Sunday: ANZAC Girls, 8.30pm, ABC
Premiere. Our nurses arrive in Egypt and soon realise that war is not quite the 'splendid adventure' they initially thought as they deal with convoy after convoy of dead and dying men from the botched Gallipoli campaign.
Monday: The Politician’s Husband, 8.30pm, BBC First
Driven by a desire to avenge his own downfall, Aiden plots against his old friend Bruce. As he sits on the sidelines watching his wife's meteoric rise, Aiden is increasingly consumed with jealousy and paranoia. Starring David Tennant and Emily Watson.
Tuesday: Location Location Location Australia, 8.30pm, Lifestyle
Veronica and Bryce help two couples at different stages of life. Veronica is helping Michael and Naomi find their dream home while Bryce is searching for the perfect downsizer for retired vineyard owners.
Wednesday: Utopia, 8.30pm, ABC
Premiere starring Rob Sitch. Attempts to sign an international development deal are compromised by Rhonda's decision to redesign the NBA's logo. Nat has to find room for a community garden within a waterfront development.
Thursday: Outlander, 8.30pm, Soho
Sassenach: While on her 2nd honeymoon, World War II nurse Claire Randall is mysteriously transported back in time to 1743 Scotland where she is kidnapped by a group of Highlanders and meets an injured young man named Jamie.
Friday: Secret State, 8.30pm, ABC
Final episode. Agnes tries every avenue to contact Tom Dawkins and share her information about what brought down the prime minister's plane. Starring Charles Dance and Gabriel Byrne.
Saturday: Bring It On, 7.30pm, Nine
The perfect Saturday night family movie starring Kirsten Dunst.
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