Dark mafia drama Gomorrah's back for a third run on Sky Atlantic, Pat Kenny looks at Brexit as he returns to TV3, while the excellent Channel 4 drama Kiri comes to a conclusion.

Pick of the Day

Gomorrah, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Anyone with a Sky TV package knows that one of its great attractions is the Sky Atlantic channel. And that's because it's got shows such as this dark Italian gem.

The show is based on Roberto Saviano's bestselling book Gomorrah and has been hailed as the best mafia series since The Sopranos. It's certainly grittier and more realistic.

It follows the members of various clans of the Camorra mafia of Naples, who this season are reeling following the murder of gang boss Don Pietro Savastano at the end of season two.

With a power vacuum in play, accusations fly as to who was responsible for the murder, and the question remains as to who will step up as the new head of the family. Meanwhile, the death must also be avenged.

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New or Returning Shows

The Pat Kenny Show, 10.00pm, TV3

In tonight's opening episode of the new series, The Pat Kenny Show will be broadcasting from chef Neven Maguire's restaurant in Blacklion on the Cavan/Fermanagh border.

Guests will be looking at the future of rural towns like Blacklion in the face of challenges, including lack of investment and the possible return of a hard border. Joe Brolly and Fr Brian D'Arcy will be among the contributors.

My War on Drugs: True Lives, 9.00pm, TV3

In this extremely emotive and inspiring documentary, Anne Buckley tells her compelling and harrowing story of being addicted to heroin and methadone for seventeen years.

Her journey has taken her from Dublin's Fatima Mansions, through life on the streets, prison, attempted suicide and detox to where she is today - a college student, almost six years clean, rebuilding her life and relationships one step at a time.

The Truth about Getting Fit, 8.00pm, BBC One

Michael Mosley teams up with the scientists who are turning what we know about fitness on its head.

New science is giving us the easiest and most effective ways to get the benefits of exercise.

This programme promises to change the way you think about exercise - and might even make you fitter.

Ending Tonight

Kiri, 9.00pm, Channel 4

The moving drama featuring Sarah Lancashire as Miriam Grayson, a social worker caught up in the murder of a young girl, comes to an end.

Si realises his relationship with Alice has deteriorated and is determined to find out why, while DI Mercer confronts Nate with new evidence.

As the truth about what happened to Kiri starts to unfold, Miriam realises she has to take responsibility for her actions, Alice's devastation gets the better of her, and Tobi has a choice to make about his son Nate.

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Don't Miss

Wonders of the Moon, 9.00pm, BBC One

This documentary uses the latest, most detailed imagery to reveal the monthly life cycle of the moon.

The programme also finds out how the moon shapes life on Earth, as well as exploring its mysterious dark side and discovering how the moon's journey around Earth delivers one of nature's most awe-inspiring events - a total solar eclipse.

And at the end of a remarkable year of lunar activity, viewers find out why so many supermoons have been lighting up the night sky.

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