If your a lover of Documentaries Seven has you covered next week.
First up on Sunday night is an Autopsy into INXS frontman Michael Hutchence
The Last Days Of Michael Hutchence
Michael Hutchence was the Aussie rock star who took the world by storm with band INXS. But his sudden death in 1997 left many speculating whether he took his own life or if it was an accidental death. With the help of Coroner Derrick Hand, Dr Richard Shepherd unravels the events and considers the state of mind that led to the rock god’s tragic demise
9:15 PM Sunday on Seven. Castle has been bumped to 10:15 PM as a result
Ahead of his 30th birthday next week there’s a special on everyone’s favorite royal Prince Harry.
An insight into the life and times of Prince Henry of Wales as he approaches his 30th birthday. Affectionately known as Prince Harry, we begin at his birth and losing his mother at an early age, to his infamous youthful misadventures, to his heroic army career and, finally, to growing up in the shadow of his older brother. The result is a fitting tribute to one of the world’s most admired and recognizable royals.
9:45 Tuesday on Seven Chicago Fire will finish it’s second season at 10:45 PM.
The third special is Raising the Costa Concordia
An exclusive inside story of the race to raise and re-float the stricken Costa Concordia shipwreck after it crashed and capsized on the island of Giglio in Italy. With the use of CGI animation and unique access footage, this special reveals the incredible innovations needed to make 114,000 tons of mangled metal sail again.
8pm Thursday September 18.