Monday: Twin Peaks (Series 3), Stan
Directed by David Lynch, the new series picks up twenty-five years after the inhabitants of a quaint north-western town were stunned when their homecoming queen Laura Palmer was shockingly murdered.
Tuesday: Wentworth, 8.30pm, showcase
Franky's escape plan derails her relationship with Bridget, Sonia unleashes on Liz, and Will makes a shocking discovery.
Wednesday: Fargo, 8.30pm, SBS
Set in 2010, the season centres on Emmit and his slightly younger brother Ray Stussy.
Thursday: Janet King, 8.30pm, ABC
After the death of a cricketer caught up in a betting scandal, Janet takes a job for the National Crime Commission investigating the dark world of organised crime & its links to match fixing & performance enhancing drugs.
Friday: River, 9.30pm, ABC
When River and Ira uncover what Stevie was investigating before her murder, they discover a new suspect. But breakthroughs in the case have devastating implications for another member of the team.
Saturday: The Wizard of Lies, 8.30pm showcase
The headline-making true story about the deceptions, lies and betrayals of Bernie Madoff, the man who masterminded the most heinous financial swindle of our generation.
Sunday: Master of None, Netflix
Dev tries to jump start his acing career and elevate his dating game with help from his friends in this Emmy-winning series.
Monday: Big Little Lies, 8.30pm, showcaseOn March 13, 2017
Sunday: Clinton v Trump: The Choice 2016, 8.30pm, SBSOn November 6, 2016
Sunday: The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe, 8.30pm, SOHOOn June 28, 2015
Sunday: A Place to Call Home, 8.40pm, SevenOn May 25, 2014
Season two of Big Little Lies is looking like it might just go ahead. HBO are in discussions with author Liane Moriarty.On April 13, 2017
Sunday: Downton Abbey, 9.00pm, SevenOn March 15, 2015