It's the last-ever episode of acclaimed cult US drama The Leftovers, while a new period comedy called Quacks lands on BBC Two
Pick of the day
The Leftovers, 10.10pm, Sky Atlantic
It's been quite a journey, but after three pretty mesmerising seasons, this US drama about coping with loss and grief is finally coming to an end. How will fans manage without it?
It's the seventh anniversary of the Sudden Departure, when 2% of the world's population inexplicably disappeared. People feared the end of the world, great floods and all manner of awfulness. Here we go!
Hopefully they won't do a Lost on and instead give viewers a fitting finale to what's been a remarkable series. This third season has certainly been both spectacular and unpredictable, especially in terms of the relationship between Kevin (Justin Theroux) and Nora (Carrie Coon).
I'm giving nothing away, but the finale did get universal rave reviews when it was first broadcast in the USA.
Quacks, 10.00pm, BBC Two
This brand new medical comedy is set in Victorian London and features four pioneering friends and rivals fighting to make a mark on the world.
In tonight's opener, Robert (Rory Kinnear) is a domineering, showman surgeon who’s almost as brilliant as he thinks he is. He can pack out an operating theatre and take off a leg in 92 seconds.
But after botching an amputation, Robert comes under scrutiny from the Royal Physican, Dr Hendrick (Rupert Everett). So John (Tom Basden) - a drug-addled dentist who’s trying to create the world’s first anaesthetic - convinces Robert to use potentially lethal ether in a prestigious and pioneering operation.
Sounds like a comic version of The Knick.
Also starting tonight:
Midsomer Murders, 8.00pm, be3
When wealthy landowner Gregory Lancaster's body goes missing on the night of his death, a sinister web of secrets and lies is exposed in the village on
Delhi Cops, 11.05pm, Channel 4
This is the first of a two-parter that goes behind the scenes with the overworked police in India's most dangerous city.
The Big Family Cooking Show, 8.00pm, BBC Two
A brand new 12-part competitive food show presented by Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain, it celebrates favourite family recipes being made in British kitchens.
Bikes! Ulster Grand Prix, 10.40pm, BBC One
Stephen Watson hosts the second of two highlights programmes from the world's fastest motorcycle road race, the Ulster Grand Prix at Dundrod.
Chicago Fire, 9.00pm, Sky Living
This show has been a solid performer since its debut five seasons ago with its mix of action, characterisation and a great sense of camaraderie. It's like Star Trek with fire engines instead of space ships.
This week's episode sees Dawson get into a lot of bother when she accidentally hits a pedestrian with her ambulance. The man's son promptly gets a lawyer and demands a hefty six million dollars from her and the department.
The pedestrian clearly stepped out in front of the ambulance but Dawson has to show that she's not at fault, which is easier said than done.