What's on the small screen this week
HOUSE Rules 'villain' Rob and his wife Rose are in for a shock when they get to see their renovated Perth home for the first time tonight. How will they feel about yellow walls, a bright orange fridge and bold bathroom tiles?
And can Matt LeBlanc and Chris Evans give Top Gear fans what they want?
Sunday May 29: House Rules, 7pm on Channel 7
Disliked Navy man Rob and his wife Rose will come home to their family's renovated Perth house. Preview footage certainly makes it look like they're not completely happy with the result.
Why you should watch: Rose and Rob's unusual house rules will ensure plenty of bright colours and more unusual designs from the teams this week and their sons' pirate and Navy themed bedrooms will inspire some adorable reactions.
Monday May 30: Top Gear, 8.30pm on BBC Knowledge
The new Top Gear debuts with a fresh group of presenters after the controversial departure of original hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond.
Why you should watch: It will be interesting to see how Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc (yes from Friends fame) and their group of six presenters put their own spin on this much-loved motoring show.
Tuesday May 31: MasterChef, 7.30pm on Channel 10
The three best performers in the invention test are joined by the winner of the mystery box challenge in a battle for the chance to cook for not one, but two immunity pins.
Why you should watch: The contestants are asked to make savoury and sweet jaffles - jaffles! Is your mouth watering yet? Their creations are sure to inspire viewers to get the jaffle maker out of the cupboard for a toasty snack.
Wednesday June 1: State of Origin game one, 7.30pm on Channel 9/WIN
This is set to be one of the best Origin contests in years with experts tipping the two teams to be quite evenly matched.
Why you should watch: It's the most entertaining rugby league, outside of perhaps the grand final, of the year and should keep even casual fans entertained. Get some friends and family together, rug up in your maroon or blue jersey and make a night of it.
Thursday June 02: Cleverman, 9.30pm on ABC1
A primarily indigenous cast leads this Australian and New Zealand co-production, also premiering on Sundance TV in the US, set in a dystopian Australian city where a new subspecies of "hairies" have been discovered.
Why you should watch: Aunty's groundbreaking new sci-fi drama is one of the most exciting shows of the year and features TV's first Aboriginal superhero. Cleverman is well-written, well-acted and strikes a chord with our current border protection issues.
Friday June 03: The Graham Norton Show, 8.30pm on Channel 10
British talk show host Graham Norton is joined by Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling, who are promoting their new movie The Nice Guys, and Money Monster director Jodie Foster.
Why you should watch: Crowe and Gosling have surprisingly good chemistry in their new buddy cop comedy and should make for a great interview based on the counselling session clips they made to promote the movie.
Saturday June 04: RocKwiz Salutes the Legends, 8.35pm SBS1
Music quiz show RocKwiz is back with a new series celebrating the music and iconic artists of specific geographic regions. This week Julia Zemiro and the gang celebrate the music of Ireland with tall tales, sing-alongs and even some river dancing.
Why you should watch: This week promises some great performances including Montaigne singing I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, Dan Kelly and cousins Memphis and Maddy Kelly reinterpreting Nothing Compares 2 U, and a group cover of Irish Heartbead by Van Morrison and The Chieftains.