Silicon Valley's back for a final season, there's a reality show about fat and obese people called Who Are You Calling Fat? – and Darren Starr-created dramedy Younger crosses the Atlantic . . .

Pick of the Day

Silicon Valley, 10.10pm, Sky Atlantic

One of the best comedies of recent years returns for a sixth and final season.

They've had to endure multiple legal battles, industrial espionage, countless funding debacles, numerous botched launches, pivot after pivot after pivot and several messy panic attacks, but the Pied Piper crew are finally on the pig's back.

Now a major player in the industry, reluctant tech messiah Richard (Thomas Middleditch) is now a legitimate noisemaker in Silicon Valley, having separated himself from his rivals with a commitment to a decentralised internet where user data will not be mined.

Meanwhile, faithful COO Jared (Zach Woods) finds himself feeling out of place at the new Pied Piper and misses his former role as Richard’s go-to guy.

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New or Returning Shows

Who Are You Calling Fat? 9.00pm, BBC Two

Is this televisual clickbait or a legitimate social experiment?

Nine people who live with obesity - or who choose to call themselves fat - move in together to share their experiences and explore what it means to be larger-bodied in the UK today.

For nine days they’ll confront each other with their own truth about being big. What, if anything, should they do about their weight? Should they love their bodies and embrace their size, or should they strive to 'get healthy’ and lose weight?

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Inside Lehman Brothers – Storyville, 10.00pm, BBC Four

Messy mortgages taken out a decade ago by Lehman Brothers caused a real estate crisis in America which led to a global financial crisis.

Ten years later, French journalist Jennifer Deschamps looks back on the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers.

A Royal Tour of the 20th Century, 9.00pm, More4

The British royal family has been at the centre of some of the 20th century's most iconic moments - two world wars, the end of empires, coronations, weddings, glittering tours, fashion and scandals.

Across four episodes, this documentary follows official tours and state visits, discovers stories from far-flung places, glimpses into the lives of those born of royal blood, and explores the history of the symbolic locations on the royal touring map.

This first episode captures the celebration and optimism of a post-World War II world.

Queen Elizabeth on her wedding day

Younger, 9.00pm, Comedy Central

Created by Darren Starr, Younger is a dramedy that stars Sutton Foster, Hilary Duff, Debi Mazar, Miriam Shor and has been running since 2015 in the USA.

It follows Liza (Foster), a 40-year old woman who pretends to be 26 in order to get a job in the highly competitive world of publishing – and succeeds.

Now working under the prickly Diana (Shor), Liza has to figure out how to balance her real life with bestie Maggie (Mazar), and her 'pretend' life with new friend and coworker Kelsey (Duff).

And then there's sexy tattoo artist Josh, played by Nico Tortorella.

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New to Download

A 3 Minute Hug, Netflix

This documentary captures the joy and heartbreak of families separated by the US-Mexico border sharing a short but bittersweet reunion in 2018.

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Little Miss Sumo, Netflix

Banned from competing professionally, sumo wrestling champion Hiyori confronts obstacles inside and outside the ring in an attempt to change the rules of Japan's national sport and fight gender inequality.

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Don't Miss

Motherland, 11.15pm, BBC Two

This second season of the sitcom about the lives of (largely) middle-class mothers in London has been a real hoot so far.

This week, Kevin reluctantly hosts a last-minute Halloween party, Julia takes the kids trick or treating in an attempt to meet a celebrity who has just moved into the neighbourhood, and Anne struggles to keep the children safe.

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