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Sunday: The Code, 8.30pm, ABC
As Ned investigates the truck accident in the remote town of Lindara, Jesse comes face to face with the 'extraordinary' new powers of the law. Starring David Wenham.

Monday: The Blacklist, 8.40pm, Seven
Red continues to battle Berlin and faces a new threat from a man named Lord Baltimore. An important person comes back from the past into Red's world. Meanwhile, Liz tries to move forward with her life after her showdown with Tom. Starring James Spader as Red.

Tuesday: The Honourable Woman, 7.20pm, BBCFirst
S1, Ep3. The Killing Call: Nessa's security adviser follows a lead as he hunts down the missing boy. Meanwhile, her brother Ephra makes a startling discovery that could blow the family, and its work, apart. Starring Maggie Gyllenhaal.

Wednesday: Orange is the New Black, 8.30pm, Showcase
It Was The Change: A thunderstorm power outage plunges Litchfield into darkness as Vee and Red's crews prepare for battle.

Thursday: Madam Secretary, 9.00pm, Ten
Premiere starring Tea Leoni. As the newly-appointed Secretary of State, Elizabeth McCord is faced with a number of political challenges. She finds herself in the middle of a hostage situation in Syria.

Friday: Gracepoint, 8.30pm, Universal
Episode 1: When a young boy is found dead on an idyllic beach, a major police investigation gets underway in the small California seaside town where the tragedy occurred. Based on the UK award-winning drama Broadchurch. Starring David Tennant and Jacki Weaver.

Saturday: Blue Jasmine, 8.30pm, Romance
(2013) Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin. Elegant New York socialite Jasmine's life falls to pieces, forcing her to self-medicate and move into her sister's modest apartment.

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