It's a hard day's week for all on new reality show Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week, there are documentaries about Michel Barnier and climate change, while The Good Fight continues and Pose ends . . .
Pick of the Day
Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week, 9.30pm, RTÉ 2
The Army Ranger Wing (ARW) of the Irish Defence Forces is, apparently, one of the toughest, best-trained units of its type in the world. This lot could survive a zombie apocalypse and still make it back in time for Home And Away.
They are on standby 24/7, either to deploy overseas or to react to any serious domestic criminal or terrorist threat, and their skills are benchmarked against other elite Special Forces units across the world including the SAS and the Navy Seals.
In this new series, 24 recruits (18 men and six women) are bussed to a remote military base deep in the Wicklow Mountains, to take part in a gruelling selection course designed by former members of the ARW.
For eight days the recruits will have no contact with the outside world, as they face into an experience like no other.
Some people will do anything to get on telly, eh?
New or Returning Shows
The Clock is Ticking, 10.15pm, RTÉ One
A camera crew followed Michel Barnier, the EU chief Brexit negotiator, from the outset of negotiations including his visits to Derry and the Irish border area as he seeks to understand the Northern Ireland Good Friday Agreement in the discussions.
Here's the result.
Climate Change: the Facts, 9.00pm, BBC One
David Attenborough presents and narrates a new landmark documentary looking at the science of climate change and the potential solutions to this global threat, combining footage that reveals the already devastating impact on our planet, with interviews from some of the world’s leading climate scientists.
The film will deliver an unflinching exploration of what dangerous levels of climate change could mean for human populations, what is likely to happen if global warming exceeds 1.5 degrees and if major reductions in CO2 emissions are not made in the next decade.
The documentary looks too at potential solutions, exploring the innovations, technology and actions the world's governments and industries are taking to prevent further warming - and showcasing individuals who are creating change at grassroots levels.
Mná Spóirt: Croí is Anam, 9.30pm, TG4
Aoife Ní Chasaide traces the progress made by women in sport, beginning with the values at the heart of team sports.
In this opening episode she meets gaelic football and camogie dual star Rena Buckley and finds out about the 20x20 campaign to increase the visibility of women's sports.
Berlin Station, 10.05pm, More4
The enjoyably undemanding espionage drama revolving around the lives of the men and women working at the CIA station in modern-day Berlin returns for a second season.
Under the direction of new Chief of Staff BB Yates, Daniel Miller, Robert Kirsch, Valerie Edwards and the rest of the Berlin Station team embark on an unsanctioned operation to uncover a possible terrorist attack.
Celebrity Globetrotters, 8.30pm, RTÉ One
In this final episode, David Gillick leads the group to Morocco’s best-preserved Roman ruins at Volubilis, before visiting Moulay Idriss, the country’s most important religious city.
The tour ends in Chefchaouen, the 'blue city', for a cooking class in a local home and a photography challenge. How will technophobe Senator David Norris cope?
Pose, 9.00pm, BBC Two
The opening season of this drama about the Ball culture in 1980s' New York has been a lot of colourful and uplifting fun and a second season has been confirmed.
In this season finale, the story flashes back to the very beginning of Bianca's and Elektra's troubled relationship, as Elektra prepares to have surgery. Meanwhile, things start to go very wrong for Stan.
Pose is followed by the final episode of Strike a Pose! – the show that delves into the music featured in the series.
Other Voices, 11.30pm, RTÉ 2
It's yet another final episode of the late-night musical show. This time around, Dermot Kennedy, Sigrid, Dowry and Inhaler perform at the Electric Picnic.
Here's Dermot Kennedy:
The Good Fight, 9.15pm, More4
The third season of the superb US legal drama – the finest show on TV in my opinion - continues.
Lucca's involvement in a viral 'mothering while black' video sparks conversations at Reddick, Boseman and Lockhart that unearth racial bias and pay disparity at the firm.
Meanwhile, Liz joins Diane at a resistance group meeting but their next act - to help swing votes in key states - hits close to home when the organisation decides it needs a celebrity influencer. Blum's actions result in some serious consequences at the firm for Maia.