Murder's calling again on The Good Fight, there's a birthday party on Catastrophe, while it's goodbye to The Secret Life of 5 Year Olds . . .

Pick of the Day

The Good Fight, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

It's hard to argue against the widely-held opinion in US TV circles that this Good Wife spin-off starring Christine Baranski and a horde of great acting talent is among the best shows currently running on TV.

A superb second season continues as tensions remain high when the firm learns that another Chicago lawyer has been murdered by a client.

Meanwhile, Liz Lawrence (Private Practice's Audra McDonald, pictured with Christine Baranski) has her first day at Reddick, Boseman and Lockhart and positions herself as a potential ally for Diane.

Also: Maia’s trial takes an unwelcome turn when a surprise witness is called to testify against her - while Lucca and Colin go head-to-head with each other in court.

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New or Returning Shows

Winterwatch, 8.00pm, BBC Two

It's that time of the year again, as Winterwatch gets broadcast live from its new location in what's apparently the wildest part of the UK - the Cairngorms National Park - the new, year-round home for The Watches, who will come back throughout the year to cover the changing seasons in Springwatch and Autumnwatch.

Presenters Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan (below) and Gillian Burke will host the wildlife extravaganza, kicking off the year in the depths of winter in one of the toughest places in Britain for their wild animals.

Ending Tonight

The Secret Life of 5 Year Olds, 8.00pm, Channel 4

In this final episode the five-year-olds enjoy success and come face-to-face with failure, as the scientists explore how these experiences affect young children.

There are tears in the classroom when Vinnie loses a game, but how do the rest of the children react to his behaviour? Then Samuel shares memories of his dad, who has recently passed away, when the class discuss their heroes.

Celebrity Antiques Road Trip, 7.00pm, BBC Two

The eighth season comes to an end as Michelle Ackerley and Russell Grant chum up with Roo Irvine and Phil Serrell (all below) for an antiques jolly on the hottest days of the summer.

Russell's drawn to all things sparkly and at the modern end of the market, while Phil struggles to convince Michelle to buy classic pieces of furniture.

New to Download

Gabriel 'Fluffy' Iglesias: One Show Fits All, Netflix

It's beginning to seem that the only reason stand-up comedians exist is to record special shows for Netflix.

The latest in the line is Californian comic Gabriel 'Fluffy' Iglesias. In this recording of a live show, he discusses his teenage son, encounters with rapper Snoop Dogg and an overzealous fan, and more. Including Chris Rock.

If the trailer's anything to go by, this could be fun:

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Catastrophe, 10.00pm Channel 4

It's the third-last ever episode of the Sharon Horgan/Rob Delaney show and it looks like the secondary characters are talking centre stage. That's a first.

For starters, the still-dry Rob (Delaney) is pretty unenthusiastic about the prospect of celebrating brother-in-law Fergal's (Jonathan Forbes) 40th birthday.

Meanwhile, Sharon (Horgan) comes face-to-face with her mum's 'new man', while Fran (Ashley Jensen) and Chris (Mark Bonnar) drunkenly party with their new partners.

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