What's on the small screen this week
AFTER a delay, Seven's new talent show Little Big Shots premieres tonight.
The family entertainment series doesn't have eliminations or a big grand prize. It's simply about showcasing talented kids.
Season three of drug drama Narcos also debuts this week on Netflix.
Meanwhile, Hamish and Andy have saved their most shocking story for last in the finale of True Story and Nina faces a big decision in the season finale of Offspring.
Here are this week's highlights of the small screen and why you should tune in:
Sunday August 27: Little Big Shots, Seven, 7pm
SHANE Jacobson hosts this new talent show created by US talk show queen Ellen DeGeneres. Kids aged three to 13 showcase their varied talents on stage and join Shane on the couch for a chat.
Why you should watch: This feel-good family show is all about supporting and encouraging talent, rather than competition or prizemoney. It's a weekly dose of cuteness thanks to kids with big personalities and even more impressive skills.
Monday August 28: Australian Survivor, Ten, 7.30pm
A heart-wrenching decision is made by one tribe as they make a difficult sacrifice to continue their game. Aligned castaways find themselves at each other's throats over who is doing enough work around camp, but is one player acting lazy to divide the tribe?
Why you should watch: In a break from the intense game play, the delivery of sentimental items from home reveals a softer side to the castaways.
Tuesday August 29: True Story with Hamish & Andy, Nine, 8.40pm
When a series of escalating dares get dangerously out of hand, Sam is forced to accept a dare that he (and now Hamish and Andy and you) will never forget.
Why you should watch: According to their producing partner Ryan Shelton, Hamish and Andy have saved the most shocking story for last. Showcasing ripping yarns from around the country, this series is guaranteed to return next year.
Wednesday August 30: Offspring, Ten, 8.30pm
Nina faces a big decision - is she really ready to leave St Francis? Having discovered Geraldine is dating Phil D'Arabont, the Proudman siblings call a crisis summit.
Why you should watch: Fans will be looking for some resolution in the season seven finale. Will Nina and Harry find their happily ever after? And has Billie accidentally found a new man?
Thursday August 31: Inside Kensington Palace, SBS, 8.30pm
Within the closely guarded walls of Kensington Palace, Queen Victoria was raised and Hollywood A-listers partied with Princess Margaret. But in its 325 years, the palace has also witnessed sadness, scandal and tragedy. It's been a sanctuary for some, and a prison to others.
Why you should watch: This fascinating documentary is part of SBS's Royals Week and focuses on an iconic building that has played a significant role in shaping the historical landscape of Britain.
Friday September 1: Narcos, Netflix
Following the take down of Pablo Escobar at the end of season two, the CIA and DEA shift their focus to cracking his competition - the Cali Cartel. Secretive and organized, this is a very formidable drug organisation with nearly everyone on their payroll.
Why you should watch: Star Pedro Pascal returns as DEA agent Javier Pena, now hailed a hero amongst the law enforcement community and politicians. He is joined by a largely new cast portraying the Cali bosses, their staff and those who can't escape the cartel's influence.
Saturday September 2: Gardening Australia, 6pm, ABC
The Gardening Australia team is on the tools all around the country for their annual spring episode.
Why you should watch: Spring is a busy time for gardeners and this yearly special is packed with helpful tips to get your yard looking its best as the mercury begins to rise.