Sunday: The Exorcist, 8.30pm, showcase
Series premiere. Something is wrong in the Rance household. Angela Rance suspects demonic possession and enlists the help of two priests: Father Tomas Ortega and Father Marcus Keane.
Monday: Westworld, 7.30pm, showcase
Ford unveils his bold new narrative, Dolores embraces her identity, and Maeve sets her plan in motion.
Tuesday: The Affair, 8.30pm, showcase
Running from secrets she left behind in Paris, Juliette finds Noah an alluring prospect. But a terrifying event shatters all hope of an easy affair. Meanwhile, Noah must fight like never before to make sense of what just occurred.
Wednesday: The Secret Agent, 8.30pm, BBC First
London, 1886. Soho shopkeeper Verloc is paid by the Russian Embassy to spy on an anarchist cell. The Russians demand that Verloc orchestrates a bomb attack that will be blamed on the anarchists and provoke a British crackdown.
Thursday: Doctor Foster, 8.30pm, ABC
Gemma decides on a new start with Simon, but her medical career begins to fall apart due to a series of complaints. Pushed to the brink, can she find the strength to carry on?
Friday: The Crown, Streaming, Netflix
Stars Matt Smith and Claire Foy. The drama follows that start of Queen Elizabeth IIís reign.
Saturday: Gilmore Girls (A Year in the Life), Streaming, Netflix
Gilmore girls makes its much-anticipated return with four memorable chapters from the lives of Lorelai, Emily, Rory and countless more Stars Hollow stalwarts. Picking up nine years after we last dropped in on the whimsical Connecticut town, Gilmore girls: A Year in the Life finds each of our leading ladies at a major crossroad: Lorelaiís relationship with Luke is at an unnerving standstill; Roryís budding journalism career in New York has stalled before it's even begun; and Emilyís world is turned upside down following the untimely passing of her beloved husband, Richard.
Sunday: Satisfaction, 8.30pm, ShowcaseOn June 14, 2015
Sunday: The People v OJ Simpson, 8.30, TENOn March 13, 2016
Monday: The Crown, NetflixOn December 11, 2017
Sunday: The A Word, 8.30pm, BBC FirstOn September 4, 2016