There's The Good Wife and This is Us, a documentary about Ireland's relationship with the Catholic Church, Lee and Dean are back, while it's cheerio to First Dates Ireland, Other Voices and BBC drama The Victim . . .

Pick of the Day

The Good Fight, 9.00pm, More4

The third season of this superb sequel to The Good Wife continues as Diane is encouraged to 'do something' after meeting the leader of a female resistance group whose aim is to sink POTUS Donald Trump's approval rating.

Meanwhile, Maia and gust star Michael Sheen's Blum's plan for a plea deal goes awry when Assistant State's Attorney Spencer Zschau takes over the case.

Elsewhere, Lucca receives a surprising new divorce referral, while Marissa helps Julius find a campaign manager to support his run for federal judgeship.

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New or Returning Shows

Lee and Dean, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The critically-acclaimed comedy starring Miles Chapman, Mark O'Sullivan, Camille Ucan and Anna Morris returns for a second run.

After the explosive stag and hen weekend, are Lee (Chapman) and Dean (O'Sullivan) still best mates? In season two the boys, their friends and exes try to rebuild their lives. Expect more rubble, trouble, make ups and break ups.

Rome vs the Republic, 10.15pm, RTÉ 1

Here's a documentary on the relationship between the Irish State and the Vatican, presented by Michael McDowell (below).

It examines the history of Catholic church and state relations in Ireland, from the beginnings of the republican ideal in the 1790s through to contemporary times.

Former President Mary McAleese, Dr Diarmuid Martin and journalists Patsy McGarry and Justine McCarthy and are among the guest speakers, and among the questions explored is whether Ireland’s legacy with Rome is confined to the past or still part of the present.

Naked Beach, 8.00pm, Channel 4

In this new series, a social psychologist and a body image expert devise a radical experiment that could help those who hate their bodies to learn to love them again.

In each episode three 'Guests' with critically low body image jet off to a sunny Greek retreat to live with a group of unclothed, body confident 'Hosts', who have little more than elaborately designed body paint to cover their modesty.

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Speechless, 7.30pm, E4

It's straight into the second season (the first ended last night) of this pretty groundbreaking US sitcom starring Minnie Driver as Maya, the mother of a family and the challenges they face with a teenager who is disabled.

While JJ's at summer camp, Maya decides that the family can no longer use his disability as an excuse to let their own lives fall through the cracks, so they make some dramatic changes.

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New to Download

Black Summer, Netflix

More zombies, anyone? A prequel set in the Z Nation universe, this new series introduces all-new characters from every walk of life.

As what's left of the old world order collapses around them, a group of survivors encounter the best and worst of humanity in the darkest hours of the Zombie Apocalypse.

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Ending Tonight

The Victim, 9.00pm, BBC One

It's the fourth and final chapter of the legal drama miniseries starring Kelly McDonald and John Hannah.

As the jury returns its verdict, Anna (MacDonald) discovers her fate in court. Craig (James Harkness) and Anna are then brought face to face once more, as part of the judicial process, and shocking new revelations come to light.

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Other Voices, 11.30pm, RTÉ 2

It's the final episode of the late-night musical show recorded in the intimate setting of the 200-year-old Church of St James in Dingle, County Kerry.

This week there are performances from Other Voices Ballina, featuring Maverick Sabre, Julien Baker and Mick Flannery.

Here's the great Maverick Sabre:

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First Dates Ireland, 9.30pm, RTÉ 2

It's all over for another year!

In this special bonus episode, here are the most memorable match-ups from 2018's third season, a cornucopia of killer lines and cringe-worthy clangers, loved-up lotharios and beautiful dreamers.

Take a look back at contestants ranging from the equine nurse who stunned her date with tales of artificial insemination to the guy whose adoring mammy applied to First Dates on his behalf.

First Dates Ireland host Mateo Saina

Don't Miss

This is Us, 11.25pm, RTÉ One

In the present, Beth and Zoe visit Carol after she bruises her hip at work as a high-school principal, but they cannot convince her to retire.

But tonight's episode's really about Beth Pearson, Randall's wife. In the past, a young Beth gets accepted into a prestigious ballet academy, and hopes to become a pioneering African-American principal dancer.

Her parents, Abe and Carol Clarke, work longer hours to pay her tuition, but four years later Beth struggles to keep up even though she remains dedicated.

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