Sunday: The Wolf of Wall Street, 8.30pm, Foxtel Premiere
Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill. From the American dream to corporate greed, Jordan Belfort goes from penny stocks and righteousness to IPOs and a life of corruption and excess affluence in the late '80s.
Monday: Worst Place To Be A Pilot: A Long Way From Home, 8.30pm, SBS
In this episode, Captain Sam Quinn finds himself in the middle of a family dispute as he delivers much needed supplies to a remote Papuan tribes people.
Tuesday: Olive Kitteridge, 7.30pm, Showcase
S1, Ep4. Security: Olive travels to New York to visit Christopher. Olive and Jack Kennison form an unlikely bond.
Wednesday: Winter, 9.00pm, SEVEN
Premiere. Skeletons: When Detective Eve Winter is assigned the murder investigation of a young mother in a remote fishing village she is faced with a complex web of deceit going back a decade. Starring Rebecca Gibney and Peter O’Brien.
?Thursday: Hiding, 8.30pm, ABC
Premiere. After a botched drug deal, Troy must take his family into Witness Protection in exchange for giving evidence against his former employer, vicious crime boss Nils Vandenberg.
Friday: James and the Giant Peach, 6.30pm, Foxtel Disney
1996) Miriam Margolyes, Joanna Lumley. Ripe with the spirited fun, this film follows a lonely young boy who finds some unusual new friends and unexpected adventures when he climbs inside a giant peach and sets sail for New York City.
Saturday: Foyle’s War, 8.30pm, ABC
Final Series. High Castle: Foyle is now working for British Intelligence and is drawn into the world of corrupt Nazi businessmen when a London university professor is found murdered.
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