Four shows you can't miss on TV this week
60 Days In, S1
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20
9.30pm on 613 Crime
DO YOU think you have what it takes to survive in prison?
Could you put yourself into the shoes - and the prison bunk - of a convict? And could you convince the other prisoners you were the real deal, rather than an innocent member of the public taking part in a bold experiment?
That's the premise behind unprecedented docuseries 60 Days In. Seven civilians volunteered to spend two months behind bars in the Clark County Jail in Jefferson, Indiana.
Hidden around-the-clock cameras filmed them as they lived in general population without inmates, officers or the prison staff knowing their secret identities.
Watch first-hand as they attempt to adapt to their new, terrifying surroundings.
Binge on this addictive series and the story so far on Anytime before the latest episode tonight!
The Kettering Incident
MONDAY, July 25
8.30PM ON SHOWCASE
Anna Macy left Kettering when she was just 14, shortly after her best friend disappeared when they were playing in the forest.
When Anna returns 15 years later the town is struggling to survive.
The community is being torn apart by clashes between environmentalists and loggers.
Anna's reappearance causes a stir. As she continues to unfold theories of what happened, the rumours persist that she was responsible or it was an alien abduction.
Then another girl disappears. Anna is drawn to discover what really happened, uncovering secrets buried deep in her mind and the heart of Kettering and its people.
Catch up on the story to date in Foxtel's Anytime streaming service and experience the stunning gothic land and seascapes of Tasmania that are fundamental to the storytelling.
The Recruit, S2
WEDNESDAY, July 20
8.30PM ON FOX8
Out there, playing somewhere in Australia right now, is a weekend warrior the AFL recruiters have either never seen or missed; a man dreaming of an AFL career.
He is 'The Recruit' and he will win arguably the biggest prize ever given away on a TV show - a guaranteed place on an AFL list.
The Recruit is a 10-part reality series that follows a group of recruits who live and play together as a team, while at the same time competing against each other, in order to win this life-changing prize.
Season two returns with one of the all-time masters of AFL, the legendary Mick Malthouse, leading the search for Australia's next sporting hero.
Star Trek pop-up channel
JULY 22-31, CHANNEL 400
Vulcans, Klingons, Tribbles and everything in-between, take note: the massively successful, galaxy-spanning Star Trek franchise is enjoying its 50th anniversary this year, with a new film (Star Trek Beyond, directed by Fast and The Furious veteran Justin Lin) warp-driving into cinemas this week.
Recognised as pop-culture, a sci-fi phenomenon that crosses multiple generations, Star Trek has captivated fans who have watched the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise explore strange new worlds and seek out new life.
To celebrate, Foxtel is showing all 12 Star Trek movies together in a pop-up movie channel which is available in HD to Foxtel Platinum and Foxtel Movies subscribers on channel 400 from Friday July 22 at 7pm to Sunday July 31.
Strap yourself in and get ready to go to warp speed!