The US version of Camping begins on Sky Atlantic, while it's goodbye to American History's Biggest Fibs, A League of Their Own and Would I Lie to You?

Pick of the Day

Camping, 10.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

Girls creator Lena Dunham executive produces this HBO adaptation of Julia Davis’ gloriously bleak 2016 sitcom, starring Jennifer Garner, David Tennant and Juliette Lewis.

Garner plays the hyper organised and aggressively controlling Kathryn, who immaculately plans a back-to-nature camping trip for the 45th birthday of her adoring but weak-willed husband Walt (Tennant).

Tensions between Kathryn and her estranged best friend Nina-Joy, the unexpected addition of a surly teen, and friend Miguel bringing his mid-life crisis with him in the form of new girlfriend Jandice (Lewis) threaten to make it a trip to remember for all the wrong reasons.

Binge-watchers take note: all episodes are available to view at Sky Box Sets.

New or Returning Shows

Romesh: Talking to Comedians, 11.35pm, BBC Two

Slim pickings in terms of new stuff tonight - here's the first in a series of six shorts where Romesh Ranganathan talks to other comedians.

To get things under way, he and Sally Phillips discuss being parents to special children, inappropriate unicorn costume days, drenching school teachers and the time Sally's husband left her for a yogi.

Ending Tonight

Would I Lie to You? 8.00pm, BBC One

Rob Brydon, Lee Mack and David Mitchell return for an episode packed with some of the best bits from the recent run. Over the course of the show, celebrity guests reveal amazing stories about themselves. But are they telling the truth, or are they making it all up?

Among the guests are Jo Brand, Emma Bunton, Dion Dublin, Rhod Gilbert, Ronan Keating and Debbie McGee.

Here's a bit of Ronan:

American History's Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley, 9.00pm BBC Four

In the third and final film in the series, Lucy Worsley reveals the historic myths and deceptions told following the United States’ emergence as a superpower after the Second World War.

The 1950s and early 1960s in America are often recalled as a golden era of abundance, harmony and the American dream made real. This film reveals that to be a carefully constructed illusion.

In truth, the era of America’s supremacy was a time of government deception, racial conflict and fears of nuclear annihilation.

A League of Their Own: European Road Trip, 9.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

The teams arrive in Italy for the final leg of the raucous European Road Trip, with last week’s guest teammates Geri Horner and Josh Widdicombe returning for moral support.

First up, Jamie Redknapp and Freddie Flintoff take on a pasta making challenge with Italian chef Gennaro Contaldo. After that, the winner is decided by a penalty shoot-out in Milan's San Siro stadium in front of 80,000 fans.

Don't Miss

Better Things, 11.15pm, BBC Two

This is proving to be a really fun show and a great platform for Pamela Adlon. It's up to season three in the US so there's plenty to look forward to as well.

This week, her character Sam is briefly up for a leading sitcom role, but never knows about it because her agent doesn't want her to be hurt if it doesn't pan out.

Later, a fire alarm brings chaos and several large firemen to the house, and Sam and Frankie attend a feminist event.

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