TV Guide 15.04.19 |

Monday 15th April

Game of Thrones, 9pm, Sky Atlantic

We can’t believe it’s the final season of our favourite fantasy drama. As usual, plotlines are being kept very much under wraps, but there are certain questions that need answering: when will Jon Snow discover that his new lover – Daenerys, mother of dragons – is his aunt? Will all the warring houses join forces to fight the Night King and his army of the undead? And who will end up on the Iron Throne?

Ghosts, 9:30pm, BBC1

Alison – still recovering from her near-fatal accident – finds herself hounded by the ghostly gaggle, who now realise that she can both see and hear them. With Mike assuring her these visions are exactly the sort of side effect her doctors warned her about, Alison tries to ignore their existence – a tactic which only exacerbates the problem, as the long-dead army captain puts the ghosts onto a war footing.

The Widow, 9pm, ITV

Judith arranges for Georgia (Kate Beckinsale) to get a lift with a group of medical aid workers, but the volatility of the region threatens to derail their journey. Meanwhile Pieter forces Adidja to take on a terrifying exercise, and Ariel must confront the horrors of his past.

Tuesday 16th April

Trust Me, 9pm, BBC1

Jamie McCain is recovering from a spinal injury that has left him paralysed. He faces a new enemy when patients on his hospital ward start dying unexpectedly around him. Jamie believes the deaths are suspicious, but, unable to move, investigation is dangerous and difficult. With everyone in the department hiding a secret, catching a culprit seems like an impossible task. But with Jamie’s behaviour becoming increasingly erratic, is the threat real or imagined?

The Case Against Adnan Syed, 9pm, Sky Atlantic

This fourth episode explores the 1999 disappearance and murder of 18-year-old high school student Hae Min Lee, and the subsequent conviction of her ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed – a case brought to global attention by the hugely popular Serial podcast. In production since 2015, the series closely re-examines the events leading up to Hae Min Lee’s disappearance to the aftermath of her disappearance, the original police investigation and the present day, when Syed awaits a new trial.

Wednesday 17th April

Chimerica, 9pm, Channel 4

This powerful four-part drama series focuses on an American photojournalist accused of doctoring one of his award-winning photographs. In this first episode, photojournalist Lee Berger's (American Hustle, A Most Violent Year and Face/Off’s Alessandro Nivola) coverage of the conflict in Syria makes the front page, but crisis hits his career when a journalist exposes to the world that the image has been digitally manipulated. A gripping exploration of fake news.

Thursday 18th April

Someone Great, Netflix

Aspiring music journalist Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) has just landed her dream job at an iconic magazine and is about to move to San Francisco. Rather than do long distance, her boyfriend of nine years (Lakeith Stanfield) decides to call it quits. To nurse her broken heart, Jenny gathers up her two best friends Erin (DeWanda Wise) and Blair (Brittany Snow) for one outrageous last adventure in New York City.

Pose, 9pm, BBC2

Something is troubling Pray Tell and his friends are determined to find out. Patty comes face to face with Angel and Blanca is chatted up by a persistent admirer.

Saturday 20th April

Riviera, 9pm, Sky Atlantic

Julia Stiles is the young widow of a multimillionaire (Anthony LaPaglia), who dies when his yacht explodes off the coast of Monaco. The police think it was an accident, but Georgina knows something’s amiss. As series two kicks off, she continues to learn disquieting things about her dead husband and Poppy Delevingne and Juliet Stevenson join the cast.

Sunday 21st April

Line of Duty, 9pm, BBC1

Tensions rise in the OCG following the robbery – and the killing of a ‘bent copper’ – at Eastfield Depot. With troubling questions hanging over the identity of supposed crime boss ‘H’, suspicions mount at AC-12.

Victoria, 9pm, ITV

An attempt is made on the queen's life, and she discovers the would-be assassin was motivated by the political unrest dividing Ireland. Determined to resolve the situation, she arranges a royal visit despite Albert's objections. During the trip, Victoria meets Palmerston's wife and learns more about their unconventional marriage.

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