What to Watch: June 28 - July 4

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TV.com's pick of the best TV shows on Aussie screens this week.

That 70's Show
Brace yourself for not a double or treble, but a quadruple bill of That 70's Show, starting right from where it all began. If you've never watched the show before, this is a perfect place to start with this eclectic group of 70's teens. This is where you can witness the birth of Ashton Kutcher (Punk'd) and Mila Kunis' (Family Guy) careers, and catch up on one of the more successful comedies of the early noughties.

Airs: 7:30pm Tuesday on 7TWO

Who Do You Think You Are?
Bold, brash and bouncy he may be, but when Top Gear guru Jeremy Clarkson first clapped eyes on his family tree, he was devastated to discover that most of his ancestors seem to have lived their lives decidedly in the slow lane.

Airs: 10pm Tuesday on Nine

United States of Tara
Toni Collette's wonderful HBO series continues with her struggling to deal with her multiple personality disorder, while managing with the stresses and strains of everyday living. This week's episode sees Tara as she realises her alternate personalities are emerging again, but keeps it a secret. Meanwhile, newly engaged Charmaine asks to move in with Tara and her family.

Airs: 9:30pm Wednesday on ABC

Cougar Town
A double bill of Courtney Cox's successful solo project. In the aftermath of her break-up with Jeff, Jules turns to Bobby for some solace. When a bottle of wine leads to a passionate kiss, will they both agree it was casual and meaningless? Meanwhile, Laurie discovers a common thread between Jules and Grayson.

Airs: 9:30pm Wednesday on Seven

MasterChef Australia
On the Masterclass menu is George's "adults-only"eggs Benedict and Gary's Operatic Gateau. Jan Terr Heerdt teaches some selected contestants how to make the perfect chocolate truffle.

Airs: 7:30pm Friday on TEN

With only seven episodes remaining of the ninth season of this massively successful US crime-comedy, this might not be the moment to try and get involved in the series if you've not watched it up to this point. This week sees Monk being anything but keen to celebrate his 50th birthday, despite Natalie's best efforts to throw him a party

Airs: 6:30pm Saturday on TEN

Dancing with the Stars
The honeymoon is over for our 11 new celebrities, who tonight hit the dance floor to perform the jive or the tango. Who will get kicked off this week?

Airs: 6:30pm Sunday on Seven

Little Dorrit
Nothing quite like a good period drama to calm you down after a hectic weekend in preparation for the week back at work. This week's episode of the television adaptation of Dickens' classic shows John Chivery detecting a rival in Arthur, deciding to make his move and proposes to Amy. Meanwhile, Pancks has finished his investigations and prepares to reveal his incredible discovery to the Dorrits.

Airs: 8:35pm Sunday on ABC1

What will you be watching this week?

Comments (1)
Jun 30, 2010
That 70's show and Monk..

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