Sunday: Al Capone: Icon, 8.30pm, SBS
Al Capone: the quintessential self-made American man, ruthless killer, or both? His name sparks images of pinstripe suits and bloody violence. To this day we are fascinated with this celebrity gangster. The question is why? The answer is not as simple.
Monday: True Detective, 7.30pm, Showcase
Desperate to locate a missing woman with intel about Caspere, Frank meets with Mexican drug dealers while Ani infiltrates an exclusive inner circle, with Ray and Paul keeping close tabs.
Tuesday: Restaurant Revolution, 7.30pm, Seven
Series Premiere. Restaurant Revolution sees teams from around Australia design and run pop-up restaurants for a prize of $200,000. Hosted by Jock Zonfrillo with experts Neil Perry, Jess Ho, Erez Gordon & John Lethlean.
Wednesday, Bosch, 9.30pm, SBS
Series Premiere based on the book series by Michael Connelly. A cold case involving the remains of a missing boy forces Bosch to confront his past. As daring recruit Julia Brasher catches his eye, and departmental politics heat up, Bosch will pursue justice at all costs.
Thursday: Penny Dreadful, 7.30pm, Showcase
Angelique is humiliated while out with Dorian while the Creature grows more impatient with Frankenstein and, as Evelyn works on a new totem, Hecate returns to her mother with a gift.
Friday: The Good Wife, 9.15pm, SOHO
When Alicia is assigned to be on a blue ribbon panel investigating a police shooting. Meanwhile, Kalinda receives unwanted attention from the IRS.
Saturday: Ordinary Lies, 7.20pm, BBC First
We all tell little white lies every day, be it for self-protection, success or for love. But what happens when a spur-of-the-moment mistruth snowballs and begins to take over? Is it possible get away with it, or will the lie inevitably come undone to devastating effect?
You can catch up on Episode 1 on BBC First. Episode 2 ...
Fun-loving girls Tracy and Viv jump at the chance of going on an all-expenses-paid holiday to the Dominican Republic, but are they prepared for the horror that follows?
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