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TV Highlights | 2021 Week 25

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2021 week 25;
Seventeenth week of 2021 OzTAM ratings.

Rose Byrne stars in PHYSICAL (image – Apple)

All times are local unless noted otherwise.

Key:

  • #MustWatch (bold & italics)
  • #MolkPicks (bold)
  • Everything else worth a look without guarantee or endorsement.


STUFF TO WATCH

Sunday

  • Insiders (2021.E18) – 9am ABC
  • The Girlfriend Experience (S03E08 of 10) – 4pm AEST Stan
  • Celebrity Apprentice Australia (S05E10) – 7pm Nine
  • MasterChef Australia (S13E40) – 7:30pm Ten
  • Spicks And Specks (S09E09 of 10) – 7:40pm ABC
  • Jack Irish (S03 premiere/final season – E01 of 4) – 8:30pm ABC
  • 60 Minutes (S43E18) – 8:30pm Nine
  • FBI: Most Wanted (S03E02 of 15) – 9pm Ten


Monday

  • Big Brother Australia (S13E24) – 7:30pm Seven
  • Celebrity Apprentice Australia (S05E11) – 7:30pm Nine
  • MasterChef Australia (S13E41) – 7:30pm Ten
  • Australian Story (2021.19) – 8pm ABC
  • Four Corners (S60E20) – 8:30pm ABC
  • Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (S08E15 of 30) – 8:30pm AEST FOX8
  • Have You Been Paying Attention? (S09E07 of 20) – 8:40pm Ten
  • 9-1-1: Lone Star (S02 premiere – E01 of 14) – 9pm Seven
  • Emergency (S02E04 of 10) – 9pm Nine
  • Media Watch (2021.E19) – 9:15pm ABC
  • 24 Hours In Emergency (S16E15 of 36) – 9:25pm SBS
  • Filthy Rich (E02 of 10) – 11:30pm Seven


Tuesday

  • Who Do You Think You Are? Australia (S12E02 of 8): Malcolm Turnbull – 7:30pm SBS
  • Big Brother Australia (S13E25) – 7:30pm Seven
  • Celebrity Apprentice Australia (S05 finale – E12) – 7:30pm Nine
  • MasterChef Australia (S13E42) – 7:30pm Ten
  • Anh’s Brush With Fame (S06E11 of 14): Marcia Hines – 8pm ABC
  • Finding the Archibald (E01 of 3) – 8:30pm ABC
  • Insight with Kumi Taguchi (2021.14): The Deaf Divide – 8:30pm SBS
  • Patriot Brains (S01 finale – E10 of 10) – 8:30pm SBS VICELAND
  • How To Stay Married (S03E07 of 8) – 8:30pm Ten
  • The Weakest Link with Magda Szubanski (S03E04) – 9pm Nine
  • Intelligence (S02 premiere – E01 of 6) – 9:10pm ABC TV Plus
  • Dateline (2021.14): The World’s Happiest Country – 9:30pm SBS
  • Batwoman (S02E16 of 20) – 9:40pm AEST FOX8
  • The Feed (S09E14) – 10pm SBS
  • Reckoning (E08 of 10) – 11:15pm Seven


Wednesday

  • Mr Inbetween (S03/final season premiere – E05 of 9) – 3pm (8:30pm encore) AEST FOX SHOWCASE
  • Loki (E02 of 6) – 6pm AEST Disney+
  • Travel Guides (S06 part c – E01 of 4) – 7:30pm Nine
  • MasterChef Australia (S13E43) – 7:30pm Ten
  • Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (S13E04 of 12) – 8:30pm ABC
  • The Simpsons (S32E19 of 22) – 8:30pm 7mate
  • Doctor Doctor (S05/final season – E07 of 8) – 8:30pm Nine
  • Superman and Lois (S01 part b – E10 of 15) – 8:30pm AEST FOX8
  • You Can’t Ask That (S06 finale – E08 of 8): Adult Virgins – 9pm ABC


Thursday

  • No Activity (US) (S04 finale – E10 of 10) – 6pm AEST Stan
  • MasterChef Australia (S13E44) – 7:30pm Ten
  • Foreign Correspondent (2021.E11) – 8pm ABC
  • Q&A (S14E19) – 8:30pm ABC
  • The Unusual Suspects (E03 of 4) – 8:30pm SBS
  • Kung Fu (S01E03 of 13) – 8:30pm FOX8 | 5pm AEST BINGE
  • The Handmaid’s Tale (S04 finale – E10 of 10) – 9:30pm SBS


Friday

  • The Bad Batch (S01E08 of 16) – 6pm AEST Disney+
  • Luca – 6pm AEST Disney+
  • Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. (S01E05 of 10) – 6pm AEST Disney+
  • Clarkson’s Farm (E02 of 8) – 6pm AEST Amazon Prime Video
  • Physical (series premiere – E01/E02/E03 of 10) – 6pm AEST Apple TV+
  • Better Homes and Gardens (S27E20) – 7pm Seven
  • Gardening Australia (S32E19) – 7:30pm ABC
  • The Living Room (S10E13) – 7:30pm Ten
  • Planet America (2021.22) – 8pm AEST ABC News


Saturday

  • Good Game Spawn Point (S12E19) – 9am ABC ME
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under (E08 of 8) – 4pm AEST Stan
  • Advancing Australia (S01 finale – E12 of 12) – 6pm Ten
  • David Attenborough’s A Perfect Planet (E04 of 5) – 7:30pm Nine
  • The Set (S03E09 of 10) – 8pm ABC


DO. NOT. BOTHER. (EVER.)

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Steve Molkhttps://tvblackbox.com.au/author-steve-molk/
Steve Molk is sharply focused on the business of TV in Australia across all its formats - FTA broadcast, commercial, subscription, catch up & SVOD. Based on the Central Coast of NSW he's a passionate advocate for Australian-made programming, particularly drama and comedy. He loves podcasting, gaming & watching too much TV. For all media enquiries please call or text 0401-709-405
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