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TV Weekly Guide 13-19 November

On November 14, 2017

Monday: Liar, 8.30pm, Seven

Tuesday: The Great British Bake Off, 6.30pm, Lifestyle Food
For Biscuit Week, Paul and Prue set the remaining 11 bakers three new challenges, including a tricky filling, and a final show stopper that is literally game-changing.

Wednesday: Riviera, 9.40pm, SBS
With Interpol's net closing in on Georgina, she and Carver set out to close the investigation once and for all. Irina reveals a family secret to Negrescu.

Thursday: Bosch, 9.30pm, SBS
The department rallies when a threat hits close to home. There's a pivotal turn in the Holland case. Bosch is forced to face a dark truth. Irving embraces a lifelong goal.

Friday: The Graham Norton Show, 8.30pm, Ten
Graham Norton showcases his wickedly cheeky sense of humour in this fast-paced interview show. Guests include Hugh Grant and Kelly Clarkson.

Saturday: Doctor Foster, 9.30pm, ABC
Gemma is determined to expose Simon at last and ensure that he loses everything. She'll stop at nothing to achieve her goal - and the consequences will be explosive.

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