AFP, Nine, 8.00pm
Nine are getting a week up on the post Easter return of the ratings survey, launching two of their new high profile shows on the one night. AFP gives us an unprecedented look into the goings on of the Australian Federal Police.
Sea Patrol: Damage Control, Nine, 8.30pm
Back for it’s fifth and final season. In this episode, a suicide bomb attack in a nightclub has a shocking impact on the crew of HMAS Hammersley.
Survivor: Redemption Island, GO!, 8.30pm
After being off for a week, Survivor Redemption Island returns to the later timeslot of 8.30pm.
Nikita, GO!, 9.30pm.
Based on the movies The Assassin and La Femme Nikita, this action packed series finally returns to GO after being off for nearly five months. Double episode.
William & Kate: A Royal Love Story, ABC1, 8.34pm.
With the imminent wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, this documentary is an account of the love story between William and the girl who is to become his Queen.
Will & Kate, Seven , 7.30pm
In a week filled with Royal specials, this is one that stands out for all the wrong reasons. As it was made months ago, accounts of the planning for the wedding are now out of date. Seven would have been better off doing their own news special with all the latest information. Still, seeing the extent to which those involved with putting on the wedding – the chefs, the cake maker, the dress maker, etc will be interesting to many.
Movie: The Queen, Seven, 8.30pm.
It you haven’t seen this movie about how the Queen and the palace handle the death of Princess Diana, then this is a must see. You can also see the actual wedding between Charles and Di on Pay TV’s Bio channel. It airs a number of times over the course of this week.
AFL on a Tuesday? Seven, 2.00pm.
On the fifth day of a rare 5 day weekend there is an AFL game on during the day. Seven will be airing the match between Hawthorn and Geelong to all markets from 2pm. This week, there is also a game on Thursday night which will air on Ten. That means, this week, there will have been at least one AFL game played every day except for Wednesday.