The Iris’ Weekly Australian TV Picks: 15 – 21 November

From Egyptian tombs to Wizards and Cowboys, here are this week’s picks for Free-To-Air TV and Foxtel:

Tuesday, 15th November

Hap and Leonard, Showcase, 8:30pm AEST

Hap and Leonard try to survive and on a search for money, Hap discovers something life changing.

Wednesday, 16th November 

Tutankhamun, SBS, 8:30pm AEST

Carter discovers the tomb but Egyptian officials attempt to take control of it and its riches.

Thursday, 17th November

The Flash, Fox8, 7:30pm AEST

Wally is haunted by dreams about being Kid Flash. When Barry learns about it, he does all he can to protect him.

Thirteen, BBC First, 8:30pm AEST

Ivy has to confront her past if she really wants freedom.

Friday, 18th November

Ripper Street, BBC First, 8:30pm AEST

A new killer is haunting Whitechapel and Jackson and Long Susan hunt for them, but they themselves are wanted by the police.

Saturday, 19th November

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Ch 9, 7:00pm, AEST

Amidst Potterverse fever, dive into the fourth installment of Harry Potter where The Boy Who Lived (Daniel Radcliffe) unexpectedly becomes a participant of a deadly wizard tournament.

Sunday, 20th November

Poldark, ABC, 8:30pm AEST

Poldark shuts down the mine, causing Demelza’s world to crash down.

Monday, 21st November

Westworld, Showcase, 8:30pm AEST

Teddy is haunted by dark memories while a mandate unsettles Bernard.


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