Sunday: Victoria, 8.30pm, BBC First
When eighteen-year-old Victoria becomes Queen, her mother the Duchess of Kent, led by her adviser, Conroy, circle around the young monarch, itching to seize power.
Monday: Hyde & Seek, 8.30pm, Nine
Gary and Claire track a suspected terrorist to Far North Queensland and intercept a smuggler with a deadly cargo. Meanwhile, Tanya and Kevin uncover a money laundering operation with a difference.
Tuesday: Cold Feet, 9.00pm, Seven
The 90s hit series is back. Adam returns to announce his impending wedding but without the blessing of his friends could he be getting Cold Feet? James Nesbitt stars as Adam.
Wednesday: The Wrong Girl, 8.30pm, Ten
Lily arrives at work to an unexpected and exciting proposition. Later, Lily is forced to lie to Jack when Simone's partying gets out of hand, but how long until Jack learns the truth?
Thursday: Outlander, 9.30pm, SBS
A married combat nurse from 1945 is mysteriously swept back to 1743 Scotland and thrown into the middle of the Scottish rebellion against the British army.
Friday: Marcella, Netflix
Former London detective Marcella Backland (Anna Friel) is devastated when her husband leaves her and their two children. He is head of Legal Affairs at DTG Construction, property developers effectively controlled by the Gibson family. When Marcella is visited by a senior detective on the murder squad seeking information regarding an unsolved, 11-year-old murder case, Marcella returns to the murder squad. She enters a world of online dating, prostitution, and the dubious dealings of her husband's employers while trying to save her marriage.
Saturday: Agatha Raisin, 7.30pm, ABC
When Agatha's ex-husband Jimmy Raisin returns to Carsely unannounced, it tests her relationship with James Lacey to breaking point. But Agatha faces the crisis of a lifetime when she is framed for murder.
Sunday: Doctor Who, 7.40pm, ABCOn September 20, 2015
Monday: The Deuce, 8.30pm, showcaseOn September 11, 2017
Sunday: Barracuda, 8.40pm, ABCOn July 10, 2016
Express from the US for the first time in Australia on its new home, Universal Channel.On June 1, 2015
Sunday: Victoria, 8.30pm, BBC FirstOn October 16, 2016
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