TV Guide

Your weekly guide to what’s on the box

Isis Town and Country - - News -

The Bach­e­lor Aus­tralia

Thurs­day, Ten, 7.30pm

In some ways, The Bach­e­lor is like a fash­ion pa­rade. We won’t ever cap­ture bach­e­lor Sam (left) slum­ming it in track­suit pants, but it’s the wardrobe of the women that just about garn­ers as much at­ten­tion as the com­pet­i­tive an­tics. With each bach­e­lorette hav­ing ac­cess to a fash­ion stylist and wardrobe be­hind the scenes, ev­ery out­fit is as painstak­ingly put to­gether as the dates. Tonight, Sam takes three girls on three sin­gle dates, but this time there’s a catch: they’re all the ex­act same date! It’s a great tac­tic to see which girl stands out the most, for good or bad rea­sons, but the big­gest ques­tion is, who’ll be best dressed?

Last Tango In Hal­i­fax

Satur­day, ABC, 7.30pm

Who said ro­mance was dead? Well they were wrong. This quirky Bri­tish drama re­turns tonight to fol­low the com­pelling story of child­hood sweet­hearts Celia (Anne Reid, right) and Alan (Derek Ja­cobi) who are re­united af­ter nearly 60 years apart. But their jour­ney is far from smooth sail­ing. Af­ter hard task of win­ning over their fam­i­lies in the last sea­son, this time around sees their mar­riage tested by rev­e­la­tions about an in­ci­dent in Alan's past. As his daugh­ter Gil­lian (Ni­cole Walker) tries to deal with the dra­mas of her com­pli­cated love life. Caro­line (Sarah Lan­caster) has set­tled into happy do­mes­tic­ity with preg­nant part­ner Kate (Nina Sosanya)


Wed­nes­day, ABC, 9pm

Last years de­li­ciously satir­i­cal com­edy se­ries from Work­ing Dog Pro­duc­tion (Front­line) is back for a sec­ond sea­son, de­tail­ing the sham­bolic state of af­fairs at the fic­ti­tious gov­ern­ment or­ga­ni­za­tion Na­tion Build­ing Au­thor­ity. Filled with unique char­ac­ters and awk­ward mo­ments, it par­o­dies bu­reau­cracy in a glee­fully funny way. Tonight its a fresh start and a new year but not much has re­ally changed. Tony (Rob Sitch) is de­ter­mined to fo­cus on the big pic­ture, but small things keep stand­ing in his path. Mean­while, Nat (Celia Pac­quola, right) tries to help a lo­cal com­mu­nity with a multi-bil­lion dol­lar gov­ern­ment ini­tia­tive.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.