Sunday: The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe, 8.30pm, SOHO
Norma Jeane Mortenson battles a lonely and loveless existence with an absent mother. Despite the odds, Norma Jeane blossoms into a funny, smart and ambitious woman and reinvents herself to become the symbol of an era.
Monday: True Detective, 7.30pm, Showcase
Second series stars Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn. Night Finds You: Ray and Ani investigate a victim's depraved background, as does Frank, while Paul probes the Vinci PD.
Tuesday: A Most Wanted Man, 8.30pm, Premiere
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams. A tortured Chechen immigrant flees to Hamburg to claim his father's fortune, however finds himself in a race against time when he is pursued by US security agents.
Wednesday, Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery, 9.00pm, ABC
Kurt Fearnley: Julia visits Carcoar in Central West NSW with Paralympian Kurt Fearnley. She meets his parents, his teacher and mentor. As they climb a nearly hill, he tells how he used to crawl up the hill with his best mate.
Thursday: Suits, 8.30pm, Universal
Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams return as Harvey Specter and Michael Ross when this hit series returns for its fifth season, first on Foxtel and express from the U.S for the first time for Australian audiences.
Friday: Arthur & George, 8.30pm, ABC
After his wife's death, Arthur agrees to help a man unjustly accused and he and his secretary Woodie travel to a small village to speak to the man's family. Stars Martin Clunes.
Saturday: Father Brown, 7.30pm, ABC
After his wife's death, Arthur agrees to help a man unjustly accused and he and his secretary Woodie travel to a small village to speak to the man's family.
Monday: Big Little Lies, 1pm and 8.30pm Foxtel showcaseOn February 20, 2017
Donald Sutherland will star alongside Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant in the HBO six-episode drama The Undoing, written by David E Kelley. He will play Kidman’s father.On November 29, 2018
Sunday: The Politician’s Husband, 8.30pm, BBC FirstOn October 12, 2014
Sunday: The People v OJ Simpson, 8.30, TENOn March 13, 2016
A second season of the Netflix series The Crown is on its way in November.On March 16, 2017
Sunday: The Code, 8.30pm, ABCOn September 28, 2014