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Weekly TV Guide March 23-29

On March 23, 2014

Sunday: Elementary, 8.30pm, Ten
Series return starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu. Sherlock must testify at an inquiry, which could jeopardise his relationship with the NYPD.

Monday: Secrets and Lies, 8.30pm, Ten
Starring Anthony Hayes as Detective Cornielle and Martin Henderson as Ben. In this episode Ben is desperate to clear his name after the murder weapon is made public.

Tuesday: Location, Location, Location 8.30pm, Lifestyle
From Britain we follow the exhaustive search for that elusive dream home. Tonight’s episode feature two young London couples in search of a flat.

Wednesday: Lillyhammer, 9.30pm, SBS
Final episode in this Scandinavian crime drama. Stars Steven Van Zandt (The Sopranos) as Frank.

Thursday: Law & Order: SVU, 9.00pm, Ten
A young boy with medical issues and behavioural problems goes missing.

Friday: Double Jeopardy, 8.30pm, Seven
Starring Ashley Judd and Tommy Lee Jones. A woman convicted of murdering her husband discovers that he staged his own death.

Saturday: Seeking A Friend For The End of the World, 8.30pm, Foxtel Romance
Steve Carell, Keira Knightley. Set in a too-near future during Earth's final hours the respective journeys of Dodge and Penny converge, the two spark to each other and their outlooks - if not the world's - brighten.

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