The Fondas, 8.30pm, Bio Hollywood has a thing for keeping it in the family. I guess if you grow up in aristocratic splendour, witnessing your parents being indulged and feted at every turn, it would be hard not to go into the family business. According to this documentary, however, no Hollywood dynasty has generated the respect, the accolades or the controversy of the Fondas. Let’s see, there’s Henry, Jane, Peter, and Bridget. Like Seven’s Brothers & Sisters , The Fondas is a story of tested and unbreakable family bonds, crises, betrayals and tragedies. If the Fondas didn’t exist, some TV executive would have had to invent them. JFK’s Women: The Scandals Revealed, 7.30pm, SBS Did the 1963 assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy save his reputation? This well- made documentary sets out to prove that it might have. Kennedy’s youth and his intellectual brilliance promised a new era in American politics. But he was also a reckless sexual adventurer. ‘‘ I get a migraine headache if I don’t get a strange piece of ass every day,’’ an aide claims to have been told by the great man. Every one seems to know about Marilyn Monroe, pictured, but she was just one of a series of reckless affairs, five of which were potential threats to America’s national security. ‘‘ He was an aristocrat who sampled all the candy in the box. If it had a skirt, he sampled it,’’ says J. Edgar Hoover’s biographer Anthony Summers, quoting Kennedy’s close friend senator George Smathers. Terrific viewing.