tenProgram highlights for week commencing March 22nd include the new series premiere of The Odd Couple and the season return of Modern Family, plus you can also catch all new episodes of Shark Tank, Empire, Gold Coast Cops, Bondi Rescue, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Wonderland, The Good Wife, Hawaii Five-O, Gogglebox, Blue Bloods. The Living Room, The Graham Norton Show and Bondi Vet.

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11Program highlights for week commencing March 22nd include all new episodes of Wilfred, Supernatural, Sleepy Hollow, Tattoos After Dark, The Simpsons, Glee and American Idol.

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oneProgram highlights for week commencing March 22nd include the season premiere of the final ever season of Psych, plus you can catch all new episodes of Undercover Boss USA, Extreme Collectors, Movie Juice, Super Rugby Extra Time, White Collar, Gang Related, Last Man Standing, Sirens, Blokesworld and Monster Jam.

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odd coupleIt is the hottest comedy in the United States right now, with 13.6 million people tuning it for its first episode last month, and now The Odd Couple is set to debut on TEN on Monday, March 23, at 7.30pm.

A special double episode will introduce The Odd Couple’s stellar cast, led by Matthew Perry (Friends, 17 Again, The Whole Nine Yards) and Thomas Lennon (Reno 911!, We’re The Millers, I Love You, Man).

Based on Neil Simon’s iconic play, movie and television series, The Odd Couple revolves around Oscar Madison (Matthew Perry) and Felix Unger (Thomas Lennon), two former college buddies who become unlikely flatmates.

Oscar asks newly-separated Felix to move in and it does not take long for the friends to realise their lifestyles, attitude to life and standards of cleanliness are worlds apart. Despite how exasperated Felix is with Oscar – and vice versa – these mismatched friends eventually realise they can help and learn from each other.

Here are today’s overnight ratings for the 5th of March 2015:

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