Culture Street

TV

TV Weekly Guide 14-20 August

On August 14, 2016

Sunday: Sherlock: The Abominable Bride, 8.30pm, Nine
Holmes and Watson must use all their cunning to confront an enemy seemingly from beyond the grave.

Monday: The Kettering Incident, 8.30pm, showcase
Anna is convinced she knows what happened to Gillian. The town farewells a local while another life hangs in the balance. Anna faces the truth of what happened the night of The Kettering Incident.

Tuesday: Shades of Blue, 8.30pm, Universal
Harlee refuses to betray Wozniak to the FBI just as his suspicion falls squarely on her.

Wednesday: The Katering Show, 9.10pm, ABC
A new cooking satire. McLennan has found a cure for McCartney's debilitating lactose intolerance. To celebrate, McLennan makes a cheese feast stuffed with dairy loaded puns and delusion; afflictions that have no known cure.

Thursday: Mr Robot, Streaming, Presto
MR. ROBOT follows Elliot, a young and brilliant programmer who has perfected the art of computer hacking. Elliot suffers from a debilitating anti-social disorder, making hacking into peoples’ lives his only means of human connection. He wields his skills as a weapon to protect the people he cares about from those who are trying to hurt them. Ultimately, he finds himself at the intersection between his day job at a cybersecurity firm and "F-Society," an underground hacking collective that is trying to recruit Elliot to help take down the “one-percent".

Friday: Babylon, Netflix streaming
This update of the classic cop show takes a wry look at politics and publicity in London's police force, in all its maddening, dramatic, crazy detail. Stars James Nesbitt.

Saturday: The Coroner, 7.30pm, ABC
When ice cream factory manager Rose finds owner Robert frozen to death in one of his freezers, Jane and Davey are called in to investigate. Rose is adamant that Robert wouldn't have killed himself.

You Might Also Like

TV

Mad Men Is All 70s Chic

The second part of Mad Men Season 7 is about to arrive. While you count down the days you can admire these gorgeous images of 70s chic.

On February 24, 2015

TV

Wayward Pines starring Matt Dillon to launch in Australia

Australians will be the first to see Wayward Pines – one of the most anticipated new US TV series of 2015.

On December 11, 2014

TV

TV Weekly Guide May 3-9

Sunday: Looking for Kate, 5.30pm, Bio

On May 3, 2015
 

TV

TV Weekly Guide July 6 – July 12

Sunday: Sherlock Holmes: Elementary, 8.45pm, Ten

On July 6, 2014

TV

TV Weekly Guide 4-10 September

Sunday: The A Word, 8.30pm, BBC First

On September 4, 2016

TV

TV Weekly Guide 28 December – 3 January

Sunday: Bear’s Wild Weekend With Stephen Fry, 7.30pm, Discovery Channel

On December 28, 2014
 
Copyright © 2012 - 2018 Culture Street
Contact: info@culturestreet.com.au