From Stetsons & Stilettos to Sky Atlantic's Crashing, to a new Channel 4 partner-swapping show called The Seven Year Switch, there's plenty of new telly on offer tonight.
Pick of the Day
Stetsons & Stilettos, 7.00pm, RTÉ One
Sneer if you will, but this here show says more about Ireland than the number of flat whites or slices of avocado toast we consume.
Returning for a third season, there’s love in the country air as thousands of young singles descend on a festival dedicated to country music and romance.
With bad wifi out in the sticks, the best way to meet a partner is face to face on the dance floor, but as some hopefuls find out, if you can’t dance you might have trouble finding a stetsoned soul mate.
But with an actual wedding taking place on the main stage, and a proposal in the audience, there’s more to this festival than a quick shift.
New or Returning Shows
The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up to Cancer, 8.00pm, Channel 4
The Great British Bake Off returns with five special Stand Up to Cancer episodes. In each, Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding are joined by four different celebrities aiming to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith with their baking skills.
First up are comedian Harry Hill, Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp, actor and writer Roisin Conaty, and broadcaster Bill Turnbull.
Seven Year Switch, 9.15pm, Channel 4
I've long been convinced that telly types make up the title first and then create a show around it. Here's a voyeuristic case in point.
In a life-changing, high-stakes experiment, four brave couples take the radical step to try to save their failing relationships by switching partners. They live as husband and wife with the new partner to see if time spent with another can help redeem their long-term relationship.
In the first episode, the four couples fly to a luxury villa in Thailand to meet their new partner for the first time.
The Work Presents, 11.10pm, RTÉ One
John Kelly's back for a new run of his arts series where he talks to people about their work and the creative process.
First up this time around, Kelly talks to author Roddy Doyle, the former Dublin teacher who came to prominence with his Barrytown trilogy.
Inside the Klu Klux Klan, 11.25pm, RTÉ 2
A journey into the dark, racist heart of America's most notorious supremacist group, with access to a modern day Missouri chapter: The Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
Crashing, 10.45pm, Sky Atlantic
The first season of this US comedy starring Pete Holmes as a struggling standup – yeah, just what the world needs, right? - was really refreshing and great fun.
As the show returns for a second run, a chance encounter with American magician Penn Jillette rocks Pete's world and leads to a wild night.