Sunday: Gangster Squad, 8.30pm, Foxtel Movies
Los Angeles, 1949: A secret crew of police officers led by two determined sergeants work together in an effort to take down the ruthless mob king Mickey Cohen who runs the city. Starring Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Sean Penn and Josh Brolin.
Monday: Zoolander, 9.30pm, Nine
At the end of his career, a clueless fashion model is brainwashed to kill the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Starring Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Christine Taylor and Will Ferrell.
Tuesday: Bad Santas, 8.40pm, ABC2
A two-part documentary which looks inside Britain's biggest Santa school, run by James Lovell. Lovell wants to offer some unlikely Santa candidates an opportunity to make a quid. The five men who turn up to audition have one thing in common: all need a second chance in life.
Wednesday: Orange is the New Black, 8.30pm, Showcase
Bennett learns that Dayanara is pregnant, and he is concerned that the system will discover he is the father, which could result in disciplinary action for both.
Thursday: Scandal, 9.30pm, Seven
When she's not burying bodies, Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) shows her supreme skills at burying a juicy story. This week she takes on a client (Lisa Edelstein) who is exposed as the married lover of a judge the president has nominated for the Supreme Court.
Friday: The Vampire Diaries, 8.30pm, Fox 8
DAMON’S PAST RETURNS TO HAUNT HIM — Damon realizes Elena is in danger and enlists Stefan’s help to find her. The brothers pay a visit to Aaron, and Damon shocks Stefan by revealing his first-hand knowledge of Aaron’s family. In an attempt to stop Damon, Dr. Wes unleashes his secret weapon, forcing Damon to deal with a part of his past he thought was gone forever, as well as the consequences of his decades-long plan for revenge.
Saturday: The Grinch, 7.00pm, Seven
A hairy Christmas-hating grinch terrorises the residents of Whoville. Starring Jim Carrey.
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