Sunday: Victoria, 8.30pm, BBC First
Victoria is devastated when Melbourne regretfully announces he is stepping down, and even more bewildered that she must ask a complete stranger, Sir Robert Peel, to form a government.
Monday: Hyde & Seek, 8.30pm, Nine
Gary and Claire are caught in the crossfire when an outspoken radio host is shot by an extremist. Sonya defends the rights of her star pupil, who is a terrorism suspect in Gary's investigation.
Tuesday: Cold Feet, 9.00pm, Seven
The 90s hit series is back. Adam returns to announce his impending wedding but without the blessing of his friends could he be getting Cold Feet? James Nesbitt stars as Adam.
Wednesday: The Wrong Girl, 8.30pm, Ten
It is Lily's 30th birthday and she is determined not to celebrate it. Not only is she busy with work, but she is also keen to avoid being in the same room with Jack and Simone.
Thursday: The Fall, 8.30pm, BBC First
Gibson and Burns are hauled over the coals by the Police Ombudsman and the Policing Executive for their conduct and handling of the case.
Friday: Marcella, Netflix
Former London detective Marcella Backland (Anna Friel) is devastated when her husband leaves her and their two children. He is head of Legal Affairs at DTG Construction, property developers effectively controlled by the Gibson family. When Marcella is visited by a senior detective on the murder squad seeking information regarding an unsolved, 11-year-old murder case, Marcella returns to the murder squad. She enters a world of online dating, prostitution, and the dubious dealings of her husband's employers while trying to save her marriage.
Saturday: Inspector George Gently, 9.00pm, ABC
It is 1969, and approximately six months since the shootings in the cathedral. Inspector George Gently is taken by surprise when he learns of Sergeant John Bacchus's resignation.
A long weekend to look forward to. We can't wait. Time to curl up on the sofa and catch up on the latest Netflix has to offer.On April 1, 2015
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