Tuesday: Game of Thrones: Greatest Moments, 8.30pm, showcase
Epic battles, audacious coups and murderous revenge, the 20 greatest moments from the first six seasons as voted for by the fans. Featuring Michelle Fairley, Kristian Nairn, Pedro Pascal and creator George R R Martin.
Wednesday: House of Cards, Netflix
Season 5. With the stakes higher than ever, Frank (Kevin Spacey) and Claire (Robin Wright) work together to consolidate their power and win the White House by any means possible, while cracks continue to threaten the stability of their marriage.
Thursday: The Handmaid’s Tale, 8.30pm, SBS on demand
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.
Friday: Unforgotten, 8.30pm, ABC
Sir Phillip Cross makes a hard decision in order to protect his family and salvage what's left of his reputation. Ray returns home to find Lizzie gone and a note that reads 'I'm sorry' and Father Robert comes clean to the police.
Saturday: Gypsy, Netflix
In this thriller therapist Jean Holloway (Naomi Watts develops dangerous and intimate relationships with the people in her patients’ lives.
Sunday: Poldark, 8.30pm, ABC
A grain ship is raided by starving villagers and George sentences the peasants harshly; Demelza gives birth to a daughter; George decides to host a Christmas party to court the gentry.
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