There’s How to Get Away with Murder on the double, more First Dates Ireland, and Frank Skinner’s back looking at emerging British artists.

Pick of the day

How to Get Away with Murder, 10.00pm, Sky Living

While season three continues on RTÉ2 at 11.25pm, satellite dish-owning fans of this enjoyably bonkers Shonda Rhimes drama who are up to speed will be watching season four on Sky Living.

While Annalise (the remarkable Viola Davis) reconnects with an important client from her past, she continues to struggle to move forward in her personal life.

Good to see former NYPD Blue and West Wing star Jimmy Smits on board as Annalise's court-ordered psychiatrist.

Meanwhile, the Keating 4 find it difficult to move past their tarnished reputations, and in a flash-forward, details of a tragic crime begin to unfold.

New or Returning Shows

What in the World, 11.10pm, RTÉ One

Returning for an 11th season, the global documentary series sees Peadar King heading to São Paulo in Brazil to meet with some of the people most affected by the extreme violence in the city.

According a report by the Brazilian Forum for Public Security there were 58,383 violent deaths in 2015. And young black people aged between 14 and 29 are the most likely victims of that violence.

A 2017 United Nations report concluded from its analysis of Brazil’s death toll that a young black man dies every 23 minutes in Brazil. A black youth is twelve times more likely to be murdered that a white youth.

The young Brazilian Guilherme de Oliveira Mascarenhas features on What in the World

Gone to Pot, 10.00pm, 3e

This will either be hilarious or horrendous. A group of UK celebs head over to the USA to determine the pros and cons of the legislation allowing access to medical marijuana.

In the opener, actress and Loose Women regular Linda Robinson, retired footballer John Fashanu, actor Christopher Biggins, ex EastEnders star Pam St Clement and darts player Bobby George set off on their journey.

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Portrait Artist of the Year, 8.00pm, Sky Arts

Frank Skinner and Joan Bakewell return to host a new series of Sky Arts’ inspiring fine art competition that aims to uncover the UK’s next great portrait artist.

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Transformation Street, 10.00pm, TV3

Christopher Inglefield has specialised in gender reassignment surgery for 25 years and here he takes centre stage on this new documentary series.

This three-parter follows men and women who believe they were born into the wrong body over the course of 12 months as they undergo transgender surgery at London Bridge Plastic Surgery, where Inglefield is the chief surgeon.

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Ending Tonight

Working Class White Men, 10.00pm, Channel 4

In this closing episode, Professor Green explores how the identity crisis that he believes white working class men face affects their families.

He first meets Gav on the day when he's released from prison, and follows his struggle to rebuild his relationship with his son after his latest spell inside.

New to Download

Katt Williams: Great America, Netflix

Underground American comic Katt Williams (me neither) takes the stage in Jacksonville with unflinching riffs on American politics and the raunchy perils of getting old.

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Don't Miss

First Dates Ireland, 9.30pm, RTÉ 2

More singletons sign up for First Dates Ireland in search of love. Or even a decent chat over a bit of grub.

Will ordering oysters prove the perfect aphrodisiac for Denise and Stephen? Harry and Andrew share a love of Harry Potter but who is the fake fan? And will Tara make the right choice between football and hurling when she meets Laois man Eoin.

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