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TV Weekly Guide 7-13 August

On August 7, 2016

Sunday: The Night Of, 8.30pm, showcase
Stone warns Naz to keep quiet. Box meets with the victim's stepfather and, later, prosecutor Helen Weiss.

Monday: The Kettering Incident, 8.30pm, showcase
Kettering is in crisis toxic water is coming from the ridge and the mill has been sold. A fingerprint from 15 years ago links a missing local to Gillian's disappearance.

Tuesday: Shades of Blue, 8.30pm, Universal
Harlee Santos a detective at the heart of a tight-knit crew of cops. The crew often steps outside the law to protect their precinct. When an FBI Agent arrests Harlee and turns her into an informant. Jennifer Lopez stars as Harlee Santos.

Wednesday: The Katering Show, 9.10pm, ABC
The Kates don teething necklaces and use their position as 'New Celebrity Mums' to work through some postnatal traumas and create two recipes that take the terms 'Yummy Mummy' way, way too literally.

A new cooking satire. Thursday: Mr Robot, Streaming, Presto
MR. ROBOT follows Elliot, a young and brilliant programmer who has perfected the art of computer hacking. Elliot suffers from a debilitating anti-social disorder, making hacking into peoples’ lives his only means of human connection. He wields his skills as a weapon to protect the people he cares about from those who are trying to hurt them. Ultimately, he finds himself at the intersection between his day job at a cybersecurity firm and "F-Society," an underground hacking collective that is trying to recruit Elliot to help take down the “one-percent".

Friday: A Very Secret Service, Netflix streaming
In 1960, young André Merlaux eagerly accepts a cryptic summons to take a position as a trainee officer with the French Secret Services. He will be watched over by the operations director Moïse, and reluctantly mentored by senior colleagues. French society is changing at home as well, with a rising counterculture exemplified by growing feminism and New Wave cinema.

Saturday: The Coroner, 7.30pm, ABC
Donald Sidwell, an elderly gentleman, races home in his vintage car to Sidwell Hall and attempts to drag his agoraphobic daughter Olivia outside as shock treatment. Later, his family discover his body.

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