Bittersweet looks at the life of young diabetics, Ray Donovan continues his New York adventures, and it's goodbye to Gogglebox Ireland, Finding Joy, Trust and The Bisexual . . .
Pick of the day
Ray Donovan, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV
The change of location from the west to the east coast has yet to convince me that this once great show is redeemable, but at least it's trying something new.
Anyway, whether or not he likes it, Ray is officially working for Samantha Winslow (Susan Sarandon) again. And with her business partner, mayoral candidate Anita, behind in the polls, they have to make a splash at the first mayoral debate.
Meanwhile, three generations of Donovans make their way from California to New York. That has to spell trouble.
New or Returning Shows
Bittersweet, 11.10pm, RTÉ One
Here's a documentary about the personal stories of young people who are living with diabetes and their daily struggle to manage it.
It captures the health system’s fight to treat the rising number of diabetic patients, and warns against this troubling epidemic facing our population.
Trump: in His Own Words, 10.00pm, Virgin Media One
Not one of those stitch-up jobs on The Donald ('I was very well educated. I know great words') but more about him recollecting the stories behind old photos, letters and other cherished keepsakes he's acquired in his lifetime.
Finding Joy, 9.35pm, RTÉ One
In the season one finale of Amy Huberman's comedy it’s all looking bad for Joy as Amelia has headed off to find herself again, her gold Abrakebabra card has been revoked, and the video of her straddling her yoga teacher has gone vira.
She’d briefly had Aidan back, but now he’s gone again, so all Joy wants is to hide. But when a labouring Trish turns up at her door, Joy realizes that there are more important things in life and decides to face the MOJO awards with her head held high.
Gogglebox Ireland, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One
It’s time to say goodbye to the countries most opinionated households for another year as we tune in to the show for one last time.
After weeks of speculation, our households finally find out what really happened to Mary Hogan as psychological thriller Blood draws to a close in a tense finale that shocks the cast.
Meanwhile in Louth, one of the lads finds his spirit animal in the form of David the chimpanzee in Dynasties. The first episode shows the struggles facing alpha male David as he attempts to fight off his younger rivals and defend his crown, a feeling one of the Louth lads resonates with all too easily.
Trust, 9.00pm, BBC Two
It's the final episode of this Donald Sutherland-starring drama about the miserable-but-rich Getty family and what happens when the grandson of Paul Getty (played by Sutherland) gets kidnapped.
Ultimately, the Gettys and the Italians have to deal with the repercussions of the kidnapping, and Chace embarks on a new journey.
The Bisexual, 10.00pm, Channel 4
This comedy drama series where American filmmaker Desiree Akhavan directs herself as Leila, the awakening bi of the title, has been a bit of mixed lot. Very good in patches but . . .
As the show signs off on season one, Sadie (Maxine Peake) makes a revelation that leaves Leila questioning everything. As a result she turns to Gabe (played by Brian Gleeson).
9-1-1, 10.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV
Following the two-episode story about the earthquake that shook Los Angeles, it's back to more low-key disasters for the various first responders.
This could it be the end of an era for Angela Bassett's LAPD patrol sergeant Athena, as she contemplates accepting a promotion that will take her out of the field.
Meanwhile a security guard gets stuck in between two buildings, a man gets trapped in a mall escalator, and Eddie turns to Buck for help when it comes to his son with cerebral palsy.
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