Sarah Jessica Parker's back in Sharon Horgan's Divorce, new show How to Get Fit Fast is self-explanatory, while Home of the Year returns for a fourth run.

Pick of the Day

Divorce, 10.10pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV
Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church return for the second season of Sharon Horgan’s delightfully hellish dramedy about the seemingly endless unravelling of a marriage.
Returning with the unceremonious signing of their divorce papers, posh suburbanite exes Frances and Robert begin their new, single lives and deal with the aftermath of their drawn-out separation.
The now insomniac Frances throws herself back into her gallery full-time, and cash-strapped Robert moves ahead with his house-flipping venture.
Meanwhile, both try dating and juggle their obligations to their children and mutual friends.

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New or Returning Shows

How to Get Fit Fast, 8.00pm, Channel 4
In this brand new show, Anna Richardson and Amar Latif separate fact from fiction when it comes to exercise, helping viewers find out the exercise that's right for them.
Offering shortcuts and hacks based on up-to-date scientific research, it means viewers achieve the maximum benefit as quickly as possible. In this episode, Amar tries out a muddy endurance obstacle course to get to the bottom of their huge surge in popularity.
Pizza, anyone?

The FGM Detectives, 10.00pm, Channel 4
This documentary examines the problem of female genital mutilation, or FGM, which involves the partial or total removal of external female genitalia.
It's estimated that some 137,000 women and girls are affected by FGM in England and Wales, and in any given year it's thought that 20,000 girls in the UK are at risk. Reporter Cathy Newman investigates.

The Flash, 8.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV
Scarlet Speedster Barry Allen’s in the dock as the DC Comics superhero show returns after its winter hiatus.
He’s up for the murder of Clifford 'The Thinker' Devoe after Devoe pulled a body swap stunt and framed him for his death. With the fastest man alive set to face life behind bars, things aren’t looking good for Team Flash and lawyer Cecile.

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Ending Tonight

Sea Cities, 7.00pm, BBC Two
The final instalment of Sea Cities tells the story of hip Brighton’s lively seaside life.
Running one of Britain’s busiest beaches is a full time job for Seafront Manager Chris Ingall. The team start their 8km patrol at 6am each morning, making sure the beach is ready to open to the public every day of the year.

New to Download

Derren Brown: The Push, Netflix
Always entertaining, Mentalist Derren Brown engineers an audacious social experiment demonstrating how manipulation can lead an ordinary person to commit an appalling act.

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Marlon Wayans: Woke-ish, Netflix
In the latest of Netflix's long-running series of comedy specials, Marlon Wayans gets raw on racism, age-appropriate rap rhymes, gay rights, raising kids and even the Kardashians.

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Don't Miss

Home of the Year, 8.30pm, RTÉ One
Over eight weeks, 21 homes will compete for the title, with three very different properties visited each week by judges Deirdre Whelan, Hugh Wallace and Patrick Bradley (below).
For starters, teacher Bernadette lives in a striking house in Derry with her husband Padraig and their four sons, and it won Ulster Home of the Year 2017.
Samantha Mackey, a director of the family equestrian company, lives in a renovated period house in Wicklow, while Sara Thompson is an interior designer based in Belfast and lives in a period home with her husband, Scott, and their three children.
Let the envy games begin . . .