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TV Weekly Guide 15-21 November

On November 15, 2015

Sunday: The Beautiful Lie, 8.30pm, ABC
Peter & Kitty get serious; Anna becomes increasingly jealous & fears she is losing Skeet; Is Xander ready to move on?; Peter discovers just how sick his brother is.

Monday: Black Work, 8.30pm, BBC First
When her detective husband is murdered, PC Jo Gillespie is expected to leave it to her colleagues to find his killer. But can Jo trust her police family? Stars Sheridan Smith.

Tuesday: Doctor Foster, 8.30pm, BBC First
Doctor Gemma Foster is about to have her life turned upside down. After suspecting her husband of an affair, she throws herself into an investigation that propels her, her family and even some of her patients into chaos.

Wednesday: Blindspot, 8.30pm, Seven
Patterson and her boyfriend David decode a tattoo clue and hidden message that leads to a catastrophic global plot at the CDC.

Thursday: The Intouchables, 8.30pm, World Movies
Based on a true story, a quadriplegic aristocrat's world is turned upside down when he hires an ex-con as his caretaker. The unlikely duo overcomes adversity of every flavour.

Friday: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, 8.30pm, Nine
Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark become targets of the Capitol after their victory in the 74th Hunger Games sparks a rebellion in the Districts of Panem.

Saturday: Breathless, 8.30pm, ABC
Otto, Charlie and Jean have a brush with the law when they attract the attention of the police whilst out on a 'special' private procedure.

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