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TV Weekly Guide 20-26 September

On September 20, 2015

Sunday: Doctor Who, 7.40pm, ABC
Where is the Doctor? When the skies of Earth are frozen by a mysterious alien force, Clara needs her friend. But where is the Doctor, and what is he hiding from?

Monday: Show Me A Hero, 7.30pm, Showcase
A comprehensive orientation process awaits the incoming residents, and many have second thoughts about moving into neighbourhoods that don't welcome them.

Tuesday: Rectify, 10.30pm, SBS
The Source - Janet and Daniel go on a road trip, Tawney returns home and Jon regrets not helping Daniel more.
Meanwhile, Amantha has dinner with an unexpected companion.

Wednesday: Scream Queens, 9pm, Ten
When Wallace University is rocked by a string of murders, is Kappa House Queen B, Chanel Oberlin to blame?

Thursday: The Honourable Woman, 8.35pm, ABC
When a Palestinian businessman makes Nessa an offer regarding the cabling initiative in the Middle East, Nessa discovers the full cost of her release from captivity eight years ago.

Friday: Line of Duty, 9.25pm, ABC
With Gates on the run, the anticorruption team comes under pressure to close the case once and for all. And tensions flare between Arnott, Fleming and Hastings.

Saturday: The Constant Gardener, 8.30pm, SBS
A widower is determined to get to the bottom of a potentially explosive secret involving his wife's murder, big business, and corporate corruption.

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