What's on the small screen this week
THIS week sees reality shows The Voice and House Rules move to the next round while a new family arrives in Summer Bay and the Rush Hour films get a small-screen reboot.
Sunday June 5: House Rules, Channel 7 at 7pm
The final, sixth home in the first round of House Rules is finished and unveiled to homeowners Claire and Hagan. Then the final overall leaderboard is revealed and one team is eliminated.
Why you should watch: In the most emotional house reveal yet, parents Claire and Hagan don't hold back in their reaction to their new two-storey house. It also features some of the best designs of the series so far this year.
Monday June 6: The Voice, Channel 9 at 7.30pm
The 32 singers who won or were saved from the battle round must now compete in a super battle. Four singers will each sing their own songs before their coach chooses two to bring through to the live shows.
Why you should watch: Nine's reality singing show is moving at a faster pace now, with the super battles taking up just one episode. Hopefully the best talent rises to the top.
Tuesday June 7: Home and Away, Channel 7 at 7pm
A NEW family is set to make a splash in Summer Bay. Packed to the Rafters' James Stewart and his on-air siblings, Jackson Heywood and Orpheus Pledger join Penny McNamee as the Morgan family.
Why you should watch: If you're a Home and Away fan, then a few fresh face should make for interesting viewing. They've got a big secret which is sure to come out in the coming months.
Wednesday June 8: MasterChef, Channel 10 at 7.30pm
GUEST chef Kylie Kwong will mentor the contestants as they prepare Asian street food dishes in Melbourne's China Town precinct for Chinese New Year.
Why you should watch: Off-site challenges always deliver plenty of drama as the home cooks turn out large batches of food for the public.
Thursday June 9: Rush Hour, Channel 7 at 8.30pm
THIS reboot of the film franchise about wisecracking maverick LAPD Detective Carter (Justin Hires) and stoic, by-the-book Detective Lee (Jon Foo) from Hong Kong who knock heads when they are forced to partner together.
Why you should watch: While this seems like the small-screen adaptation no one was asking for, it manages to evoke the comedic charms of the original Rush Hour film (easily the best in the film series).
Friday June 10: Tony Robinson's Time Walks, ABC1 at 8pm
ADELAIDE may be the City of Churches but it has always been a strange mix of progressive politics and small-town parochialism.
Why you should watch: British actor and amateur historian Tony Robinson always manages to find some interesting facts during his foot travels and the series currently airing on the ABC sees him traverse Australia's cities.
Saturday June 11: Rugby Union Cook Cup, Channel 10 at 7.30pm
FOR the first time in the century-old rivalry between Australia and England, the two rugby nations meet for the first match in a highly-anticipated three-Test series.
Why you should watch: National pride is on the line in this special Test series and Michael Cheika's Wallabies should be in good form after their successful showing at last year's Rugby World Cup.