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TV Weekly Guide 11-17 September

On September 11, 2016

Sunday: A Place To Call Home, 8.30pm, showcase
The new season unleashes more twists and shocking revelations for the residents of Inverness, in a politically volatile time. Did Regina succeed in destroying any chance of happiness for George?

Monday: The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth , Streaming, Stan
A real-time doco series about a presidential campaign that takes viewers deep inside the fiercest competition on earth – where the ultimate prize is the most powerful office in the world.

Tuesday: Ray Donovan, 9.30pm, showcase
The final episode in Series 4.

Wednesday: The Secret, 8.30pm, SBS
Colin and Hazel carry out their plan to kill their partners, and stage it as a suicide pact, but the police sense that something's not right.

Thursday: The Tunnel, 9.30pm, ABC
Elise uncovers some disturbing facts about a passenger, while Karl makes a major breakthrough. The cops trace their way to Defence's door, but what will they find behind it?

Friday: QI, 10.00pm, ABC
Stephen Fry is joined by Alan Davies, Phill Jupitus, Katherine Ryan and Josh Widdicombe for a look into the quite interesting world of K-folk.

Saturday: Poldark, 8.25pm, ABC
George expands the Warleggan empire, launching a new ship and bankrupting Carnmore. Demelza risks her own life to save Francis and Elizabeth.

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