Monday, 8.40pm, SBS Two His name is Arman Alizad, master tailor, fashion reporter and party animal. Well, as much of a party animal as you can be when you’re a podgy, unfit 30-something who loves his indulgent lifestyle and cosy creature comforts. In his previous season Alizad trained like a dog for six months to face the challenge of a lifetime. Then he went into battle with 10 warriors in 10 martial arts in 10 countries. He lost every time. Starting in Addis Ababa with Suri stick fighting, he will try again this season with another 10 opponents and 10 martial arts in 10 other countries. I give it 10. love seems to be rearing its pretty head, a significant complication for their incredibly long spy mission. The Americans is a bit like Homeland but with lovely comic and romantic moments. Flashbacks to the 60s in the motherland are incredibly detailed and well done, and they flesh out the characters’ now faltering motivation. As well, the crew discover in this episode that somebody is talking. Yes, people, The Americans has a mole, just like the one over on Seven. contestants don’t know it yet but there are three teams of four contestants. Naturally there are dramatic eliminations. Hosted by Shura Taft, The Mole can be seen three times a week by people who genuinely love the reality genre.