1pm, SBS ONE
M. 2005. Deadbeat Gerard Depardieu, saved from suicide by a bourgeois French family, is taken in by them and immediately takes over the household, playing on their guilt about their wealth and bonking his way through the females of the family. Droll farce with an over-the-top performance by Depardieu as the demanding and libidinous Boudu. Catherine Frot. 7.30pm, 7TWO
PG. 1989. Southern good ol’ gals (Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Julia Roberts, Olympia Dukakis) get together to gossip, dish the dirt and prattle on about their men. They also display strength, loyalty and courage to one another You’ll need to stock up on hankies, but there’s a good range of performances. 8.30pm, Movie One
M. 2010. Struggling with the thought of starting a family with his younger wife, an immature man is forced to confront some sobering realities when his pregnant teenage daughter comes back into his life. By the numbers tale family saga. Kay Panabaker, Tara Summers. 10pm, 7TWO
M. 1998. Woman dying of cancer comes to terms with the fact after her death her former husband and his apparently selfish girlfriend will have to raise her children. To prepare, she must befriend the girl and help her to understand the problems of childrearing. Touching, human film gets a boost from the performances of Susan Sarandon and Julia Roberts in the lead roles.