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TV Weekly Guide July 20 July 26

On July 20, 2014

Sunday: The Tunnel, 9.30pm, ABC
As youths are burnt alive, police suspect the hand of the Truth Terrorist once more. They finally make a key arrest. Will this be the end of the killings in this brilliantly tense Anglo-French thriller?

Monday: 24: Live Another Day, 9.40pm, Ten
In the season finale, as the world teeters on a terror plot of mass proportions, Jack and the team reunite one last time to avert an imminent international crisis.

Tuesday: Who Do You think You Are? Jacki Weaver, 7.30pm, SBS
Actress Jacki Weaver has one of the most successful careers in the history of Australian stage and screen. Ever since Jacki became a grandmother, she has had a burning ambition to find out about her beloved father's biological mother. Jacki uncovers a family secret that has been buried in shame.

Wednesday: Criminal Minds, 8.30pm, Seven
When a sniper strikes Dallas, the BAU investigates whether the upcoming anniversary of the Kennedy assassination is a motivating factor behind the murders. Then, the team meet their new section chief and search for a criminal who leaves victims unable to communicate.

Thursday: Hitch, 9.30pm, Seven
Alex Hitchens is a legendary, and deliberately anonymous, New York City 'date doctor' who helps men woo the women of their dreams. While coaching his newest client Albert, a meek accountant who is smitten with a glamorous celebrity, Hitch meets his match in gossip columnist, Sara. Despite his efforts and knowledge of the dating game, Hitch learns that landing the girl of his dreams is harder than he thought. Starring Will Smith and Eva Mendes.

Friday: Secret State , 8.30pm, ABC
First episode of a four part series. Deputy Prime Minister Tom Dawkins vows to take on American petrochemical company PetroFex after a devastating accident on British soil, and the Prime Minister dies in a plane crash.

Saturday: John Lennon: Bed In, 10.00pm, Studio
Following their highly publicised marriage, John Lennon and Yoko Ono spent seven days in bed, inviting the world press into their Montreal hotel room to promote their message of peace. This is the story of their non-violent protest.

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