Monday: Paddington, Netflix
Based on the popular character from childrenís literature, Paddington Bear travels from Peru to London, where he is taken in by the Brown family. In London, Paddington searches for Montgomery Clyde, the explorer he met in Peru, and finds himself being chased by a taxidermist. Stars Hugh Bonneville. Based n the character created by Michael Bond.
Tuesday:†Game of Thrones: Story So Far, 8.30pm, showcase
Ahead of season seven, a gripping catch-up of the epic storylines of six seasons of Game of Thrones, with cast members, Michelle Fairley, Kristian Nairn, Pedro Pascal and creator George RR 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 Handmaidís Tale, 8.30pm, SBS on demand
Based on Margaret Atwoodís best-selling novel, The Handmaidís 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
Father Robert's revelations have lasting repercussions; things get more difficult when Caroline goes into premature labour. Bella and Josh deliberate over how to deal with their father, and the search for Lizzie continues.
In this thriller therapist Jean Holloway (Naomi Watts develops dangerous and intimate relationships with the people in her patientsí lives.†
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