It's hello to Wimbledon and farewell to One of Us; Power returns to Netflix and there's a three-part documentary about the UK's NHS as it hits 70 . . .
Pick of the Day
One of Us, 10.40pm, RTÉ One
It's the fourth and final episode of this Tarantino-esque drama about a murder in an isolated area of Scotland, starring Juliet Stevenson, Laura Fraser and Joe Dempsie.
With Rob in jail, Claire is still desperately hunting for answers. Could Adam and Grace's wedding video hold the key to the mystery? When she makes a shocking discovery, the truth is more terrible than she could ever have imagined.
New or Returning Shows
Wimbledon, 1.45pm, BBC One
Coverage of this year's tennis fest began at 11.00am on BBC Two, but the big game of the day is on the Beeb's main channel, as defending men's singles champion Roger Federer returns to Southwest London.
As usual, Sue Barker anchors the live coverage, while Clare Balding presents highlights of the opening day's action, beginning at 8.30pm on BBC Two.
The NHS: A People's History, 9.00pm, BBC Four
This is a three-part series presented by Alex Brooker, which tells the story of the UK's National Health Service through the voices of the people whose lives it has affected, from its birth in 1948 to the present day.
Episode one covers the first quarter century and unveils unique artefacts, from the graduation certificate of a doctor who qualified on the NHS's first day and was thrown straight into surgery, to one of the remaining roadworthy Invacars, a specialist vehicle adapted for disabled drivers.
New to Download
The crime-drama starring Omari Hardwick as night club owner and drug dealer James St Patrick returns for a fifth season, with new episodes released every Monday.
According to the show's creator Courtney A Kemp, no-one is safe in this new season. He told Deadline: "Look, no-one's been safe on our show for quite some time, but obviously, the main characters have had longer lives.
"We are reaching the end of this journey, so the main characters are less safe than they have ever been before."
Elementary, 9.00pm, Sky Living & NOW TV
If you're looking for an alternative to the World Cup, you could do a lot worse than this modern, in-Manhattan take on Sherlock Holmes, starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu as Holmes and Watson.
This week, Sherlock's journey to recovery hits a major setback. As his sobriety waivers, those closest to him become concerned when his commitment to catching a serial killer grows into an obsession - especially as the latest victim is someone close to his inner circle.
World Cup Watch
Brazil v Mexico (KO 3.00pm) and Belgium v Japan (KO 7.00pm)
It's the third pair of Round of 16 games - and here's hoping they're more like Saturday's ties than yesterday's pair.
First up, Peter Collins hosts as perennial contenders Brazil will have to up it a gear or two if they're to overcome a very impressive Mexico, while later on Darragh Maloney presents as Belgium are odds-on to get the better of Japan.