The new Spider-Man is on the sofa with Graham Norton, while new gangster drama El Chapo has landed on Netflix
Pick of the day
The Graham Norton Show, 10.35pm, BBC One
With almost every London-visiting celeb on tap, Graham Norton rarely has an unimpressive guest list and tonight is no different.
Mark Wahlberg is no stranger to the show, and he's back again to promote the latest Transformers film. New Spider-Man Tom Holland is also in, as are Woody Harrelson Andy Serkis. Alison Moyet is the musical guest.
Here's Wahlberg on a previous appearance:
Movie Choice of the day
The Butcher Boy, 9.30pm, RTÉ2
This 1997 adaptation of Patrick McCabe's 1992 novel of the same name is probably director Neil Jordan's finest achievement.
Set in the early 1960s, The Butcher Boy is about Francie Brady (superbly played by Eamonn Owens), a 12-year-old boy who retreats into a violent fantasy world to escape the reality of his dysfunctional family.
The strong cast includes Stephen Rea, Fiona Shaw, Aisling O'Sullivan, Seán McGinley and Brendan Gleeson, while Sinead O'Connor pops up as a foul-mouthed Virgin Mary.
Soap Choice of the day
EastEnders, 8.00pm, RTÉ One & BBC One
As Keegan's claims continue to have repercussions, Sharon finds Louise upset.
Bex encourages Louise to confide in Sharon, so she finally reveals what's been going on.
Meanwhile, Ted tries to calm Joyce down as she expresses fears about the arrival of the Taylors – who are already getting off to a bad start with their other neighbours too.
Elsewhere, Lauren tells Steven that she wants to spend the day together, but Abi interrupts by revealing that Josh has agreed to come to her party. After seeing Lauren's reaction, Steven's paranoia grows.
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Best On Demand/TV Catchup
El Chapo, Netflix
Fans of Narcos will probably want to check this out, as it covers the similar territory in that it's a drama about a rather nasty gangster, this time Mexico's ultimate drug baron.
Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán began his criminal career in the 1980s, and the story begins in 1985, when he was a low-level member of the Guadalajara cartel.
The series will follow his rise through the lucrative but deadly drug trade, up until his inevitable comeuppance in 2016. Warning: extreme moustaches from the start.
Today's Guilty Pleasure
Gogglesprogs, 8.00pm, Channel 4
Six-year-old Molly and her eight-year-old brother William, Stephanie and her pal Christina, as well as schoolmates Jacob and Connor, are back for more kiddie commentary.
This week, the Gogglesprogs give their honest, inimitable and sometimes hilarious take on the latest fallout from the recent UK general election, reality show Come Dine with Me, and the classic Robin Williams film Mrs Doubtfire.