TV.com's pick of the best shows on Aussie screens this week.
2011 Grammy Awards
Special. Is there more to this year's awards than Lady Gaga arriving in an egg? We'll have to wait and see, but you can expect performances by the aforementioned headline-maker, as well as Eminem, Christina Aguilera, Katy Perry, Cee Lo Green with Gwyneth Paltrow, The Jim Henson Company Puppets and more.
Airs: 12pm Monday on FOX8, repeated at 8:35pm
Following the big game last week, we finally get to see Glee's "Superbowl" episode two weeks after its US air date. In "The Sue Sylvester Bowl Shuffle, the McKinley High Titans compete in the local football championship and Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) is desperate for the Cheerios to win cheerleading Nationals. Meanwhile, Mr Schuester (Matthew Morrison) and Coach Beiste (Dot Jones) scheme to unite the Glee club and football team, which involves Rachel (Lea Michele), Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) and Mercedes (Amber Riley) joining the McKinley Titans and the Titans becoming members of Glee. Also look out for a cameo by Katie Couric and Sue's attempt to get Brittany (Heather Morris) into a cannon!
Airs: 7:30pm Monday on TEN
Underbelly Files: Infiltration
Premiere. In the second of three Underbelly Files telemovies, Sullivan Stapleton stars as Victorian detective Colin McLaren who poses as a dubious art dealer in order to infiltrate the Austrailan arm of the Calabrian Mafia. The show also features Jessica Napier, Tottie Goldsmith, Henry Nixon and Valentino del Toro.
Airs: 8:30pm Monday on Nine
Airs: 8pm Tuesday on Nine
Packed to the Rafters
Following the series return last week, Dave (Erik Thomson) notices the tension between Nathan (Angus McLaren) and Ben (Hugh Sheridan) following their road trip. Meanwhile, Rachel (Jessica Marais) makes a shocking discovery in Coby's (Ryan Corr) garage while he and Jake (James Stewart) are away on a weekend rugby trip.
Airs: 8:30pm Tuesday on Seven
Selling Houses Australia
Premiere. The hugely popular series returns with an "extreme feature" on a house in Sydney's North Rocks. How do you sell a house with a massive electricity pylon in the front yard?!
Airs: 8:30pm Wednesday on The LifeStyle Channel
In this episode titled "Secret Love", the team question what part religion plays in the fatal stabbing of a young Muslim woman, while Allie (Nadia Townsend) and Rhys (Ryan O'Kane) maintain their relationship despite the disapproval of Detective Superintendent Waverley (Noni Hazlehurst).
Airs: 9:30pm Wednesday on Seven
You Have Been Watching
Premiere. Peter Berner (Einstein Factor, BackBerner) debuts the Australian version of the UK comedy show of the same name. With an ensemble cast of rotating panellists including Chris Taylor and Craig Reucassel from The Chaser, Meshel Laurie, Ian Turpie, Denise Drysdale, Gretel Killeen, Merrick Watts and Mikey Robins, the series promises to do "for television what The Gruen Transfer has done for advertising". Let's hope so!
Airs: 9:30pm Thursday on The Comedy Channel