Holly Hunter and Tim Robbins star in new drama Here and Now, there's a documentary about Harvey Weinstein, and Flatpack Empire comes to an end.
Pick of the Day
Here and Now, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic
Oscar winners Holly Hunter and Tim Robbins star in a drama about the complicated forces at work in America today, from the perspective of an apparently progressive and modern family.
From Alan Ball, the creator of Six Feet Under and True Blood, it tells the story of Greg and Audrey Bayer-Boatwright, (Robbins and Hunter), a Portland-based couple who have built a family they consider to reflect the multicultural potential of the US.
Adopting three children from Liberia, Vietnam, and Colombia, as well as having one biological child, they appear to be the model family for progressive America.
But the family harbours deep rifts and divisive secrets, and as Greg’s 60th birthday party approaches, the cracks begin to show.
New or Returning Shows
Mum, 11.15pm, BBC Two
Lesley Manville returns in this subtle comedy as Cathy, a woman moving on following the death of her husband. It's Cathy's 60th birthday and the family are going for lunch.
Plastic Surgery Capital of the World, 11.10pm, BBC One
As a baby, Annie Price was badly burnt in a caravan fire. She had life-saving operations on her face, but growing up she was encouraged to get on with life rather than focusing on further plastic surgery.
Now, aged 31 and about to get married, Annie is travelling to South Korea, where cosmetic surgery is so common people have double eyelid surgery and are back at work the next day.
Flatpack Empire, 9.00pm, BBC Two
Episode three follows Mia Lundström as she takes on IKEA’s biggest challenge in a generation: pushing into India with an aggressive expansion plan.
Also, designer Andreas Fredriksson try to get his new ‘indoor-outdoor’ sofa through the machine of IKEA, and the staff of IKEA Wembley undertake one of the biggest store refurbishments in the company’s history.
Joe Wicks: the Body Coach, 8.00pm, Channel 4
Pub landlords and husband and wife Jim and Helen want to call time on their unhealthy lifestyle of long hours, free drinks and late-night takeaways.
Jake from Oldham lives on a diet of fast food but wants to get fit again, while Elise from Bradford has lost all her body confidence. Joe helps her to restart her recipe repertoire with tasty healthy meals that she and her sons can enjoy.
Working for Weinstein, 1.00pm, Channel 4
Under criminal investigation in Britain and the US, Harvey Weinstein's fall from grace has been swift since allegations of sexual abuse and harassment emerged against him last October.
This programme hears testimony from those who have worked with him over the course of 30 years, and investigates how he kept his accusers quiet for decades.