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Welcome to Australian screens Professor Annalise Keating (Viola Davis, above) in all of your whipsmart, charismatic, manipulative, terrifying and seductive contradictions. From the moment Keating strides in to take control of her law class, two things are obvious: why this is America’s number one drama, and that this show belongs to Davis. Everything about this taut, emotional drama is hypnotic. The jury is in. HTGAWM is brilliant.
MY KITCHEN RULES 7. 3 0PM, S E VEN Time to see if mother-and-daughter duo Gina and Anna live up to their own hype. They’ve talked themselves up so far – dissing the likes of Jac and Shaz, and then delivering a backhanded compliment last week to Robert and Lynzey, saying they were “relieved to finally have some competition”. Can theyey deliver on their boasts?
THE AFFAIR 6. 3 5 PM, S HOWCASE ASE Dominic West (right) plays Noah, a teacher who has just published ed his first novel. He’s married to Helen n (Maura Tierney). He meets waitress Alison (Ruth Wilson). She’s also married, but desperately sperately unhappy. The tale off Alison and Noah’s affair is told old separately with each h giving their side of the story.y.