There's a documentary about the recent rugby rape trial, Gordon Ramsay's got 24 hours to save a restaurant, while US sitcoms Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Young Sheldon shut up shop...
Pick of the day
Acquitted: the Rugby Rape Trial, 10.15pm, RTÉ One
A look back at the nine-week trial and subsequent unanimous acquittals of Ireland and Ulster rugby players, Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding, along with Blane McIlroy and Rory Harrison, at Belfast Crown Court.
The programme also looks at the social media reaction during and after the trial and the fallout for the men involved, and features contributions from former Ireland rugby international Neil Francis, solicitor Paul Dougan (who represented Stuart Olding) journalist and barrister Brenda Power, Sinead O’Carroll from TheJournal.ie and author Susan McKay.
New or Returning Shows
Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back, 10.00pm, Channel 4
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay travels across the United States in search of restaurants that are in dire need of renovation.
After analysing their situation, he has just 24 hours to bring them back from the brink of disaster.
In the first episode, he goes to the lakeside community of Congers, New York, in an attempt to save Bella Gianna's, a family-run Italian restaurant.
Prison, 9.00pm, Channel 4
For the first time in more than five years, cameras have been allowed behind bars to make a documentary series in an English prison.
Filmed over seven months, Prison tells the human story on both sides of the door, from the perspectives of staff and prisoners, and reveals the issues that they all face.
George Clarke's Old House, New Home, 8.00pm, Channel 4
Britain has some of the most beautiful historic houses in the world. But there's a problem - the way houses were built years ago just doesn't really work today.
In this returning series, architect George Clarke once again gets under the bricks and mortar of homes with history to unlock their potential. In the first episode, he meets teachers Simon and Sofie, who own a classic 1930s' semi-detached house in south Liverpool.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 9.00pm, E4
In the last episode of the current run, the precinct squad rush to save Peralta and Santiago's wedding day from a major threat, while Captain Holt receives an email revealing whether or not he has succeeded in his bid to become Police Commissioner.
Young Sheldon, 8.00pm, E4
As the US comedy spin-off prequel to The Big Bang Theory concludes its first season, this final double bill begins with Sheldon busy obsessing over the status of Meemaw's budding relationship with his mentor Dr John Sturgis.
Later, Meemaw is pursued by two gentlemen callers and she decides to date them both at once - so naturally Sheldon interferes and forces her to set some ground rules.
The Week That Wasn’t, 10.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV
Alistair McGowan and his impressionist friends put their cheeky spin on the week’s news. Nothing and no one is off limits as they put words into the mouths of more famous faces in the last episode of the first season.
Detroiters, 11.00pm, Comedy Central
It's not exactly the smartest sitcom I've ever seen, but there's a certain charm about this buddy comedy as the two leads – who also created and write the show – are BFFs in real life, and it shows.
It's also a show about their home town (take a guess from the title), but what's really enjoyable is the chemistry between Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson as struggling ad men Sam Duvet and Tim Cramblin.
As season two kicks-off, the lads' Cramblin Duvet company hits a hot streak. Meanwhile, Sam and Tim help their secretary Sheila find a lawyer after she gets done for a DUI.