The Handmaid's Tale continues, there's a documentary about the RHA Annual Exhibition, while it's finale time for The Family Brain Games and Piers Morgan Life Stories . . .
Pick of the Day
The Handmaid's Tale, 10.25pm, RTÉ 2
There was a bit of a fork-dropping moment for June and Serena at the end of last week's episode, which should make for telling consequences as the third season of this dystopian drama continues.
As the two come to terms with the revelation that Luke is caring for baby Nichole in Canada, Serena asks June to phone her husband in order to arrange a meeting between the Waterfords and Nichole.
Luke agrees to a meeting in Toronto on the condition that only Serena attends. Of course she goes!
New or Returning Shows
Exhibitionists: Road to the RHA, 10.15pm, RTÉ One
The RHA Annual Exhibition is one of the most important dates on Ireland's cultural calendar and an opportunity for all artists - professionals and amateurs alike - to have their work showcased.
Here's an hour-long documentary following seven artists who are hoping to have work selected from the competitive open call.
For the first time ever, cameras have been allowed behind-the-scenes at the 196-year-old Royal Hibernian Academy, including access to the judging process for the exhibition which is fondly known as 'The Annual’.
The seven artists have been chosen from all over the country and each has their own story to tell.
The Sheriffs are Coming, 8.00pm, BBC One
A look at the work of high court enforcement officers, also known as sheriffs, as they strive to retrieve cash for members of the public that are owed money.
Not exactly the kind of job most folk would aspire to - but it makes for a fascinating TV show.
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Answer for Heaven, Netflix
In this Thai dramedy, a righteous fallen angel must work and live with a rating-obsessed journalist to investigate crimes in a highly competitive office environment.
Piers Morgan Life Stories, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One
The hugely annoying former Daily Mirror editor - who's reinvented himself as something of a breakfast TV bore - ends his latest run of interviews with the equally annoying Alan Sugar.
One of the highlights of this discussion occurs when the dynamic duo argue over a BAFTA award won by BBC show The Apprentice. Here you go:
Who Should Get to Stay in the UK? 9.00pm, BBC Two
One of the people on tonight's final episode is 32-year-old Sylvia from Uganda, who has arrived in the UK for the first time to marry 58-year-old Marc Scrimaglia.
The couple met seven years ago on an online football forum, their relationship blossomed online and they decided to meet face to face after three years.
After Marc popped the question in Uganda, Sylvia has arrived on a fiancee visa but is under pressure to get married and secure a second visa before her current one expires to be able to remain in the UK.
Immigration advisor Jules Motcho tries to smooth their path.
The Family Brain Games, 8.00pm, BBC Two
Over the past two weeks, Dara O Briain has hosted eight brighter-than-average families who were pushed to their limits as they faced the ultimate test of cross-generational brain power.
Tonight is the grand final of the tournament and the three sharpest families are attempting the final super-charged challenges with ultimate levels of difficulty.
They will play two cognitive challenges, followed by a further round of the fiendishly difficult Interrogation game.
Then it's goodbye to one family, leaving the remaining two families in direct competition for the final as they go head-to-head in The Ultimate Brain Game.