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The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - TV Guide - - TODAY’S PICK -

DRAMA BROAD­CHURCH 8.4 0PM, ABC De­spite the silly back­lash in the UK, sea­son two is still high-qual­ity drama. This time around it’s about how a de­fence team can make the guilty seem in­no­cent (and vice-versa). The prob­lem is the b-plot “Sand­brook” mys­tery. We don’t know the peo­ple in­volved, we have noth­ing in­vested in it and so it’s hard to care who­dunit. COM­EDY CRIS­TELA 6. 3 0PM, FOX8 Some good lines but not a par­tic­u­larly good sit­com. Cris­tela Alonzo is like­able and sharp­wit­ted but her show makes too many safe and pre­dictable choices. Tonight the in­terns are vy­ing for a pro­mo­tion, with Cris­tela’s sports knowl­edge giv­ing her the edge over Josh (An­drew Leeds) who doesn’t even know who Dal­las Mav­er­icks owner Mark Cuban is. Yeah, I had to Google him too. DRAMA THE GOOD WIFE ANY­TIME, PRESTO The ti­tle re­ally un­der­sells what has be­come one of the smartest legal/ po­lit­i­cal dra­mas on tele­vi­sion. But with the first two sea­sons avail­able e on Presto, now’s the per­fect time to catch up. The show fol­lows Aliciaa Flor­rick (Ju­lianna Mar­gulies, right) who trans­forms her­self from the em­bar­rassed wife of a scan­dal-plagued gued politi­cian to a suc­cess­ful lawyer over er the course of the show.

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