Tonight's picks include the re-boot of Magnum PI, a documentary about the late Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, and a goodbye to Ray Donovan . . .

Pick of the Day

Magnum PI, 9.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

Here's yet another remake as Jay Hernandez stars as the charming paradise-based private eye in what promises to be a fast-paced reboot of the 1980s' show that made a star of Tom Sellick.

Thomas Magnum is an American hero and ex-Navy SEAL who’s back from Afghanistan and about to channel his military skills into private investigation on Hawaii.

He lives in a guest cottage on novelist Robin Masters’ fancy estate where he works as a security constituent to supplement his PI business.

Look out for crossovers with fellow re-boot Hawaii 5-0.

The trailer certainly does a fine job selling the show:

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New or Returning Shows

Just Another Immigrant, 10.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

This could be a fun watch as they probably scripted most of the scenes.

British stand-up comedian and actor Romesh Ranganathan uproots his family and heads to LA in a bid to make it in America.

Taking his wife, kids, Sri Lankan mother and eccentric uncle with him, this ‘mostly true comedy’ follows them as they throw themselves into their new lives in Tinseltown.

In the first episode, Romesh arrives in America and immediately gets to work touting tickets for his planned gig at the 6,000-seat Greek Theatre . But it’s not easy when he has no profile or connections.

And his surname is Ranganathan.

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Revolution in Ruins: the Hugo Chavez Story, 9.00pm, BBC Two

When Hugo Chávez stormed to power in Venezuela in 1998 he promised to transform the lives of the poor.

Chávez set about spending Venezuela’s vast oil wealth, but 20 years on, 90% of families in Venezuela say they do not have enough to eat - and the United Nations predicts over five million people will have fled the country by the end of 2019.

Told by many of those who knew him, this is the story of incredible short-term achievements in health and education, but also of the tragic legacy of his idealism, populism and ruthless pursuit of absolute power.

Ending Tonight

Ray Donovan, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

The Donovans’ war in New York reaches its climax, as Ray settles his final scores and the family cleans up the wreckage they’ve left behind.

As Ray revisits the past with his father - a career-redefining role for Jon Voight - prospective son-in-law Smitty gets a crash course in what it means to be a part of the family.

It's been a strange sixth season for this show, not least because of the move to New York and the almost dream-like (okay, nightmarish) sequence of events that has brought Ray and co to this moment.

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Don't Miss

An Balla, 9.30pm, TG4

Presenter Síle Nic Chonaonaigh’s journey to some of the world’s most iconic walls continues with a visit to one of Europe's most vibrant cities: Berlin.

The fall of the Berlin Wall was one of the 20th century’s most momentous moments. It signalled the end of the Cold War and was a symbolic act of people power. It also led to East Berlin becoming a super cool place.

30 years after the fall of the wall Síle hears powerful stories from people who risked their lives to escape the Communist regime, as well as journalists who endured surveillance and censorship, and people imprisoned for wanting freedom and democracy.

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