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DRAMA HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MUR­DER

TONIGHT, S E VEN

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.

RE­AL­ITY

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?

DRAMA

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.

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