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TV Weekly Guide 18-23 September

On September 18, 2017

Monday: The Deuce, 8.30pm, showcase
From the creators of The Wire, James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal star in a new original series.

Tuesday: Top of the Lake: China Girl, 10.30pm, BBC First
Miranda drops a bombshell that brings her closer to the dead girl.

Wednesday: The Handmaid’s Tale, 10.25pm, SBS
Based on Margaret Atwood’s best-selling novel, The Handmaid’s Tale takes place in Gilead, a theocratic regime that values women only through their ability to reproduce. Offred (Elisabeth Moss) is Handmaiden to a wealthy couple who cannot conceive, and must navigate her way through Gilead unnoticed.

Thursday: The Wrong Girl, 8.30pm, Ten
After a clip of Eric is leaked online, The Breakfast Bar is placed in the firing line as public outrage ignites. Lily begins to feel pangs of jealousy and insecurity when Jack is reunited with an ex-lover.

Friday: QI, 8.00pm, ABC
Be enlightened in this episode as the theme 'illumination' is discussed. Joining QI master Stephen Fry are bright sparks Chris Addison, Jack Dee, Rich Hall and Alan Davies.

Saturday: Home Fires, 7.30pm, ABC
It's June, 1940 and Britain faces the threat of imminent invasion. With the Battle of Britain looming, the villagers of Great Paxford live under a cloud of fear and suspicion.

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