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FAC­TUAL MAK­ING FAM­I­LIES HAPPY

8. 3 0PM, ABC

Fresh from match­ing up to­tal strangers at the al­tar in Mar­riedatFirstSight, re­la­tion­ship ex­pert John Aiken looks to over­haul the at­ti­tudes of three mis­er­able fam­i­lies. Here’s hop­ing his suc­cess rate lifts. Along with child psy­chol­o­gist Clare Rowe (above with Aiken), he uses sci­en­tific tech­niques to help make these fam­i­lies happy. Get out your notepads, there’s lots of learn­ing for us all here.

RE­AL­ITY

MASTERCHEF AUS­TRALIA 7. 3 0PM, T E N It’s im­mu­nity pin time again, but with a twist. Two con­tes­tants will be cook­ing as a team against hus­band-and-wife celebrity chef duo Monte and Ja­clyn Kolu­drovic. Should the un­der­dogs win, they’ll get a pin each. Big stakes al­ways cre­ate great kitchen an­tics, es­pe­cially when you have two com­peti­tors forced to work to­gether.

COM­EDY

THE BRINK 7. 3 0PM, S HOW­CASE There’s a stel­lar cast and crew be­hind this po­lit­i­cal satire, in­clud­ing stars Jack Black and Tim Rob­bins (right), as well as di­rec­tor Jay Roach ( Meet­thePar­ents). But while the act­ing is top-notch, there’s a lit­tle left to be de­sired in this new se­ries which is set dur­ing a pe­riod of cri­sis in Pak­istan. Worth watch­ing to see where it goes.

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