The Iris’ Weekly Australian TV Picks: 22-28 November

From Wizards to Superheroes and Robots in the West, here are this week’s TV picks on Foxtel and Free-to-Air…

Tuesday,  22nd November

Kevin Can Wait, Ch 9, 8:00pm AEST

A police officer retires and plans to spend time with his family, but soon finds out that’s his greatest challenge.

Supergirl, Fox8, 8:45pm AEST

Supergirl is on a mission to rescue Mon-El from CAMDUS, but encounters Cyborg Superman.

Wednesday, 23rd November

Tutankhamun, SBS, 8:40pm AEST

Carnarvon’s ill health forces Evelyn to return to England. Soon Carter finds out that she has married another man during her stay there.

Thursday, 24th November

The Fall, BBC First, 8:30pm AEST

Gibson and Anderson find more evidence on Spector. Meanwhile Spector builds a friendship with another inmate which leads to serious consequences.

Friday, 25th November

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, GO!, 7:45pm AEST

Still having Harry Potter fever? Settle down and watch the boy wizard coming to terms with what happened at the Triwizard Tournament and the return of Voldemort. Meanwhile a new regime comes to Hogwarts and the Ministry is in danger.

Love Actually, Ch 7, 8:30pm AEST

This Christmas feel good movie connects several people who are going through rough moments, falling in and falling out of love.

Saturday, 26th November

Z Nation, Syfy, 8:30pm AEST

Doc encounters something dangerous while trying to reach Warren.

Sunday, 27th November

The Fault in Our Stars, Ch 10, 8:30pm AEST

Hazel and Augustus (Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort) are long-suffering cancer patients and form a bond, leading to an adventure in Amsterdam to visit their beloved, isolated author.

Underworld, Ch 7, 9:00pm AEST

To keep you occupied until Underworld: Blood Wars comes out in 2017, revisit the first film where vampire warrior Selene (Kate Beckinsale) is caught in a crossfire when she falls for a werewolf whose kind are at war with hers.

Monday, 28th November

Westworld, Showcase, 8:30pm AEST

While Teddy becomes enlightened but at a price, Bernard and Dolores try to reconnect with their past.


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