PLANNER 08 TV DETECTIVE BEST TO BINGE drama crime food MYSTERY ROAD BODYGUARD MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA 8.30PM, SUNDAY, ABC 8.45PM, WEDNESDAY, SEVEN 7.30PM, SUNDAY, 10 QUEER EYE FANS of will know the mastery of Josh Niland, tonight’s guest chef, who runs fish restaurant, Saint Peter. His first of two challenges requests the all-stars to know their fish species; with the first five to choose incorrectly going into an elimination kingfish cook-off. FoodSafariWater MANY used isolation to catch up on this quality Australian drama and series two ends tonight. If you’ve been waiting to binge two entire series, it’s your time to shine. Without any spoilers, there’s a killer shootout in the first 10 minutes. RICHARD Madden (pictured) deservedly won a Golden Globe playing David, an ex-soldier protecting a controversial politician (Keeley Hawes). Tonight, David is under even more pressure following two terrorist attacks, but his client won’t be stopped. STREAMING, SEASONS 1-4, NETFLIX NOT even a global pandemic can stop the contagious joy that the famous five on deliver. While filming for a new episode in Austin, Texas was halted last month, due to coronavirus, the boys – Bobby Berk (interior design), Tan France (fashion), Antoni Porowski (food), Karamo Brown (culture) and Jonathan Van Ness (grooming) – have already got a new season in the can, due to drop from June 5. They shift home base again in season five, this time to Philadelphia, known as the City of Brotherly Love – another change after two seasons in Atlanta and another two in Kansas. Expect a homecoming queen parade of sorts for Brown, who first got his start in showbiz filming MTV’s pioneering reality series, (the first openly gay black man to be cast in a reality show, back in 2004). Besides the glam this squad brings, the show has also started important conversations – from racism and Black Lives Matter to gun control. But what it guarantees is spreading sunshine in a world that could do with a dose right about now. QueerEye KILLING EVE BREAKING HOMICIDE RESTAURANTS ON THE EDGE 9.30PM, SUNDAY, ABC NOON, MONDAY, ABC VIEW STREAMING, FOXTEL NOW 8.30PM, FRIDAY, FOXTEL ID STREAMING, NETFLIX THIS has become one of my favourite ‘iso’ shows and could come in handy to any small cafes or restaurants looking for clues on how to revitalise their business, post-pandemic. It’s a restaurant reno show helping struggling owners best use what they’ve got going for them. SURE there’s been some graphic scenes but this third series of has recaptured the magic. And bless the ABC for dropping episodes on iView at midday Monday, or if you can wait, they air belatedly on Sunday night on the telly. IN 2013, a young woman was gunned down in her elder sister’s driveway. Retired policeman Derrick Levasseur (pictured, right with forensic psychologist Kris Mohandie) investigates whether her death was a random act of violence or the result of a love triangle. TheReal KillingEve World:Philadelphia – Holly Byrnes RUN AGATHA CHRISTIE’S CRIMINAL GAMES JIMMY SHU’S TASTE OF THE TERRITORY STREAMING, FOXTEL NOW 8.30PM, THURSDAY, FOX SHOWCASE 11PM, MONDAY, SBS 8.30PM, THURSDAY, SBS FOOD PHOEBE Waller-Bridge behind the scenes and Merritt Wever (pictured with Domnhall Gleeson) as star makes this a must-watch. It’s a tense, anti-romance set on a train and we’ve been drip-fed clues each week to help explain a weird pact. AT what cost comes the fountain of youth? In this comedic French take on Agatha Christie’s popular novels, detective Swan Lawrence (Samuel Labarthe) and assistant Marlene (Elodie Frenck, pictured) investigate a health spa. I LOVE chef and restaurateur Jimmy Shu’s company on this fascinating series, which allows you to travel north and explore the breathtaking landscapes; but also learn more about how the traditional owners use indigenous ingredients. – Cameron Adams – Siobhan Duck – Holly Byrnes 08 Sunday, May 24, 2020 MHSE01Z01TV - V1 PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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