There's controversial teen drama Euphoria, a new run of World War Weird, and season finales for Blue Bloods, Ackley Bridge and Channel 4's I Am trilogy . . .

Pick of the Day

Euphoria, 10.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

This new look at teen life apparently caused outrage in its native USA when a locker room scene showed no fewer than 30 penises. Hopefully there's more meat to this drama than the odd male appendage.

One thing's for sure, this series, created by Assassination Nation writer/director Sam Levison and executive produced by megastar Drake, is going to generate conversation.

Fresh from starring in this summer’s big superhero hit Spider- Man: Far from Home, Zendaya flips her Disney image to star as 17-year-old Rue Bennett, the show's guide through the social-media-obsessed world she and her classmates inhabit.

Fresh out of rehab and struggling to picture a clean future for herself, her life takes a drastic turn when she meets newcomer Jules Vaughn (Hunter Schafer), a trans girl who feels just as lost as Rue.

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New or Returning Shows

World War Weird, 8.00pm, Yesterday

A third season of this mix of the quirky and chilling tales from World War II. In the chaos of battle, many inexplicable occurrences went unexplored. Until now, of course.

This season three opener features a Nazi anti-gravity device (why can't someone invent a gravity anti-Nazi device?), phantom cities built during WWII, Stalin's cursed tomb, and something described as 'poultry of mass destruction'.

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Ending Tonight

I Am Hannah, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Writer/director Dominic Savage's outstanding-but-tough-viewing, female-led drama anthology series concludes with the story of a woman in her mid-thirties, struggling to satisfy the societal expectations that surround her.

Hannah (Gemma Chan) has reached a crossroads in her life. Single and successful, yet she's hungry for the freedom to make her own choices and is hesitant about becoming tied down.

Searching for meaning, she goes on a series of dates that push her into a deeper sense of insecurity. Ultimately, Hannah is confronted by a crisis of aspiration and identity.

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Ackley Bridge, 8.00pm, Channel 4

It's the end of an era at Ackley Bridge College as the Year 13 pupils look to the future in this season three finale.

Nas struggles under the pressure of her A-Level exams leaving Kaneez and Rashid horrified when she threatens to throw everything she's worked for away.

Mandy and Martin force Sue to help Cory get his life back on track and Sadiq and Alya adjust to having a new member of the family.

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Blue Bloods, 9.00pm, RTÉ 2

Season nine of this New York-based cop and law family drama comes to a close with a double-bill, starting with a story where DNA evidence in a murder case leads Danny and Baez to identical twins with identical alibis.

Later, as Jamie and Eddie's wedding day approaches, Erin interviews a witness whose story leads her to doubt Eddie's honesty, and - not for the first time - Frank squabbles with the top brass.

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Don't Miss

The Chef's Brigade, 9.00pm, BBC Two

After a challenging start in Italy, the crew land in Bergen, the Norwegian city that's become something of a rising star on the hip Scandinavian food scene.

The challenge for the Brigade here is to get to grips with the clean, fresh flavours of the regional produce and try to emulate the precise and beautiful style of well-regarded local chef Christopher Haatuft’s award-winning restaurant.

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The South Bank Show 2019, 10.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

This week's focus is on Heidi Thomas, the writer of the acclaimed adaption of Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford, and the creator and writer of the hugely popular BBC period drama Call the Midwife.

Here, Melvyn Bragg talks to Thomas about her life and career, there's a visit to her hometown of Liverpool, and to round it off there's  a trip to the set of Call The Midwife.

Melvyn Bragg

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