It's the season two finale of The Handmaid's Tale, there's a new drama on BBC One called Keeping Faith, and there's the last-ever episode of US sitcom Kevin Can Wait . . .
Pick of the day
The Handmaid's Tale, 9.30pm, RTÉ 2
Not that the show's opening run was a barrel of laughs, but the second season of this dystopian tale has been a bit of a torture-fest.
Still, the amazing Elisabeth Moss has kept up her impressive standards as the unfortunate June/Offfred goes through the mill while pregnant. Now that the baby's been born, life is still as grim for her.
Whether season two finishes off on a relative high note is highly unlikely. Hope seems pretty useless in Gilead.
New or Returning Shows
Keeping Faith, 9.00pm, BBC One
This eight-part series has already been a hit in Welsh, as well an English version that aired on BBC Wales and appeared (and became a massive hit) on the BBC iPlayer. Now, it's getting a full-blown release on BBC One.
Starring former Torchwood cast member Eve Myles, she plays Faith Howells, a lawyer who is currently on extended maternity leave from her job in a close-knit Welsh community.
Everything turns upside down when her husband and business partner Evan vanishes without a trace and she begins to unearth dark truths about him.
Eat Well for Less? 8.00pm, BBC One
Greg Wallace and Chris Bavin are back to find more healthy and delicious ways to help families save cash.
First up, they travel to Blackpool to meet the Atkinson family, Michelle and John, and their three children. There's a huge amount of takeaway consumed here.
Celebrity Sextortion, 10.00pm, Channel 4
This pretty extraordinary film follows former ITV breakfast host Dan Lobb on a mission to find out the truth behind his own sex tape video being released - without his consent or knowledge - online.
His investigation takes him into an unknown world of online sextortion and celebrity sex-tape collectors, and finally brings him face to face with the people responsible for leaking the sex tape online.
News Crack, 11.05pm, Channel 4
A spanking new topical comedy from writers/producers Mother's Best Child (Guy Davidson and Dan Clarke).
In a world where nothing is shocking this is the news gone wrong with bells on, where footage is mashed and the reports are satirical sketches featuring a raft of new comic voices - including Emma Sidi, Jon Pointing, Beth Rylance, Sophie Duker and Mark Silcox.
Supershoppers, 8.00pm, Channel 4
Anna Richardson and Sabrina Grant share more inside info and tips to help people shop smarter and save money.
In the final episode of the series they investigate what's really in supermarket pasta, the difference between value and premium ranges, and why pastas made with the same single ingredient can be up to eight times the price.
Kevin Can Wait, 7.30pm, E4
Here's the last-ever episode of this so-so US sitcom that went belly-up once it killed-off the main character's wife and turned it from a family sitcom about a retired cop into a work-related one.
When Kevin's friend Jimmy drops by and talks him into reuniting with their old band in the hope of hitting the big time, Vanessa realises that a chance encounter with them in the past changed the course of her life.
This is Us, 11.25pm, RTÉ One
Another hour of empathy overload as season two of this hugely enjoyable multi-generational family drama about an ordinary American family facing life's foibles continues.
This week, Kate and Toby go to Las Vegas for their bachelor/bachelorette parties. Meanwhile, in the backstory element, Jack and Rebecca celebrate their anniversary.