The Big Bang Theory, Nine, 7.30pm
Amongst a sea of repeats finally comes a new episode, the first of the hits show’s fifth season. The Skank Reflex Analysis. Penny worries that she’s screwed things up permanently with her friends after her night with Raj, while Sheldon takes command of the paintball team.
Swift & Shift Couriers, SBS ONE, 8.30pm
Welcome to Swift & Shift. It’s wedding mania with Mario and his pregnant fiancee, Melissa, away in Las Vegas tying the knot, and Oliver has quit the depot to marry Fernando the Florist. Back at the depot, panic sets in as Keith’s twelve months deadline to improve the depot is almost up. Meanwhile, Amanda’s Indian depot is saving so much money that they are extending the overseas workers contracts.
Norway Massacre: The Killers Mind. Seven, 10.00pm
On July 22, 2011, 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik carried out two terrorist attacks on the innocent civilians of Norway in an attempt to express his right-wing political views. It resulted in the worst rampage killing in global history. An explosion in a government killed eight people and critically wounded several others. Then, only two hours later, Breivik went on a vicious shooting spree at a summer camp, killing a total of 69 people. With never-before-seen images, this program explores the warning signs, the aftermath, and whether or not anything could have been done to stop him.
Heroes, Seven, Midnight.
Final. Claire and Noah are buried deep beneath the earth, and must face the possibility that Noah will die.
The Buried Secret of M. Knight Shyamalan, ONE, 12.30am
M. Night Shyamalan’s films are known for deliberately defying expectations and keeping audiences guessing. This mockumentary takes a behind the scenes look at the making of The Village.