Australia’s Next Top Model LIVE Finale, FOX8, 7.35pm AEDT
This season’s journey has been amazing as one hundred girls have been reduced to the final three. Now the winner of the show is revealed at the Sydney Opera House. LIVE BLOG tonight on Throng.
Packed to the Rafters, Seven, 8.30pm
Final for 2011. It’s not the actual season 4 final, but it is the last Rafters to air in 2011. I can say it will be a cliff hanger in the sense that you will want to know what happens in the next episode. Risky Business: Ben initiates a night on the town with the boys, and everyone is impressed by the up-market nightclub he takes them to. After the VIP treatment, Ben reveals that Tom put him in touch with Chris, a nightclub owner who is courting Ben as a potential investor in his next business venture, causing alarm bells to immediately sound for Nathan. At the club, Nathan realises how rusty he is at chatting to women and forces himself to take a chance. Meanwhile, Carbo and Retta reassess their own sex life and promise to always surprise each other. But a return to the club prompts them to take their own risks, which, funnily enough, become a little too public.
Modern Family, Ten, 7.30pm
Finally after a seas of repeats comes a new episode. Dude Ranch: Mitch and Cam plan to announce that they want to adopt another baby but realise that Lily might not want another baby in the house. Meanwhile, Jay and Gloria disagree on how to discipline Manny.
The Office, ELEVEN, 9.30pm
The Seminar: With Andy’s sales at his lowest ever, he holds a small business seminar on site and invites Jim and Dwight to act as his guest speakers.
Survivor: South Pacific, Nine, 9.30pm
Free Agent: A player reveals a potentially game-changing secret, while another castaway threatens to leave the game because of a lack of loyalty.
Hot Docs: Fish! A Japanese Obsession, SBS ONE, 10.00pm
Charles Rangeley Wilson, author and journalist, travels to Japan to explore the Japanese people’s passionate relationship to fish. Of all the island nations on Earth, there is, perhaps, none quite so obsessed by fish as Japan. Whether for food or entertainment, fish are at the very core of Japanese identity.