Ten, 8.30pm Ten has given birth to this new relationship series set in Melbourne’s sunny suburb of Fitzroy. Asher Keddie, whose portrayal of the feisty Julia in the brilliant Love My Way really established her as an actor with a big future, gets her first starring role and she’s likely to make an impact here. The action revolves around obstetrician Nina Proudman, whose life is full of complicated relationships and conflicting desires. Stylistically fresh, the 13-part series from producer John Edwards ( Love My Way,
Tangle, Rush) blends light drama with animation and fantasy sequences. Don Hany, Kat Stewart and John Waters offer support.
SBS ONE, 9.30pm Two years have passed at Sterling Cooper since the end of the first series, and at first glance not much appears to have changed. But things are not what they seem. Don Draper ( Jon Hamm) continues to conceal his true identity while papering over the cracks in his marriage to Betty ( January Jones). After a Valentine’s Day dinner turns into a disaster, the unspoken troubles in their relationship make themselves plain to see. Meanwhile, Peggy ( Elisabeth Moss) comes back to work flaunting a newly slim figure after giving birth to Peter’s baby in secret – and people are talking. Nostalgic, racy and highly original, Mad Men is back with a vengeance.