Monday, 9pm, Seven Can you be a stay-at-home San Francisco mum from a Russian crime family with a hiplooking husband who deals drugs for a living and not know anything about the business? Did being a high school chemistry teacher stop Walt White from becoming a drug dealer in Breaking Bad? Though Red Widow is not quite in the same league, it packs a terrific punch. Radha Mitchell is sensational as Marta Walraven, the ‘‘ red widow’’ of the title. When her husband, Evan (Anson Mount), is gunned down in the driveway of their home in front of their deeply traumatised young son, she must pick up the pieces of the business and very quickly learn how to be a top-notch crim. Her ambitious brother Irwin Petrov (Wil Traval) has dumped her in it by audaciously stealing product from powerful and vindictive druglord Nicholae Schiller (Goran Visnjic). When the haul goes missing Schiller holds her responsible and threatens her family if she doesn’t comply with his demands. As in Breaking Bad, against a backdrop of regular domesticity, Marta must live a second life in a deadly web of crime. Highly recommended.