Sunday: Poldark, 8.30pm, ABC
Ross and Dwight stand trial for their part in the smuggling. A new tin lode gives Ross renewed hope in Wheal Grace, but it's George who is there for Elizabeth when her mother falls ill.
Monday: One of Us, 8.30pm, BBC First
A dramatic four-part tale set against the brooding backdrop of the Scottish Highlands. The story begins with the brutal murder of Adam and Grace, childhood sweethearts who've just returned from honeymoon. Stars Juliet Stevenson.
Tuesday: Cold Feet, 9.00pm, Seven
Pete and Jenny finally agree a compromise with Harry's daughter. Later, after a shaky start it looks like Adam's birthday is about to go off with a bang.
Wednesday: The Wrong Girl, 8.30pm, Ten
Meredith and Pete ask Lily to stay for the birth of their child which means Lily must ask Dale to call the show. Despite getting Jack to agree to do at least one more show, will he ever turn up?
Thursday: Doctor Foster, 8.30pm, ABC
Suspecting her husband of having an affair, Doctor Gemma Foster decides to investigate by enlisting a patient to follow him. And rather than confront him, she confides in her colleague Ros.
Friday: House of Cards, Streaming, Netflix
A ruthless politician will stop at nothing to get into Washington D.C.. Stars Kevin Spacey. Makes interesting watching in the light of the recent election in the US.
Saturday: The Crown, Streaming, Netflix
Stars Matt Smith and Claire Foy. The drama follows that start of Queen Elizabeth IIís reign.
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