Sunday: Peter Allen: Not the Boy Next Door, 8.40pm, Seven
The two part miniseries will tell the remarkable story of Peter Allen's rise from country New South Wales to the Hollywood Hills, becoming part of American entertainment royalty along the way.
Monday: Show Me A Hero, 7.30pm, Showcase
Armed with a growing recognition that he had fought on the side of angels in the battle over the housing, Wasicsko plans his political comeback, while the residents for the new town houses are screened and chosen.
Tuesday: Ballers, 7.30pm, Showcase
Premiere: A retired football star looks to forge a new career as a financial manager to several current and former players in Miami.
Wednesday: Gruen, 8pm, ABC
This is the show that knows as much about advertisers as they know about us. Hosted by Wil Anderson, with Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft.
Thursday: Catastrophe, 9.35pm, ABC
Rob decides to throw a surprise birthday party for Sharon, and also finds himself searching for a new job. To make matters worse, his mother arrives to reveal a big secret.
Friday: Line of Duty, 9.25pm, ABC
With Arnott off the case, Fleming is determined to save the anti-corruption operation single-handed.
Saturday: Code of a Killer, 8.30pm, BBC First
Leicestershire, 1984. Brilliant scientist, Dr Alec Jeffreys, and pioneering detective, DCS David Baker, join forces to investigate two murders using the latest advances in DNA technology.
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