The Good Karma Hospital arrives on RTÉ One, while Jack Whitehall and Rosie Perez form an odd couple on Sky One's Bounty Hunters
Pick of the Day
The Good Karma Hospital, 10.40pm, RTÉ One
Amanda Redman, Amrita Acharia, James Floyd, and Neil Morrissey head the cast in this ITV medical drama set in a coastal town in tropical South India.
Junior doctor Ruby Walker (played by Game of Thrones' Amrita Acharia) arrives in India looking for a job and a distraction from her heartbreak.
She anticipates the sunshine, the palm trees and picture-perfect beaches, the sacred cows and even the Delhi-belly. What she doesn’t expect are the realities of work, life and even love at an under-resourced and over-worked cottage hospital.
Run by the gloriously eccentric English doctor Lydia Fonseca (Amanda Redman), the Good Karma Hospital is the beating heart of the local community.
New or Returning Shows
Bounty Hunters, 10.00pm, Sky One
Jack Whitehall and Rosie Perez form an unlikely partnership in this new dramedy that shows some promise.
When his antiques dealer dad winds up in hospital following a mysterious accident, book-smart Barnaby Walker (Whitehall) takes it upon himself to save the family’s cash-strapped business.
Unfortunately, a dodgy deal masterminded by his dad (Robert Lindsay) leaves Barnaby down £50k and lumbered with a looted treasure.
To his aid comes Nina Morales (Perez), a tough New Yorker on the run from a Mexican cartel who Barnaby’s sister (Charity Wakefield) met while travelling.
Marvel's Inhumans, 9.00pm, Sky One
Sibling rivalry is at the heart of this, the latest Marvel drama from the comic book giant's frankly overwhelming assault on TV and film. By most accounts, it's no great shakes.
There's a huge rivalry between Black Bolt (Anson Mount), the enigmatic leader of all Inhumans, and his brother Maximus (Iwan Rheon).
Things come to a head when Maximus stages a coup that splinters the Royals and strands them in Hawaii. Unsure who they can trust on Earth, the family must find a way to reunite and return home before their way of life is destroyed.
Man Down, 10.00pm, Channel 4
The critically-acclaimed sitcom written by and starring comic and actor Greg Davies returns for a fourth season.
Walking disaster-area and child-trapped-in-a-man's-body Dan (Davies) is blinkered by unrealistic hopes for his impending fatherhood.
On an increasingly desperate hunt to find a new home for his soon-to-be family, can Dan finally grow up to become the man he hopes he can be?
Suits, 11.20pm, RTÉ2
Can't believe this fluffy legal drama has lasted so long – though it does have a lot of style to go with its lack of depth. It is pure escapism and that's probably what keeps it going.
As season six begins, Mike begins his transition from legal to prison life while Harvey, Jessica, Louis, Donna and Rachel deal with the fallout of Mike’s plea deal and try to prevent what’s left of PSL from collapsing.
Don't Tell the Bride, 9.00pm, E4
In the first episode of a new run, groom-to-be Adam prepares to give his fiancée Bianca the wedding of her dreams. Or his interpretation of her dreams, really.
The pregnant bride-to-be would like an elegant, classic day to remember, but Adam intends to let fate take a hand in the planning of the big day.
First Dates Abroad, 10.00pm, E4
The dating show returns to Ireland with the second season of RTÉ2's version of the dating and dining show. So if you missed it first time around . . .
In the first episode, country music fan Rachael meets carpenter Conor; idealist Antonio unleashes his best moves on medical scientist Sinead; and media student Lauren shares a table with Paddy, who's new to the dating game.
Mr Robot, 11.25pm, TG4
It took a while to get here, but the second season of this dark, hi-tech, and delightfully subversive thriller is proving even better than the first, which was pretty damn good.
This week, Price is pressurised by Whiterose to stay on schedule and monitor the FBI.
Meanwhile, Elliot agrees to help Ray, but secretly uses the computer to make contact with Darlene.