What To Watch: ‘Nikita’, ‘Silicon Valley’ & ‘Suburgatory’ – This Week’s Hot Picks – TVWise

TVWise presents our hot picks of must see television for the week ahead.
Stuck on what to watch this week? The final season of Nikita hits Sky Living; Silicon Valley and Veep continue their latest seasons on Sky Atlantic; and the third and final season of ABC comedy Suburgatory debuts on E4. Also of note this week, BBC Two’s Maggie Gyllenhall fronted The Honourable Woman and Amazon UK’s Extant continue their respective runs.
Read on for TVWise’s pick of the six shows to keep on your radar for the week ahead…
Nikita (Sky Living – Monday July 21st, 9pm)
The abbreviated six episode swan song of Nikita hits the UK with an episode which sees the spy team with a journalist to clear her name and prove that she did not assassinate the President of The United States.
Silicon Valley (Sky Atlantic – Wednesday July 23rd, 9pm)
The HBO comedy continues its 8 episode first season with an episode which sees Richard hire his former Hooli colleague Jared after Peter Gregory (the late Christopher Evan Welch) demands a formal business plan before he will invest in Pied Piper.
Veep (Sky Atlantic – Wednesday July 23rd, 9:30pm)
Selina faces her first real hurdle as she gears up for the Presidential election when the POTUS suddenly declares that he is pro-life. The Vice-President is forced to quickly clarify her position, while trying not to alienate any special interest groups.
Suburgatory (E4 – Thursday July 24th, 9pm)
The season premiere sees George and Tessa reunited when George’s plans to move in with Dallas fizzle and Tessa’s mum bails on her once again. Reunited, the duo find themselves more at odds with bucolic Chatswin than ever before.
The Honourable Woman (BBC Two – Thursday July 24th, 9pm)
This week’s outing of the Hugo Blick penned drama is set 8 years previously and explores what happened to Nessa on the fateful trip to Gaza. The episode also follows a younger Hayden-Hoyle making his way to the top of the spy business, courtesy of an affair with current MI6 chief Dame Julia Walsh.
Extant (Amazon Prime Instant Video UK – Thursday July 24th)
Molly has to decide if she is going to reveal her pregnancy to John after he confronts her about her distant behavior. Meanwhile, John and Molly face parents who are suspicious of Ethan when he goes to school for the first time.