding Band is about a bunch of American mates who discover they can make a fortune, eat well and score lots of sex by playing in a band together at weddings. Well at least it’s not about rings on the fourth finger of the left hand. Far from it. The familiar faces include Brian Austin Green, who played David Silver in the original television series Beverly Hills, 90210 from 1990 to 2000. Green was also amazing as Derek Reese in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and not too shabby as Keith Watson, who had a relationship with Bree Van de Kamp (Marcia Cross) in Desperate Housewives. The Wedding Band cast also includes Harold Perrineau, best known as the elusive Michael Dawson in Lost, as Link in The Matrix films, and as narrator Augustus Hill in the American television prison series Oz. Unfortunately, Wedding Band plays like The Monkees for grown-ups. Character development is absolutely minimal and nothing of significance seems to happen. It is also a little disappointing to see that Green, whose father was a country and western singer, has learned absolutely nothing about how to make his left hand look as if it is actually forming chord shapes on his guitar’s neck. Disappointing, but at this time of the year beggars can’t be choosers.