Sarah Jessica Parker is back on the box in new Sharon Horgan show Divorce while Lucky Kennedy shacks up with Al Porter in Living with Lucy

Pick of the day

Divorce, 10.10pm, Sky Atlantic

Irish writer and actor Sharon Horgan is very much TV comedy's woman of the moment. Following on from the cult favourite and award-winning Channel 4 sitcom Catastrophe, she's now taking on the other side of the Atlantic.

This new HBO comedy-drama that's co-written by Horgan sees former sex and the city star Sarah Jessica Parker as Frances, a middle-aged woman whose unhappiness with her life drives her to seek a divorce from husband Robert, played by Thomas Haden Church.

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Movie Choice of the day

Cast Away, 10.00pm, Sky Cinema Greats

Tom Hanks is great – well, I guess you've never read that description before about his performance in a film - as a Fed-Ex guy who has the misfortune to crash on a desert island.

After a promising start where he uses the contents of the various packages to keep himself going, things start to get a bit surreal as time goes by and desert island dislocation kicks in and he starts talking to a volleyball.

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Soap Choice of the day

Fair City, 8.00pm, RTÉ One

Niamh is eager to fleece Paul but she finds it difficult to trust Dermot. That is, until she learns his secret. Meanwhile, with his sentencing looming, a stressed Eoghan begins to suspect Debbie  is seeing someone.

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Best On Demand/TV Catchup

Freaks and Geeks, Netflix

Another plug for a great show: James Franco, Sth Rogan, Jason Segel and Linda Cardellini all gained early success in their careers in this Judd Apatow-produced teen comedy-drama that only lasted one season back at the turn of the Millennium.

Set in 1980, teens Lindsay Weir (Cardellini) and her younger brother Sam (John Francis Daley) attend William McKinley High School in Chippewa, Michigan. Lindsay's friends constitute the 'freaks' while Sam's are the 'geeks'.

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First Dates Ireland/Abroad, E4 11pm

Also if missed First Dates Ireland when it aired earlier this year or want to relive your favourite moments from the series (or just gaze longingly at Maître' D Matteo) then you're in luck as the show makes it's debut in the UK tonight over on E4.

Broadcast under the title First Dates Abroad the series kicks off with Frederica terrorising Donegal man Lee, the lovely Simon and Tynan go on a lookalike date and this heartbreaking moment as Daryl kicked Amy into the friend-zone.

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Today's Guilty Pleasure

Living with Lucy, 9.30pm, TV3

This week's show should be an absolute hoot as Lucy Kennedy heads out to the massive west Dublin suburb of Tallaght – not far from TV3 HQ in Ballymount, in fairness – to hook up with Al Porter and family.

As well as seeing the award-winning comic bounce around in his jocks during her time at their house, Lucy will also go backstage as Al prepares for a gig at Dublin's Vicar Street.