Saturday, midnight, Seven If you’ve been watching the election coverage from 5pm, God help you, but here’s some light relief. The shenanigans of Wisteria Lane coven members have kept us entertained since 2004 as they faced suicide, murder, adultery, theft and everything else that goes on in an ordinary suburban street. In 2007 it was reported to be the most popular show in its demographic worldwide, with an audience of about 120 million. The eighth and final season was filmed in 2011. In this episode, Susan Mayer (Teri Hatcher) is welcomed home with a dinner party that leads to murder. Yup, just another evening in with this highmaintenance bunch of gals. record button or iView to ensure you don’t miss the first half of this two-part profile of the writer, comedian and director. It includes footage of Allen on the set of some of his famous movies going back to 1972 and interviews with actors, directors and critics who agree he’s brilliant but ‘‘ cripplingly shy’’, ‘‘ a little nutty’’ and even ‘‘ the anti-Christ’’. The documentary is followed by one his most memorable films, Annie Hall, which Evan Williams reviews on Page 27.