My Kitchen Rules, 7.30pm, Seven
Tonights episode is the best of the series so far – see the cocky Vic contestants get a taste of their own medicine – Is laugh out loud TV.
Then the Wind Changed, 8.32pm, ABC1
Screening on the 3rd anniversary of the Black Saturday bushfires, this is an intimate portrait of one small Australian community’s difficult but inspiring recovery from devastating bush fires.
Cutting Edge – Egypt’s Revolution: The End of a Dictator, 9.30pm, SBS ONE
The 18-day Egyptian revolution was started by its youth but drew in all layers of Egypt’s fractured society, across age, class and religious divide. As the fear barrier was broken, destinies were transformed by the tumultuous events. This film offers an examination of the demise of the Mubarak regime through the eyes of people whose lives were, until now, defined by it.
The Biggest Loser Australia, 7pm, TEN
The trainers discover a useful tool that will help them monitor their team while they’re not around. This week’s challenge drags the contestants out of their comfort zone and into the spotlight
White Collar, 8.30pm, W
Mozzie escapes death and Neal uses his contacts to help Peter find Mozzie’s shooter: Julian Larssen. Peter and Neal set a trap for Larssen but he manages to make it look like Peter planted evidence.